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Success breeds contentment

Eighty percent of UK employees who say they work for high performing organisations are engaged compared to only 20 percent of those working for low performing organisations. And 80 percent of employees who think their organisation is customer-centric are engaged. With comment from Sally Winston, Global Head of Employee Engagement ORC International.

Article by: | Published: 15 July 2016

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Why reporting is key to successful recruitment

A new survey found that 80 percent of recruitment managers said that the ability to report on recruitment campaigns was important to them. However, 68 percent of those surveyed were still managing their reporting using either Excel or another manual method, while 21 percent didn’t report at all.

Article by: | Published: 14 July 2016

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Outsourcing – five tips to attract and retain top talent

Working in what most people label as a Call Centre is rarely seen as the most attractive career choice. However, at Sitel we have worked hard to develop a robust and powerful recruitment model which helps us attract and nurture the right talent for our organisation.

Article by: | Published: 12 July 2016

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Public speaking made easier

Speaking in public - even about the business you love - is a widely held fear. So how do you turn fear into confidence? Frances Cahill of Toastmasters International has twelve easy DIY tips:

Article by: | Published: 12 July 2016

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Scotland: Could it become Greece without the sun?

Scottish independence would entail significant economic risk. Scotland’s budget deficit is currently over three times higher than the UK average as a perspective of GDP. North Sea oil and gas revenue expectations have plunged. Expected revenues of £6.8 to 7.9bn this year have fallen to just £0.5 to 2.8bn.

Article by: | Published: 11 July 2016

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Employees feeling productivity pressure from bosses

With Britain’s productivity levels falling this year in their steepest drop since the 2008 recession, research released by specialist global recruitment company PageGroup has revealed that only 55 percent of surveyed office workers completely understand what productivity actually means.

Article by: | Published: 8 July 2016