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Job Hopping: Is it a Good Idea?

Lincoln Recruitment / January 23, 2018

Climbing the hierarchy used to be a reward for loyalty. But the days when people worked for decades for the same company are quickly becoming a relic of the past. While you might find a few examples of 20 or 30-year commitments to a company, job hopping, where professionals have started moving from company to company, has … Continued

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Returning Home for Christmas?

Lincoln Recruitment / December 12, 2017

As the countdown to Christmas continues, many people will have loved ones who have emigrated in the past, returning to home shores. Whilst this is a happy experience, the holidays go quickly and December excitement and joy can be replaced to some degree of sorrow when January arrives and many professionals look to return overseas to go … Continued

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7 Ways to Train your Brain to Become a Better Leader

Lincoln Recruitment / December 7, 2017

According to the Workplace Trends’ Global Workforce Leadership survey, almost half of the employers who took part noted that leadership is the hardest skill to find in employees. While this may be hard to believe,  talent alone is not enough to be a great leader, this skill must be developed and you need to have the … Continued

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6 Reasons Why Irish Employees are Choosing Startups over Corporate Roles

Orla Doyle / November 20, 2017

In the modern work place, startups have become increasingly popular for Irish employees, with many, especially skilled talent, being drawn to them. In a recent survey almost 70pc of Irish workers stated that they would like to work in a small to medium-size enterprise (SME) or a startup, with respondents believing that startups and SMEs … Continued

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5 Ways for Dealing with Conflict in the Workplace

Lincoln Recruitment / September 12, 2017

  As an organisational leader, you already know that addressing difficult situations with colleagues and subordinates is part of your job. But when it comes to conflict in the workplace, dealing with duelling employees is never easy. That said there are ways to approach difficult conversations directly and efficiently. Here are 5 ways for dealing with … Continued

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4 Things Your LinkedIn Profile Says About You

Jamie O'Riordan / August 22, 2017

In recent years, LinkedIn has become a vital career-enhancing tool for all career professionals looking to network and seek out new opportunities. In 2016 LinkedIn conducted a hiring survey which conveyed over 75% of people who changed jobs used LinkedIn to inform their career decision. Furthermore, it highlighted that social professional networks are the number … Continued

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5 Steps to Take Before You Accept or Reject a Counter-Offer

Cliona Lyons / August 14, 2017

  Receiving a job offer from another company is both exciting and flattering. In most cases, the process of resigning from your current position and starting a new job is clearly defined. But what happens if you receive a counter offer from your existing employer? Suddenly the waters become murky and your clear-cut path becomes a … Continued

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Recruitment Firm

Lincoln Recruitment / July 17, 2017

Whether you’re part of a large multi-national organisation or a small start-up/SME, getting the right people on board is essential. The key word here is ‘right’, and what’s right for your organisation may not be right for the next. This is proving to be a big challenge in the current competitive climate, with many employers missing … Continued

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Understanding the Power of Introverts in the Workplace

Lincoln Recruitment / June 28, 2017

  It’s easy to get convinced in a job interview that an extrovert candidate is the best fit for the position. But what if their introvert competitor is actually more suitable? Don’t dismiss a candidate because they might not have engaged as actively or discovered a shared hobby in the course of the conversation. Instead, … Continued

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