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How to Ask High Impact Questions at Interviews

Concepta Cadogan / June 25, 2019

Interviews are supposed to offer a mutual opportunity for both parties to assess the other for suitability. While traditionally interviews tend to be led by the employer, there is a prime opportunity during the question stage for the interviewee to turn the tables. This is the right time to throw in a high impact question. … Continued

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Are We Finally Over the Obsession With Sector Experience?

Shay Dalton / May 28, 2019

Is Sector Experience Overrated? As little as a few years ago, a typical management profile would entail a leader who spent the majority of his/her career working within the same industry the company is positioned in. At best, they might have come from an adjacent industry (think insurance to banking). There were reasons for this … Continued

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How to Successfully Ask for Time Off (The Ultimate Email Script)

Lincoln Recruitment / May 15, 2019

The holiday season is approaching quickly. For many professionals it is often the case when your send your manager an email requesting to take a few days off for holiday, the following response can seem familiar. Even though many of us are entitled to our holiday allowance, we can get pushback from management, especially when … Continued

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How to write a CV and cover letter that work

Emma Morrissey / May 9, 2019

How to write a CV and cover letter that work It’s an old saying but it’s true nonetheless and even more so in the area of job applications. Many people see writing a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter as something of an administrative chore but successful job seekers know that this is the first … Continued

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Want To Be A Good Retail Manager? Read These Top Tips

Paul McGing / March 25, 2019

The Background on Leadership When you are trying to recruit new employees into a retail company, you will want to evaluate them for their potential to become future managers. Retail organisations must change to become more dynamic, or they will go out of business like many around the world including pop up shops and large … Continued

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The Future of Accountancy and Artificial Intelligence

Matthew Roberts / March 20, 2019

The History In 500 years there have been little or no game changing innovations in accountancy since double entry was invented. Maybe the creation of the electronic calculator in the 1960’s is the last time anyone can point to an advancement that excited and terrified accountants in equal measure. Since then the computer and internet … Continued

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12 Questions to Ask Your Manager in 2019

Lincoln Recruitment / February 14, 2019

“Do you have any questions for me?” No matter what industry you work in or what stage of your career you are at, it is always good to show initiative and identify the expectations your superiors have of you. It shows you are serious about your role, the success of the team and the advancement … Continued

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The 6 Essential Qualities of Great Store Managers

Paul McGing / February 4, 2019

The Essential Qualities of Great Store Managers In Ireland and all over the world, hiring a good store manager is one of the most critical business decisions that face companies across all sectors of industry. Finding the right fit is such a difficult task that according to the Harvard Business Review, companies fail at it … Continued

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Retail Recruiting: Tips for Recruiting Retail Professionals

Paul McGing / February 1, 2019

The Retail Industry has many challenges when it comes to recruiting good employees. Many unqualified people will apply for retail positions simply because the positions are perceived as entry level jobs that are plentiful. However, even entry level positions require technical knowledge and soft skills, and finding the people with this combination can be made … Continued

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Tips for Moving Up to Nurse Manager

Rebecca Pontes / January 29, 2019

Advice for Nurses Moving Up to Nurse Manager Perhaps you’ve reached a point in your nursing career where you want more professional challenge and responsibility. For some, this means becoming a clinical nurse specialist or a nurse practitioner; for others, the move to nurse manager is most appealing. A nurse manager is the head of … Continued

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