Recruitment is a tough industry, with long hours, hard targets and plenty of challenges.
However, a good recruiter can be worth their weight in gold to a business, so what character traits do the best have? 35 more words
Career re-entry challenges are not just a working mother issue. Professional men and women who have been laid off, those who’ve taken a personal leave to provide care for a family member or aging parent, those on medical leave, returning retirees, stay-at-home dads, or those individuals who’ve taken a sabbatical to travel, volunteer or recalibrate – all those wanting to make a comeback professionally are all in a similar boat — that of attempting to stay current and stand out in the marketplace after a significant break. 387 more words
Physical Training Instructors (PTIs) within the military do not receive any qualification pay (otherwise known as Recruitment and Retention Pay (RRP); previously Specialist Pay).
The Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body (AFPRB) provides independent advice to the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Defence on the pay and charges for members of the Naval, Military and Air Forces of the Crown. 167 more words
If you’re a member on the Board of Directors or Advisory Board for a for-profit or non-profit enterprise, you’re likely well aware that finance, strategy, innovation, technology, and growth plans often drive the agenda for Board governance. 461 more words
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79. Determines the appropriate selection tools and develops new tools as required.
79.01 Selection concepts, and assessment techniques (e.g., interviews, tests, and other widely used selection procedures)