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24 Sep
2017

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

The Sad State of Trust in Modern Leadership

BY: NICK DAVIS For years now, people have been preaching the importance of trust in leadership and the negative repercussions of ignoring it. Has all this talk actually translated into notable improvements? Are workplaces fostering more trust? Unfortunately, much research into the matter suggests a sad reality: Trust is not flourishing between leaders and those they lead. In one study by Willis Towers Watson, only 45 percent of U.S. employees said their senior leaders create atmospheres of trust and confidence. At Davis Associates, we ran our own online survey

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21 Sep
2017

Emma Lewis

Communications Manager

5 Ways Your Business Can Use Storage

Owning a small business is no doubt a difficult thing to do successfully. On a daily basis, there’s a huge amount of things that need to be seen too, dealt with and organised. Clients, customers, quality of services and products and paying bills are just some of the things a business owner must keep on top off to ensure the success of their business. In keeping up with these necessities, it can be easy for the office to become unorganised, which generally means a drop-off in productivity. Using a storage solution for your business can give you the space to get your office organised and e

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20 Sep
2017

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Understanding On-Target Earnings, and a Simple Way to Calculate Them

BY: RICK CROSSLAND  As an executive recruiter and talent expert, I often get questions from hiring managers about “on-target” or “on-track” earnings, also known as OTE. The OTE metric is used to provide a realistic forecast of what the total compensation of a particular position should be when reasonable performance targets are achieved. For a sales role, it is usually the sum of base salary plus projected likely commissions from sales. For an executive position, it is typically base salary plus a likely bonus, assuming the company hits r

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19 Sep
2017

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

Nailing the Interview Process, Part 1

BY: BOB MCINTOSH Succeeding at the interview begins before you sit in the hot seat. The first step is being mentally prepared. This means overcoming the negative feelings that came with losing your previous job. To lose a job for any reason can be a blow to your self-esteem. Even if you were let go simply because the company had to cut costs, you may feel like you’ve failed. It can be particularly devastating if you’re let go because of performance issues or because you didn’t see eye to eye with your manager. You may feel that you’re incapable of be

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18 Sep
2017

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

The 10 Best Interview Questions to Ask Candidates

BY: RECRUITER TOP 10  Welcome to Top 10, Recruiter.com’s weekly rundown of the best of the best in recruiting! Every Friday, we release a list of some of our favorite people, things, and ideas dominating the industry. From awesome tech tools and cool companies to great books and powerful trends, no stone in the recruiting space will be left unturned. This Week:  Top 10 Interview Questions We’ve done lists of the most overrated interview questions and the best curveball questions, but for this week’s Top 10, we’

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14 Sep
2017

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

How-To-Pitch-a-New-Idea-to-Your-Boss_RECRUITER

BY: MARK ANDERSON   We can all agree on at least one thing: The ultimate goal for any hiring manager is to make a good, quality hire and fill the position as quickly as possible. The ideal hiring process entails opening a position; interviewing 3-5 qualified and interested applicants; ranking those qualified applicants according to factors like experience, cultural fit, attitude, hunger, and potential; and then extending an offer to the best one. Probably not a lot of disagreement so far. It is what precedes this part of the hiring process that lends itself t

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14 Sep
2017

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Dentist

Dentist Frankston

There could be many reasons why one should visit the dentists regularly. A regular visit to dentist Frankston can help you to save your tooth from many problems. A healthy smile always reflects the inner happiness and glorify beauty of one's face.

Category:  Relationships

13 Sep
2017

4 Simple Ways to Keep Customers Coming Back for More

There are too many businesses out there that direct almost all of their attention to attracting new clients. Even though you should always aim at promoting your business to new customers it's also very important that you keep your existing customers coming back for more. In fact, this might be the lifeblood of your business, since your loyal customers won't only buy your products or services, but they'll also tell others about them. That said, we've come up with a list of 4 simple ways that are going to help you encourage your customers to return. Make sure you check it out.

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13 Sep
2017

Omarmackey

Gretsight.net

Corneal Transplant

Dr. Musa an expert Consultant Ophthalmologist. He will explain procedures, risks, costs and more about  Corneal transplant. It is a surgery to replace the cornea by donated corneal tissue. A Corneal transplant can bring back vision, improved your damaged cornea. Book your consultation by calling on 01422 324069.

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13 Sep
2017

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Do These 7 Things If You Want to Become a Leader

BY: SUCCESS MAGAZINE   Article by Susan C. Foster How do you get noticed as an up-and-coming leader, one who is a key member of their team? How do you set yourself apart so that you will be identified for career success ahead of others? With a few consistent actions, you can develop your leadership potential, set yourself apart from the ordinary employee, and be noticed as a future leader ahead of your peers: 1. Be a Team Player According to the Center for Creative Leadership’s “World Leadership Survey,” organizations are

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