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The current pandemic has caused many difficulties for businesses and jobseekers across the UK, with many employers choosing to let staff go as organisations suffer, leaving candidates up and down the country seeking work. Read more: https://t.co/nLFYn3fhPb https://t.co/RcdOBhh99v
Virtual Teachers, Space Junk Recyclers and Drone Managers. It’s safe to say that these aren’t jobs that we see advertised on job board sites today and, most likely, not jobs that many of us have even heard of before. Read more👇 https://t.co/IVGsQ5Feha
Interpersonal skills, empathy and resilience are strongly desired by employers as they look towards business recovery. Riccarda Zezza discusses how these ‘soft’ skills can be developed in every day life. Read more: https://t.co/s5IlYfbzIa #softskills https://t.co/TuVWpXDVLy
A City Mental Health Alliance (CMHA) survey has revealed that 72% of young job seekers think that talking to a prospective employer about a mental health issue would hurt their chances of getting the job. Read more: https://t.co/icwGzZ8un7 https://t.co/izMDJUISuH
Workforce gained potential 94.2 million training hours earlier this year as entire sectors came to standstill. Pandemic has severely impacted 71% of organisations in the UK, but there is strong link between businesses bounce back and training. Read more👇 https://t.co/ieq4evQwns
For middle-market and small businesses, the COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting the vital importance of investing in new technology, facilitating remote work, and maintaining the tech-savvy workforce needed to make it all happen. Read more: https://t.co/MNJoHgIiPa https://t.co/ehzjlZ2DGR
Suck it up. The role of property in supporting organisational performance has changed forever. The obsession with bricks and mortar has to shift to the employee-as-consumer experience. Read more: https://t.co/OtKPwQJNPJ #workexperience https://t.co/RznHWEmunA
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many employees have been made redundant. EasyJet, John Lewis and Harrods are just some of the companies that have made redundancy announcements so far. Read more: https://t.co/DnuzEd2L4j https://t.co/NRViRVlJCT
Clear Review has launched its latest course on the Performance Management Academy - Changing Performance Culture. This course is all about change management and how it's critical for a culture of high performance. Read more👇 https://t.co/nuTueSWL9O
Leaders have a unique opportunity to question how things have been done in the past and create new organisational norms. What does this mean for learning and development, asks David Williams? Read more👇 https://t.co/bbYJWPpuOG
A busy HR manager is reviewing stacks of applications for a position that just opened in the company. HR manager knows host of factors determine employee performance: prior experience, training, skills, personality, IQ, emotional intelligence. Read more: https://t.co/m8tFSEm1yy https://t.co/cPOuAbZjUV