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This woman broke stigma around mental health at workplace

This woman broke stigma around mental health at workplace

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Madalyn Parker, an American woman, breaks the stigma by taking a leave to focus on her mental health and got appreciated by the CEO of her company. It’s rather simple to ask for a leave from work when you are physically unwell. But what... Read More

14% of Brits have Lied about Tech Skills on their CV

14% of Brits have Lied about Tech Skills on their CV

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

According to a survey by memory and storage experts Crucial, more than two fifths (43%) of British office workers say that IT issues hinder them from doing their job, finding they are often having to fix their own or other people’s IT issues. The... Read More

The National Living Wage is on the rise!

The National Living Wage is on the rise!

Friday, March 31, 2017

  The National Living Wage is on the rise! The Government’s National Living Wage was introduced on the 1st April 2016 for all working people aged 25 and over. The rate will change every April starting April 2017. Most workers over school... Read More

National Sick Day - February 2017

National Sick Day - February 2017

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Editorial covering National Sick Day, which falls on the first Monday of February each year, featured in the Woking News and Mail. Read More

Finding Candidates

Finding Candidates

Friday, August 26, 2016

When fishing for candidates, content is the best hook… By Darren Clare, CEO of Stratton Craig Despite Brexit, the recruitment sector in the UK is on the rise. In order to stay competitive, agencies must maintain a high candidate conversion rate,... Read More

National Living Wage and Auto Enrolment

National Living Wage and Auto Enrolment

Thursday, August 18, 2016

National Living Wage – 4 months on The National Living wage came into force in April this year and early studies show that businesses have seen their overall wage bill increase though only 6% said it rose to a large extent. A further 16% of firms... Read More