Top Tips for Recruiting

1. Create accurate job descriptions and person specifications. Before the recruitment process begins, the employer needs to gather all the information about the job together to form the job description and person specification. This is a good time to review the job...

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Working with Epilepsy

There are more than 40 types of epileptic seizure and one in every 100 people are affected with this long-term health condition. The number of employees with the condition is expected to increase as people work for longer, due to one in four people over the age of 65...

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Mental Health in the Workplace

In March 2017, the Institute of Directors (IOD) launched a mental health in the workplace campaign by publishing a report ‘A little more conversation’. This comes after a new survey showed that 54% of IOD members have been approached by an employee suffering from a...

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Flexible Working for Dads

New research from Working Families and Bright Horizons has warned that 70% of dads would like more flexible working in order to have further involvement in family life. This is so they can complete activities such as dropping and picking their children up from...

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