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101. Reduce Stress with Success: Relaxation Techniques for Couriers
November 20, 2017


Carrying out courier jobs is not for everyone. It takes a particular set of skills to be truly successful in the transportation field, with patience and a fairly calm attitude being a top priority. The stakes are quite high when you are on the job, especially if you are self-employed, and losing your cool behind the wheel will only contribute to your stress. So, just how do you keep in the ‘zen zone’ during rush-hour traffic with a tight schedule to keep? Here is some practical advice, along with a few nifty tricks. Use Your Crystal Ball Plan, strategise and coordinate every step of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

102. Carol Vorderman Opens New £12m Aviation Academy In Norwich
November 19, 2017


If there’s anything that an Aviation Recruiter loves to see, it’s a good supply of well-trained candidates for the sector’s many wide-ranging and challenging jobs. It is in order to provide such training that the International Aviation Academy – Norwich (IAA-N) has been established at Norwich Airport, with no less than TV presenter Carol Vorderman on hand to formally open it. Ms Vorderman, best-known for her former role on long-running TV show Countdown, was present on Saturday 5th August to cut the ribbon in her capacity as Honorary Group Captain of the Air Cadets. She was accompanied b... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

103. Does Your Technology Work Well With Your People Strategy?
November 19, 2017


Does Your Technology Work Well With Your People Strategy? Your ‘people strategy’ is defined as the approach that your company takes to its employees, and in today’s world, you will find it difficult to unlock the full potential of your people strategy without the right technology. Remember that whatever technology you use in your business, it should always serve the needs of your people strategy, rather than be just another bureaucratic layer. An obvious example is the messaging technology that enables your salesperson to still communicate efficiently with their office-based counte... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

104. The Risks You Run When Forgoing A Recruitment Agency
November 13, 2017


The Risks You Run When Forgoing A Recruitment Agency You might be wondering why you should use a recruitment agency when you could instead adopt a more ‘hands-on’ approach by recruiting new personnel directly through a jobs listing site or via headhunting. However, it would be at your own peril that you leave a recruitment agency out of the equation. Here are some of the problems that can easily arise when you choose not to use an agency. Struggling To Stand Out From The Crowd While nothing is stopping your company from just posting its vacancies on widely-used job listin... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

105. Landed Property Interior Design & Renovation Contractor Singapore - A Professional Renovation Contr
November 06, 2017


Before you hire just any service or buy any product, you should always know the type of benefits that you can have from it further. The same goes with the hiring of renovation contractor Singapore. When it comes to the home renovation in Singapore like region, these services can come in very handy. However, choosing the best landed property interior design & renovation contractor Singapore is also important. These days, you can find so many service providers under this segment. But the fact is that not all of them are going to deliver what exactly you are looking for. A professional reno... (read more)

Author: Brian Wilson

106. Is Your HR Strategy Giving Your Technology The Best Chance Of Success?
November 02, 2017


Is Your HR Strategy Giving Your Technology The Best Chance Of Success? Investment in Recruitment Technology like our own Fusion suite here at Webrecruit may well account for a lot of your hiring budget this year, so you will naturally want to do everything possible to extract the maximum value from it. But is your HR strategy enabling you to do this, or might it be having a detrimental effect? Make Sure You Ask The Right Questions Of Your Technology There aren’t too many technologies out there – recruitment-related or otherwise – that will effortlessly slot into your ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

107. Putting an effective complaint and recall management system in place
October 31, 2017


Complaints very strongly show a company how its products or services are perceived where it matters the most -in the customer’s mind. Complaint handling is one of the key indicators of how seriously a business takes its customers’ point of view. Complaints are to be expected from about any product; but their importance is all the more felt in an area like medical devices, because these products can affect the very life of their users. In the context of medical devices; complaints are any communication made in writing, electronically or in verbal form about any of these aspects of a medical d... (read more)

Author: John Robinson

108. What Are Millennials Looking For In A Role With You?
October 30, 2017


What Are Millennials Looking For In A Role With You? If your firm is looking to attract young professionals, you won't necessarily get far by adhering to a Generation X mentality. Millennials are therefore the generation to which you need to be tailoring your recruitment strategy. In the corporate space, they also often have very different priorities to their Baby Boomer and Gen X predecessors; here's what you may need to offer to them. Opportunities For Growth And Skills Development The prospect of simply doing the same old thing year after year can have many Millennial... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

109. Top 3 Questions You Must Ask a Driving School before Enrolling
October 18, 2017


Are you thinking of enrolling into a driving school? Then, you must know that this is one of the best decisions you have taken. Driving is a life skill that makes you independent, confident, smart, and makes your life easier and convenient. So, first, you must pick the right driving school which can provide you with proper training and guidance. There are a number of driving schools in Scarborough, offering you plenty of attractive deals. But don’t get confused. Drivers’ training is essential because it will determine your as well as other people’s safety on the road. And si... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

110. What Could Possibly Go Wrong With That ‘hotshot' Employee?
October 14, 2017


What Could Possibly Go Wrong With That ‘hotshot’ Employee? It’s an experience that you may have had more than once with Recruitment Firms – being presented with a seemingly amazing candidate who has a track record in your sector, and who seems to be able to explain what your business needs for success and what they will do to bring you that success. Sure, they might not come from a cultural environment much like that of your own company, or have worked for a company at your firm’s stage of development. But there might be enough signs that you have a real hotshot on your hands, so... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

111. Why Your Business Shouldn't Be Scared Of Referrals
October 08, 2017


Why Your Business Shouldn’t Be Scared Of Referrals Despite what research has found about candidates that come via referrals often making longer-lasting and better-performing employees, many HR teams still seem hesitant to embrace the full benefits of referrals as a means of unearthing potential new staff. Here are some of the reasons for that – together with reasons for your firm not to fret if you have been thinking twice about launching your own employee referral programme. No, They Aren’t Just Adding To Your Long List Of Candidates If you’ve already got a pretty good ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

112. Military Retirement Gifts Buying Guide
October 02, 2017


Military Retirement Gifts Buying Guide Military retirement gifts have been around for centuries. Even thousands of years ago members of the Roman Army were gifted something special upon retirement. These days, retiring military servicemen and servicewomen can be just about as difficult to buy for as any other person, but this time you are dealing with someone who most probably is very set in their ways and very firmly know their likes and dislikes, especially the things they dislike! That results in a pretty tough challenge when it comes to buying them something fulfilling for their retir... (read more)

Author: Rob Haigh

113. Turning Lorry Drivers Green
September 27, 2017


In any industry, everyone from top management down should endeavour to engage in a regular programme of self-improvement or training in order to be at the top of their game. In the transport industry, particularly for a lorry driver, there are actually certain legislative requirements that need to be undertaken to remain compliant. However, there are other initiatives that, while voluntary, are highly desirable for a lorry driver to take part in. One new government training programme is set on teaching UK hauliers to drive in a more eco-friendly manner by being less aggressive on the roads. He... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

114. Lorry Drivers' Top Bugbears on the Road
September 27, 2017


Due to their presence on the roads, hardworking lorry drivers who travel the length and breadth of the country doing delivery work are often, and quite unfairly, at the receiving end of complaints from other motorists. But there are most definitely two sides to every penny and here, in the interest of fairness (and putting the record straight), we turn the tables and shine a light on the issues that cause headaches for lorry drivers who share the road with "bad" car drivers. Biggest Bugbears The average lorry driver will spend more time behind the wheel than almost any other road use... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

115. Celebrating Lorry Drivers: The Norfolk Hero
September 27, 2017


The HGV drivers that make up the transport industry's massive workforce are known to be a staunch and solid group. These hardworking men and women are an integral cog in the UK's economical wheel, keeping the country moving in more ways than one. In fact, a recent story of heroism on the busy A47 motorway involves a lorry driver who not only showed great presence of mind, but also had the courage and heart to follow through – saving not just one life, but potentially many. Quick Thinking On The A47 Russell Dagless, an experienced lorry driver, was heading along the A47 in his truck w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

116. UK Road Network Upgrades: What to Expect
September 27, 2017


This summer, the Government published a programme of planned upgrades to the UK road network which will cost £6.1 billion. As the Road Haulage Association has said, “the UK’s roads and motorways are a haulier’s workplace”. Projected improvements to the transport infrastructure that is a haulier’s office space are of utmost importance to us. Today, I’m going to take a closer look at the details of this new scheme and what it means for HGV drivers. The mentioned sum of money is going to be used to help create a new MRN, or major road network. In good news for hauliers, one aim of the schem... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

117. Post-Brexit Britain: Delivery Work in Northern Ireland
September 27, 2017


With Brexit making daily headlines, the Irish border problem is recognised as one of particular importance and complexity. With the UK’s exit from the single market and the customs union on the horizon, the impact of a possible return to a ‘hard border’ on the haulage industry is worrying those involved in delivery work. The Current Situation Thanks to the Good Friday Agreement there are no security stops or checks along the 500km borderline between Northern Ireland and Ireland. Goods pass freely along the 250 roads which run through the boundary, making trade easy. In a recent... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

118. A Haulier's Guide to Jobs in Germany
September 27, 2017


Thanks to our freight exchange app, it has become easier and easier for haulage companies to advertise their vehicle capacity. Signing up to a freight exchange to maximise capacity can increase profits all round and is better for the environment as well. However, getting more jobs coming your way means that you’ll occasionally find yourself driving routes you are unused to, coming across new rules and regulations. Here is our handy guide to completing a job in Germany. Getting There: Germany Most freight drivers choose to take the ferry from Dover to Dunkirk, then complete the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

119. 5 Types Of Job Aplicant You May Unjustly Ignore
September 25, 2017


Hiring for almost any position is difficult and time-consuming. The temptation to take shortcuts with the process can therefore be overwhelming, but this can also make it easy to dismiss a job applicant on the basis of just one or two factors. That, in turn, means you could be overlooking some genuinely great candidates. Here are five types of applicant about whom you may ask: “are they necessarily so bad?” 1. The One With The Wild Social Media Profile Yes, those boozy nightclub pictures or that slightly over-the-line sexual talk on their Facebook or Twitter page might not im... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

120. Would you like to create the perfect CV? We have a course for that...
September 22, 2017


We all know that it’s important, and many of us have read those advice articles online about what we need to do to get ours shipshape. Yet, even getting started on writing a CV is quite an intimidating idea for many of us. Why wouldn’t it be? Many of us cringe at the thought of even filling out an online dating profile. We often hate having to promote ourselves, yet somehow, it must be done. We say that because, you see, that’s the whole point of your CV. It’s a marketing document, in which you sell your services to someone else. But does your own CV even do that? Oh, and if it did... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

121. Why A High Street Recruiter Shouldn't Do Aviation Recruitment?
September 21, 2017


Is the above declaration a controversial one? Yep, but bear us out. As a leading Aviation Recruiter here at TARCG, we just don’t think that general, ‘high street’ recruitment agencies should ‘do’ aviation. It just doesn’t work. And here’s exactly why. 1. They Don’t Have Aviation Professionals On Their Payroll Your average high street recruiter simply has no understanding of the requirements of prospective or current aviation professionals or those seeking to recruit them. It’s just too specialised a field for them to have a hope of comparing to a seasoned and specialise... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

122. Reasons To Study Accounting In College and University
September 18, 2017


Reasons To Study Accounting In College and University, Now and Future Due to slow global economic growth, global climate change, deteriorating geo-political relation and bleak future of the EU students pursuing accounting and other related majors are expected to be wary. The concerns are exacerbated by deteriorating job market statistics across the globe. Our writers took time off their busy schedule of providing dissertation help UK to assess the future of accounting and accountancy profession. This will form an interesting read for students enrolling for college and universities who are tor... (read more)

Author: alen owen

123. Hubcap Heaven: Get into the World of Wheel Trims
September 18, 2017


Looking to give your van a fresh look? Are your wheels looking worn after years of abrasion from being on the road completing courier jobs? Fitting out your vehicle with a brand new set of wheel trims can have many benefits: alongside the obvious visual appeal and protection provided, you can use this opportunity to personalise and brand your van – particularly important if you’re self-employed and looking to get your name out there. If you’re heading out on courier jobs with scuffed, broken or even no hubcaps, then read on for my guide on how to change that in a jiffy. Know your Rim Diam... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

124. Keeping an Eye on Drivers' Optic Health
September 18, 2017


When your drivers are out on the road for long periods of time undertaking courier jobs it’s vital that they are working with optimal eyesight. Naturally it is hoped that individual drivers will raise any concerns that they might have about their vision with you, but ultimately it is incumbent upon you to keep this important issue at the forefront of your thinking. With this in mind, arm yourself with the facts by reading this useful guide to what all employers need to know about their drivers’ eyesight. Employer Responsibilities The Health and Safety Executive is categorical on thi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

125. 3 Reasons Why You Still Need To Write Job Descriptions
September 17, 2017


Many an employer would love to get rid of the humble job description. They see it as a burden to have to write such a thing every time a vacancy comes up at their company. Indeed, it may be hard for them to appreciate the job description’s continued relevance when they come to Recruit Staff. We’re sure you’ll know what a job description is – it’s the document that outlines the responsibilities of the job, and for which the holder of the position will probably need to possess certain personal qualities, experiences and skills. The job description may have been around seemingly since... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara



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