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126. 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

127. 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

128. Retirement: A Natural Evolution of Career Development
September 13, 2017


Over the past few years, our career coaching practice has been attracting a growing percentage of clients who want to talk about retirement planning – not just career planning. I have wondered why this is. Is it because people are becoming more aware, educated and savvy about the subject of retirement in general? Is it because my colleagues and I are getting older; so we are naturally drawing an older client demographic? Is it because some people simply have more options to consider, with the stock market (and some investment portfolios) reaching record highs? Or is it because I have been pond... (read more)

Author: Ford Myers

129. 3 Characteristics That Make Someone A True ‘Team Player
September 08, 2017


When you think of any of the obvious corporate success stories from down the years – from Microsoft to Apple – one of the things that should become clear to you straight away is the importance of the right team. However, there’s a big difference between a great team, and simply a bunch of smart people. The aforementioned success stories were built on teams that had that seemingly indefinable, but definitely detectable ‘spark’ or ‘magic’. The good news is that it’s possible to bottle such magic – well, sort of. You can do it by looking for each of the three following traits in your ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

130. Replacing Auto Parts
September 08, 2017


There is a big development in replacing, recycling and changing auto parts. Cars need complete care and maintenance. The automotive industry makes up of millions of dollars. There are a number of car parts and accessories with different significance and functioning. You can install automotive accessories to give your car tough and cool look and run smoothly on roads. You can source auto parts like belts, tensioners, switches, lamps, relays, hoses, sensors, gasket sets, bearings, and the list could go on and on. There are some essential elements that you must know about auto parts: 1... (read more)

Author: Amit juneja

131. 5 Steps To Writing A Really Effective Covering Letter
September 04, 2017


The CV Cover Letter is one of those aspects of a job application that goes curiously unanalysed a lot of the time, yet may also be the most important of all. After all, we all want to make a great first impression when we are seeking an exciting new role, and your initial point of contact with an employer isn’t the interview or even your CV – it’s your cover letter. Here are five ways to ensure that your own covering letter really hits the spot. 1. Stick To Between A Half-Page And Whole Page of A4 Your covering letter isn’t supposed to go into every detail or detail your life ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

132. Sometimes Even Your Best People Need To Be Moved On
September 02, 2017


Yes, you read that right. Losing a great employee isn’t always a mortal blow – or even necessarily a blow at all. We aren’t just talking about those times when the worker may have got a better offer elsewhere. We’re also talking about you being proactive enough to drop even the best people on your payroll if it could benefit your company as a whole. Yes, it does sound crazy – at first. But here are a few reasons why it could make perfect sense. It Jolts Everyone Out Of Complacency Even the most innovative and fastest-growing company can become uncompetitive if complacency is ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

133. Advantages of Having a High School Diploma
August 31, 2017


You may have wondered what the big deal is about a high school diploma. If you aren’t planning on going to college, then you may think you don’t need your diploma either. However, this is not the case. There are many reasons why a high school diploma is important. If you are no longer attending high school, then you can get an online high school diploma in Atlanta, GA. Here are some reasons why it’s important. Better Jobs A high school diploma can make a big difference in what kind of job you are able to get. Think about the jobs people in high school typically have and the jobs peop... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

134. Aer LingusTakes On 200 Cabin Crew As It Expands Flights
August 27, 2017


This summer is shaping up to be a busy one for many an Aviation Recruiter such as ourselves here at TARCG – and it’s a similar story for airlines. Just look at the recent confirmation by Aer Lingus, for example, that it has recruited up to 200 cabin crew in readiness for what promises to be a strong summer for the Irish airline. More Flights Between The UK And Ireland The Dublin-based airline’s new recruits will be assigned at first to its short-haul network on flights between the UK and Ireland, which have been expanded due to demand. A morning flight has been added to the carrier... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

135. What Difference Could ‘Blind Hiring' Make To Your Workforce?
August 25, 2017


‘Blind hiring’ has been increasingly talked about in recent times. Indeed, even the Canadian government has used it, stating that it did so with the intention of reducing unconscious bias and promoting gender and ethnic equality. But is blind hiring worth the hype, and how could it benefit your own firm? First Of All, What Is Blind Hiring? It’s the term given to the practice of anonymising or ‘blinding’ any information about a candidate about which a hiring manager recruiter could possibly be biased. The fact is, even if you don’t consider yourself to be biased, we all ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

136. How to Get UK Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme Visa
August 23, 2017


The UK Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme visa previously known as the UK Working Holiday visa. It gives the opportunity to young people to experience life in the United Kingdom, allowing them to live, and work there for up to two years. The Youth Mobility Scheme is only open to countries which have a special reciprocal agreement with the United Kingdom. The some of the countries participating in the scheme are much sm... (read more)

Author: Oncore Services

137. Best-Selling Webinars You Can Enroll Now for Just $10
August 23, 2017


The normal cost of enrolling for profession-enhancing, educative webinars: $265. The present cost of learning skills needed to help you upgrade your regulatory learning: $10! What are you reading here? Fact or fiction? This is true, and it is real: GlobalCompliancePanel, that leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance, is offering best-selling webinars you can enroll for now, for just $10! But what is GlobalCompliancePanel up to? What is prompting this company to offer best-selling webinars you can enroll for now, for just $10? The reason is simple: ... (read more)

Author: John Robinson

138. 5 Things You Definitely Need In Your Next Customer Service Employee
August 18, 2017


Customer service hiring is something that so many employers get wrong. They often treat customer service as if it’s an entry-level position, rather than representing the ‘face’ of their company. So, how can your firm and its Recruitment Agency get better results from its customer service recruiting? Looking out for these five key candidate characteristics is a definite start. 1. Empathy Yes, we may be in a customer service world increasingly dominated by life-like ‘chat bots’, but even the best of them can’t replicate the empathy of a real human being. This is important... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

139. Become Compliance Expert; Pick Any Webinar Just for $10
August 17, 2017


GlobalCompliancePanel offers what should rate as an opportunity of a lifetime: To become compliance expert; pick any webinar just for $10! With the extremely strict regulatory compliance requirements set out by the FDA and other regulatory agencies such as the EMA; professionals who work in the regulated industries are at their wit’s end in determining what kind of training they need to understand the regulatory requirements and comply with them. With this offer by which regulatory professional can become a compliance expert by picking any webinar just for $10; GlobalCompliancePanel makes th... (read more)

Author: John Robinson

140. Want to Get More Courier Jobs? Join a Courier Exchange!
August 17, 2017


As a courier driver, you’ll know that expanding your customer base whilst providing the best service you can is a costly, stressful and often very tiring job. However, joining a courier exchange could be your chance to make your job a lot easier and your business more successful. Here are four reasons why it works so well. Expand Your Business If you want to grow your capacity, the most obvious solution would be to buy more vehicles and hire more drivers. Yet this move can cost thousands of pounds, isn’t guaranteed to be successful and holds substantial risk. With a courier exchange,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

141. Technology and the Courier Driver
August 16, 2017


From smart phones to GPS tracking systems, technology is revolutionising the way courier work is carried out. But just because the big delivery companies can afford the very latest software, it doesn’t mean the average independent courier needs to be left behind. By utilising the technology you already have (your smart phone can be your most useful business tool) you can offer the same, if not greater, level of service than the industry’s major players. Make the Most of Your Smart Phone Today’s smart phones can be loaded with apps which will not only plan the quickest, most fuel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

142. Clean, Green Reforms Open Up Opportunities for Drivers
August 16, 2017


There has been some good news for self employed van drivers making a living from courier jobs, with the Government’s recent announcement on reforms to the licensing rules. In an attempt to reduce emissions to zero by 2050, but in recognition of the important role vans and couriers play in the economy, the Government has said it will increase the size of vans covered by the B-category licence from 3,500kg to 4,250kg. The category B licence is the same standard licence that covers drivers of cars, making it easy for individuals to set up a business as a self employed van driver undert... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

143. We Serve The Wide-Ranging Job Search Needs Of Aviation Professionals
August 14, 2017


It seems that the need for the best-qualified and most suitably experienced Aviation Professionals has never been more pressing. 62.7 million people are supported worldwide in aviation and related tourism, with 9.9 million of those working directly in the aviation industry. In 2015, almost 3.6 billion passengers were carried by the world’s airlines. That same year, aircraft maker Boeing forecast that 558,000 new commercial airline pilots would be needed over the next two decades, along with 609,000 new commercial aircraft maintenance workers. The leading airlines and other aviation... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

144. 3 Ways To Make Culture Central To Hiring Process
August 12, 2017


There have been quite a few interesting changes to worker attitudes in recent decades from the older to the younger generations. However, one of the most intriguing is undoubtedly the shift from an emphasis on pay and benefits, to one on the ‘culture’ in which one works. Millennials – the generation born roughly between the early 1980s and the early 2000s – are by no means uninterested in a good salary or career advancement, but one thing that they definitely do care about is company culture. So, how can you make your own organisation’s culture central to its hiring process, thereb... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

145. What Can Courier Exchange Do for Me? Ask Dortudor Dot Com
August 08, 2017


After retiring, Mike Tutor wanted a change and – in answer to a local advertisement for courier jobs – began a second career. We look at the journey he has taken in this new venture and why he credits Courier Exchange with playing an important role in the success of his business. Humble Beginnings Mike’s start in courier jobs came when he responded to an advert in a local newspaper searching for drivers. Mike joined the company and worked for them for a year, a period in which he learnt the essentials of the industry. The company advised him on what van to buy and gave him all the k... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

146. Towing Safety Tips
August 08, 2017


This month I thought I would provide some safe driving tips. I know that couriers are under a lot of pressure, and when you have a long day ahead of you with a lot of travel you just want to hit the road. Be careful not to get swept up by the hustle and bustle, though – if you overlook these simply safety checks you may be putting yourself and other drivers in harm’s way. Remember, road safety should always come first. With that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of key questions you should always ask yourself before getting behind the wheel. Are Your Vehicles Roadworthy? The first thing ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

147. Be the Best Man With a Van - Managing Your Operations
August 08, 2017


There’s no time like the present to improve your operations. That’s why I’m here to tell you about the Van Excellence Scheme’s great new course “Managing Your Operations”. I’d recommend that it be part of every courier driver training course, as it provides constructive advice on how to operate vans efficiently, safely and legally. It will help you to run a smooth operation which reaches nationally-recognised standards. What Is the Van Excellence Scheme? Not sure what this scheme is? Allow me to explain. Facilitated and managed by the FTA, the Van Excellence Scheme was designed by ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

148. How Do You Keep Your Company Culture The Same As Your Business Grows?
August 04, 2017


You might think there’s little point trying to ‘control’ or ‘preserve’ company culture. After all, culture is a fluid and changeable thing, right? Wouldn’t it be best to just allow it to evolve naturally as your company grows and past and new employees past through your revolving door? The truth is, though, that there are real benefits to taking an intentional approach to your company culture and attempting to preserve its most important elements over time. Talented candidates are attracted to companies that have a great culture, as are potential clients and customers. After all, you... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

149. 3 Things To Encourage Your Students To Do Right Now
August 02, 2017


While we spend a lot of time here on the Careercake blog advising jobseekers of what they can do to boost their likelihood of landing the right role, there is also plenty of action that universities, training providers and professional bodies can take to help enhance their students’ employability. If you aren’t advising your students to consider the below tips amid their efforts to Gather The Right Work Experience, it might be a good idea to do so. 1. Start A Blog In much the same way as your training company may have built up its industry reputation and authority in large ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

150. Sometimes, Even Your Best People Need To Be Moved On
July 30, 2017


Yes, you read that right. Losing a great employee isn’t always a mortal blow – or even necessarily a blow at all. We aren’t just talking about those times when the worker may have got a better offer elsewhere. We’re also talking about you being proactive enough to drop even the best people on your payroll if it could benefit your company as a whole. Yes, it does sound crazy – at first. But here are a few reasons why it could make perfect sense. It Jolts Everyone Out Of Complacency Even the most innovative and fastest-growing company can become uncompetitive if complacency is ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara



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