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Recruitment


What's in a name? NEW recruitment companies featured strongly at the inaugural National Recruitment Federation Industry Awards, which were presented in October at the Westbury Hotel.

Executive cars - safe or just stylish? AS AFFORDABLE property has moved further away from the city, the time we spend in our cars has increased.

Remember, one: look for a safe place ALL education is valuable. Some forms of education can expand your mind, and some will get you a job. Others can save your life.

The dangers of getting isolated at the top Q I FIND that, in running my business, I am making many decisions alone. I know that can't be good.

Calling in the experts THE VALUE of consultants has been a much debated topic, and in both the public and private sector there are often conflicting views on whether

Irish billionaire school-leaver receives presidential praise in New Zealand WHEN President Mary McAleese visited the University of Otago in New Zealand last week, it was the son of an Irish farmer from Ballybay who

When is the right time to quit your job? WHAT criteria should be used to determine if you have been with the same company too long?

How the public spotlight plays havoc with negotiations Q What is wrong with the New York Yankees? How could they stick a great manager like Joe Torre with such a raw deal?

It's all about science Many graduates find it difficult breaking the 'noexperience' barrier when seeking their first job without having industrial experience.

Big fish, big pond It is good to be a big fish in a small pond.

Chartering a flight to the top Anyone who graduated from secondary school before the 1990s will remember how the profession of accountancy was viewed by the vast majority of their classmates.

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