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The 5 Most Common Start-Up Branding Mistakes

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Sunday 11th November 2018

The 5 Most Common Start-Up Branding Mistakes Start-Ups Make (and how to avoid them) As an entrepreneur myself, I know that when you’re a start up you are filled with ideas, buzzing to get your business set up and short ... Read More »

Business Tax: A beginner’s guide

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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Understanding the basics of UK Business Tax is a must for anyone starting out on their own – whether you are doing some self-employed freelance work, setting up as sole trader or registering a limited company. This guide will help you get started. Keeping records It is vital to keep full and accurate records of ... Read More »

The perils of sitting all day

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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Sitting for hours on end is a common problem for all desk based workers and finding the right posture is key. Here are some top tips to keep your back healthy and strong. Posture is key How you sit on the chair is the most important factor. The optimal sitting position is shown below:   ... Read More »

25 Recruitment tips for SME’s

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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Finding the right person for your team is a critical activity for any organisation. But particularly for the small business owner with limited resources, it can be a tall order expecting you to source the best talent without becoming over-stretched and breaking the bank. Yet the new age of recruitment means smaller companies should no longer be ... Read More »

Taking the first steps to recruit a team

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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It was recently announced that more than a quarter of small companies are planning to increase headcount by more than 5% in the remainder of 2013, so it would seem the tables are finally turning for the small business owner. The last few years have proven a struggle as a number of small businesses have been forced ... Read More »

The 10 commandments of Executive Recruitment

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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As your business grows, there will likely come a time when you need to find a senior appointment or executive. But recruiting executive level posts is often challenging. What if your new hire costs you money instead of making you money? What if their management style upsets all your star employees and they choose to leave? These ... Read More »

A different perspective on interview questions

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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Weird interview questions may be almost as old as job interviewing itself, but they arise from a sincere desire on the part of those recruiting staff to find out more about what their prospective recruits are truly like. The fact that entire books have been released on the subject of tough interview questions indicates that candidates are ... Read More »

The Marketing and HR overlap

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Sunday 11th November 2018
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Organisations using recruitment companies are usually aware of the importance of their customer brand to the fulfilment of their firm’s potential. What they might not be so aware of, is the value of marketing techniques to HR managers as they attempt to attract candidates to join and stay with their company. Any company is, after all, its ... Read More »