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5 WAYS TO OVERCOME A BAD REFERENCE

| April 22, 2016

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In an ideal world, all bosses would be fantastic, and the only bad references would be for former employees who deserved the bad reference. In the real world, some managers are mean and vindictive and will set out to destroy people who were great employees....

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LESS THAN FIVE PERCENT OF UK RETAIL DIRECTORS HAVE AN E-COMMERCE BACKGROUND

| April 18, 2016

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DHR International found that only 5% of executive directors at the leading UK-listed ‘bricks and mortar’ retail companies* have a background in e-commerce which risks putting High Street retailers at a competitive disadvantage compared to online-only retailers. DHR International explains that many traditional retailers realise the threat from e-commerce, but, as yet, have struggled to bring relevant talent from the world of e-commerce onto their boards. Therefore the need to transform traditiona...

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CYBERCRIMINALS STRIKE ADP

| May 05, 2016

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On May 4, the payroll and HR services giant reported that “a small number” of its clients had been affected; the information stolen consisted of tax and salary data. “It’s important to point out it was not a breach,” said Dick Wolfe, ADP’s senior director of corporate communications, to SHRM Online. “ADP has learned of a small number of clients whose employees have been victimized by fraudulent registrations through [the clients’] self-service registration portal.”...

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PUBLIC SERVANTS ARE EXPECTED TO RAISE FROM 3.08 TO 4.68 PERCENT-THAN-EXPECTED

None | May 20, 2016

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specifically affect the 2016 Pay Trend 170 000 annual civil service pay adjustment, the introduction of the investigation yesterday, after deducting the salary point increment, high salary indicators, low-level civil servants, were 4.19%, 4.68% and 3.08 %....

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5 WAYS TO OVERCOME A BAD REFERENCE

| April 22, 2016

In an ideal world, all bosses would be fantastic, and the only bad references would be for former employees who deserved the bad reference. In the real world, some managers are mean and vindictive and will set out to destroy people who were great employees....

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LESS THAN FIVE PERCENT OF UK RETAIL DIRECTORS HAVE AN E-COMMERCE BACKGROUND

| April 18, 2016

DHR International found that only 5% of executive directors at the leading UK-listed ‘bricks and mortar’ retail companies* have a background in e-commerce which risks putting High Street retailers at a competitive disadvantage compared to online-only retailers. DHR International explains that many traditional retailers realise the threat from e-commerce, but, as yet, have struggled to bring relevant talent from the world of e-commerce onto their boards. Therefore the need to transform traditiona...

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CYBERCRIMINALS STRIKE ADP

| May 05, 2016

On May 4, the payroll and HR services giant reported that “a small number” of its clients had been affected; the information stolen consisted of tax and salary data. “It’s important to point out it was not a breach,” said Dick Wolfe, ADP’s senior director of corporate communications, to SHRM Online. “ADP has learned of a small number of clients whose employees have been victimized by fraudulent registrations through [the clients’] self-service registration portal.”...

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PUBLIC SERVANTS ARE EXPECTED TO RAISE FROM 3.08 TO 4.68 PERCENT-THAN-EXPECTED

None | May 20, 2016

specifically affect the 2016 Pay Trend 170 000 annual civil service pay adjustment, the introduction of the investigation yesterday, after deducting the salary point increment, high salary indicators, low-level civil servants, were 4.19%, 4.68% and 3.08 %....

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