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Blockchain caught the world’s attention when Bitcoin, the world’s first decentralized digital currency, started grabbing the headlines. Since then, however, blockchain has proven to be much more than cryptocurrencies. Once enterprises realized the true potential of this industry-agnostic, decentralized, distributed, digital public ledger, the demand for blockchain developers skyrocketed. It has continued along an upward trajectory […]Continue reading

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Prime minister Theresa May has said the UK’s future immigration system will no longer allow EU nationals to “jump the… The post Immigration system won’t allow EU workers to ‘jump the queue’ appeared first on Personnel Today. Go to Source Author: https://www.recruiter.com Date/time: 11/19/2018, 15:03 Post date: 2018-11-19 15:03:04 Category: Human Resources Management Tag: #HRM […]Continue reading

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A former Co-operative Group HR director has won her claim for equal pay and unfair dismissal against the company, following… The post Co-op HR director wins equal pay and unfair dismissal claim appeared first on Personnel Today. Go to Source Author: https://www.recruiter.com Date/time: 11/17/2018, 00:03 Post date: 2018-11-17 00:03:25 Category: Human Resources Management Tag: #HRM […]Continue reading

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In my previous article, I covered how business leaders use project-based work to boost agility and foster innovation in their organizations. Today, we’re going to look at another approach companies commonly use to improve productivity: breaking down roles into activities and prioritizing those tasks. According to Go to Source Author: https://www.recruiter.com Date/time: 11/16/2018, 21:04 Post date: […]Continue reading

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From Silicon Valley to the manufacturing sector, HR and recruiting professionals are plagued by a lack of quality science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) talent, resulting in higher-than-normal salaries, creative perks and benefits, and no small amount of poaching between competitors. Businesses requiring STEM talent have also been forced to broaden their scopes of acceptable […]Continue reading

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When it comes to job interviews, I’ve seen it all. Most interview processes are fairly straightforward. You do a phone screen with an HR rep, and then a phone interview with the hiring manager. Afterward, you meet the hiring manager and other folks on the team for an in-person interview. However, not every interview is so simple. […]Continue reading

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