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UK firms ‘struggling to recruit staff’

Source: BBC News | April 13, 2017 2:07 am UK firms want to recruit more workers but cannot find or afford the right staff, a survey has found. The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) spoke to 7,300 businesses in the manufacturing and services sectors, and found the...

Job benchmarking to predict performance and retention

Organisations often hire the wrong candidates, or fail to attract the best candidates, because they don’t have a systematic approach to identify and measure ALL the qualifications and behavioural competencies needed to predict job success. Organisations that use...

Enjoyment Performance Theory

There are many theories, and have been thousands of studies, over the years looking at the different dimensions that could be considered for career success; however the biggest breakthrough in recent years comes from enjoyment performance theory, and has been shown to...

Why unstructured interviews fail

A structured interview makes sure a manager can determine how much of what the candidate says reflects genuine attitudes and behaviour, and how much is related to just trying to get the job. This is extremely difficult to do in the short period of the interview...

How to define behavioural competencies

Competency frameworks provide a consistent mechanism for communicating and organising the different behaviours that are essential to an organisation’s success. They capture an organisation’s culture and values providing a foundation for a range of people processes,...
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