Tags: Experience

Appraisals going out of fashion as employees left wanting for constructive criticism

The theatre is not a place that wants for criticism. Reviews of performances come in thick and fast and when praise is due it often gushes and in similar fashion, when something is judged to be terrible, the poison pours. Performers, in some cases, use reviews to hone and better their performance.

Drive to get more disabled people into mainstream jobs

Disabled people are set to receive more support to gain the skills and experience needed to get a job under changes to the Government’s specialist disability employment scheme. It has been revealed that disabled people on traineeships, supported internships, work trials and work academies will receive additional help through the Access to Work scheme. It…

How to stay in pole position: hire a boss who has worked on the floor

Organisations perform better when leaders have done the same job as followers, 60-year Formula One study suggests When the German Grand Prix is held this weekend, don’t be surprised if a former racing driver heads the winning team. New research shows that Formula One teams led by bosses who started out as drivers or mechanics…

Graduates: focusing on the candidate experience

At Roast, tucked away in Southwark’s Borough Market, TARGETjobs succeeded in attracting the usual packed house for their latest Breakfast News session on the morning of Thursday 28th June. With the candidate experience as the event’s general theme, speakers approached the topic from a variety of angles. First up, as usual, was Bryan Finn from…