What are the top in-demand European soft skills?
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Soft skills, flexible working and pay transparency are workplace trends to embrace in 2019.
Research shows something of a disconnect between employers’ expectations and candidates’ beliefs in their own skills.
Research reveals hiring process is failing candidates and companies due to complex, unresponsive and ineffective pre-hire assessments
Public speaking skills should be the focus for professional development, as 65 percent of UK workers lack confidence in this area according to a new study commissioned by QHotels.
Young people entering the workplace could suffer due to a lack of competitive spirit, parents and teachers fear.
A recent report has found that communication skills, resilience and team working are somewhat lacking in the younger workforce.
Soft skills development has overtaken leadership training to become the top priority for organisational learning in the coming year, according to a new study by Video Arts, the learning content specialist. In a survey of 292 learning and development professionals, 63% claimed that their number one priority for the next 12 months was to develop…
Video Arts, the learning content specialist, is providing 14 e-learning courses to Friends Life, a leading provider of pensions, investments and insurance. The 14 courses cover leadership, management, customer service, communication, managing change and project management. They will be used as part of a new online learning library which Friends Life has created to improve…
IT professionals reveal a need to hone their softer skills as research from CWJobs.co.uk finds that 76% feel a lack of soft skills, such as people management and business acumen, is preventing them and their peers from taking board level roles. Specialist IT recruitment website CWJobs conducted research among over 1,000 jobseekers exploring requisite skills…