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The changing job market and the need for improved selection…

May 26, 2015 by

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The Aberdeen jobs marketplace has changed dramatically as a result of falling crude oil prices so what does this mean for internal recruiters? When oil prices were high there were fewer active candidates on the market as those with strong experience and skills knew that they could make a few calls and expect to get the […]

A world gone mad…

May 22, 2015 by

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Our latest blog from Julie McDonald, Director of Assessment and Development. In discussion with some of our clients recently, several have said they had all witnessed interesting patterns of behaviour emerging. These testing times seem to bring out both the best and the worst of human behaviours. As the novelist Samuel Richardson wrote in the […]

Hugh Dennis to host cHeRries Awards 2015

May 12, 2015 by

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TV star Hugh Dennis has been announced as the host of this year’s prestigious cHeRries Awards Ceremony which takes place at the AECC on Thursday 4th June. The multi-talented funny man has starred in several hit TV programmes, writes and presents for national Radio and is a panel show regular. He has built up an […]

Redundancy – Productivity Impact on the “Survivors”

May 6, 2015 by

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A blog from Julie McDonald, Director of Assessment and Development at The Urquhart Partnership on the impact on productivity following redundancy… I once read a quote which said that people are normally productive for about five to seven hours in an eight hour business day. However, when a major change takes place, productivity can fall to […]

Last Tables now available for the cHeRries Awards 2015…

May 5, 2015 by

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