Social Technology, hindering or helping?

I’m standing at the train station, and I pop my head up from my phone and look around to a sudden realization that everyone is looking down at their phone or tablet. 5 years ago the commute to work would’ve meant reading a book or chatting with the person next to me; where as now 

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Why it is important to have a kick-ass website

Hiring good developers & designers does cost money but your short & long term gains of bringing these Guns in will make the cost seem minimal. If you pay the money once, you should only need tweaks and twerks down the line, you know the saying “you buy cheap you buy twice” this is definitely 

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Why I Joined the World of Recruitment

Read about Why I Joined the World of Recruitment. 5 years ago, I moved to Australia having previously established myself as a consultant in the travel industry back in Ireland. At 27 I found myself at a crossroads about what I wanted to do with my career. “Like all ex-pats I had the trouble of getting 

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The 5 most valued assets in an ERP Executive: THE NEW BREED

Five most valued  ERP Executive assets: Specific industry knowledge or an understanding of the business processes within that industry The knowledge of business process re-engineering to optimise the current ERP environment The capacity to present the business benefits in a manner that resonated with the stakeholders Ability to articulate were to spend allocated budgets and 

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Candidates – Why Recruiters Don’t Call You Back – Part I

Candidates, Why Recruiters Don’t Call You? Recruiters are “useless” right…? “I take time out to send them my CV and they never call me back…!!”. “They’re a waste of space…!!” How often has this comment been made on LinkedIn? It’s usually accompanied by the comment that “The recruiter could at least call me for a couple of minutes 

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