We have all heard the saying before – you never get a second chance to make a first impression – but that saying couldn’t ring truer than when you are bringing a new employee onboard as part of your company.
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“He just felt right”… it’s the line any assessment professional dreads hearing from a line manager. The brutal truth is that almost everyone over-estimates their own ability to make good hires. As humans, we often have a habit of trusting intuition over reason, thinking that we’re the best judge of who will make a good hire for often emotive reasons.
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Investing in People or Ticking the Training Box?

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Posted by Chris Hornsby - Business Solutions Manager | Workplace Training
Posted on February 19th, 2010 at 3:24 pm

KnowledgePool have a very interesting article on workplace training, which struck a chord with me. It made me think how a much more fluid workforce, the availability of specialist outsourced providers and the ready supply of contractors had changed the ‘requirement for training’ dynamic for organisations in 2010.
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