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Psychometrics is an increasingly popular form of occupational testing and employee assessment. It covers a variety of tests to assess the character strengths and weaknesses of a candidate, and provide a profile of their suitability for a position.
Writing a CV
A comprehensive, step-by-step workshop covering all aspects of the CV writing process, from initial self-assessment through to customising, checking and dispatching your CV for a particular job.
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Guide to MBAs
Our guide to the different types of MBA, where and how to study, and the qualification's long-term benefits.
A general introduction to some of the key areas of employment law written from a practical standpoint. See here for many of the key dos and don'ts which cause problems on a regular basis.
Being handed your P45 can be devastating. Our guide can help you understand your rights and what to do next.
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