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…because it’s a big responsibility you know? As an interviewer you hold tens of thousands of pounds of your organisation’s money in your hands – money your organisation will spend on the salary of the candidate you select, on their training to plug any gaps they have that become apparent, on the time their manager and team will spend bringing them up to speed. That’s if you get it right.
With less than 6 weeks to go until Christmas (yes, terrifying!), thoughts are turning to the New Year – and clients are starting to plan for their January review cycle. January is always a good time to take stock and ensure that plans are in place for a successful year ahead, both for a business and for its people.
Yesterday I had a conversation with a client who was talking about how he and his management team have had to start talking about specific rewards and incentives for the newcomers in his business - Gen Y grads who have been around less than 1 year. He was exasperated that they were having to have this conversation for the first time.
Whether futurology is a science, art, or a combination of both, humans have been making predictions about the future since the dawn of time. Companies around the world spend billions every year employing futurologists in the hope they can anticipate the next mega- or micro-trend, fashion or social movement.
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We are a fast growing business but 360 always adapt their courses to fit within a dynamic business. Ally and team are world class trainers. They bring a wealth of experience from industry which is what truly makes them special. It’s an impressive ability to draw upon their own experiences to connect with their delegates. I can’t recommend them highly enough.