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Lack of feedback ‘can be crushing for young jobseekers’

May 1, 2013   //   by Salespeak News   //   News  //  No Comments
A survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and membership organisation Business in the Community has shown that young jobseekers are extremely disheartened by the lack of feedback they receive after unsuccessfully applying for jobs.

Furthermore, findings revealed there appear to be discrepancies between what both employers and potential employees are expecting from the selection process.

Long, convoluted and badly explained recruitment methods are making it difficult for young jobseekers to know what is required of them in the process, meaning they are not sufficiently prepared. This can be equally frustrating for those looking to fill positions, when they invest time in applications which invariably come to nothing.

Peter Cheese, chief executive of the CIPD, said such discrepancies need to be addressed and resolved, not just to bring down unemployment rates among young people and help them to succeed in their job search, but also "to ensure UK businesses are equipped with the right talent for the future".

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Immigration law – what do the changes mean for employers?

Apr 29, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Glyn Lloyd, an employment lawyer specialising in immigration law at Morgan Cole, has outlined what changes to immigration law may mean for employers, of which directors, boards and HR departments should all be aware.

Writing for HR Magazine, he said the changes implemented at the start of this month were designed to simplify the rules and regulations governing immigration and employment.

The list of jobs for non-EEA workers now include the Standard Occupational Classification codes recently updated by the Office for National Statistics. The Codes of Practice for individual roles across various sectors are now outlined far more simply than before.

For example, the ability of immigrants to identify Tier 2 roles - by looking at skill and salary information - is far easier. A Tier 2 category role is for a foreign national offered a skilled job which cannot be carried out by a settled worker.

Criteria have also been relaxed in terms of how an employer can advertise a position before offering it to a non-EEA candidate. In the past, authorities had dictated how and by what media such jobs could be advertised.

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Ease red tape to boost employment, says Birmingham Chamber

Apr 26, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
The Birmingham Chamber has urged the government to cut back on the rules and regulations restricting businesses in the region in order to curb unemployment figures for the region.

Jobs figures for this area show that unemployment is the third highest out of all regions in the country, with a rate of 9.1 per cent. This reflects a 0.2 per cent national rise, which has left the UK unemployment rate overall standing at 7.9 per cent - considerably less than the rate for this area.

President of the Birmingham Chamber Steve Brittan said that he felt it was "unacceptable" that his area was performing so poorly on the jobs market.

"One of the main reasons is the burden of red tape, especially those regulations which surround employment. Some of the laws on this issue need to be eased," he commented.

With the Budget addressing these problems and cutting employers' national insurance contributions, amongst other measures, it is hoped that the jobs market will see some improvement in terms of recruitment and employment over the coming quarters.

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New minimum wage rates approved

Apr 22, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
The government has confirmed the new rates for the minimum wage in the UK, which will affect all employers as of October 1st this year.

Accepting the independent Low Pay Commission's (LPC's) recommendations for this year's rates, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills confirmed that the adult rate - for anyone aged 21 or over - of the national minimum wage will increase by 12p to £6.31 per hour.

For those aged 18 to 20, the going rate will increase by 5p to £5.03 for every hour worked while the hourly salary for 16 and 17-year-olds on minimum wage will go up by 4p to £3.72.

As business secretary Vince Cable accepted the changes, chair of the LPC David Norgrove said he welcomed the government's decision to do so, adding that he was delighted the coalition would be working with the LPC to tackle incidences of non-compliance within companies not paying staff a fair wage.

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Hire staff in order to boost sales, says Barclays director

Apr 19, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Commenting on the findings of a recent report by the banking giant - the Barclays Job Creation Survey 2013 - director of Barclays Corporate Banking in the north-west Michael Hartig has suggested there may still be a tendency among companies, specifically those in the north-west, not to hire before they have seen sales increase.

This is what Mr Hartig has described as "a lingering aversion to investing for growth", which he labels as "short-sighted", the Liverpool Daily Post reported.

His comments followed findings by the bank that recruitment prospects in the north-west were improving with 65 per cent of firms planning to create jobs over the next 12 months, compared with 59 per cent last year. Furthermore, the overwhelming majority - 80 per cent - were not planning to let anyone go this year.

Mr Hartig said companies needed to have more confidence in their ability to grow, as job creation was so fundamental to the recovery of the struggling UK economy and jobs market.

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Flexible working is hugely beneficial, says Vodafone marketing director

Apr 18, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Vodafone marketing director Peter Boucher has outlined the numerous benefits to be reaped by employees who are able to be more flexible when it comes to their commercial operations.

Writing in a column for the Guardian, he was quick to highlight that 'working from home' meant far from what the expression suggested.

"It's about working from wherever you need to be - whether that's from a cafe with a client, a customer's headquarters or during your commute," he explained, going on to say the ability to capitalise on such 'dead time' could be absolutely paramount for smaller businesses.

For those in roles that often see them mobilised around the country and in considerable contact with clients - such as people in sales jobs - the ability to work flexibly in this way could not only improve customer service and interaction, but also enhance the performance of staff working in a more efficient and productive professional environment.

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Job creation needed in north-east and Cumbria, says report

Apr 17, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Figures from the Northern Trades Union Congress have revealed that more job creation is needed in the north-east regions and Cumbria.

Even though the coalition has announced the creation of jobs and surges in employment statistics, the report has shown that local authorities in these areas of the country are now seeing at least ten per cent more jobseekers than there were before the current government came into power.

County Durham and Darlington have seen 30 per cent more, while Northumberland has been the worst affected with 37 per cent more individuals looking for work.

Since the cuts, which in many sectors have had a major negative effect on the jobs market, almost 50,000 public sector positions have been lost and the rate of employment stands at 64 per cent. This means that, in the north-east, there are 7.5 jobseekers on average going for every vacancy and four times as many in Cumbria.

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Study finds 5% of men decide to ‘un-retire’

Apr 10, 2013   //   by Salespeak News   //   News  //  No Comments
A new study of 2,000 men aged between 50 and 74 by Ricky Kanabar from the University of York has shown that five per cent of respondents had taken the decision to 'un-retire'.

The findings showed that the bulk of those going back into work were more skilled - taking up posts in managerial positions and the like, as opposed to physical jobs, for example.

In America, the number of men 'un-retiring' was in fact six times higher than it was in Britain, the Economist reported.

With the cost of living ever on the rise, it would appear that those who still feel they are fighting fit would rather get stuck into a job than recline in an armchair as soon as they possibly can.

This may also be because new figures from LV= show almost one million people reaching retirement age are still supporting their middle-aged children, meaning that individuals may increasingly feel the need to top up their pension pots.

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BlackBerry 10 models ship 1m units

Apr 5, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
In a nod to the popularity of its most recent model, BlackBerry has announced that it shipped around one million units of the brand new BlackBerry 10 models in the final quarter of 2012.

Overall, the phone manufacturer shipped around six million smartphone units, as well as approximately 370,000 PlayBook tablets.

BlackBerry mobiles have long proved extremely popular with firms as choice company phones, as many features have been designed with business usage in mind. This means that anybody looking to invest in a new device from which to carry out their work duties may like to consider one of the BlackBerry 10s, as the figures demonstrate their success on the market so far.

Officially released on January 31st, BlackBerry 10s take the form of two different models for people to choose from - namely, the Z10 and Q10. The former boasts a 4.2-inch touchscreen similar to Apple's iPhones and Samsung's Galaxy S devices, while the latter operates a 3.1-inch screen and physical keypad similar to older models, for those who prefer to have keys as opposed to tapping on a screen.

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Women ‘more satisfied by running their own business’

Apr 2, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
New research by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has revealed that women who take the plunge and start their own business have enhanced job satisfaction and a better work-life balance.

The Herald Scotland reported how job satisfaction rose from 55 to 75 per cent - with 100 per cent being complete satisfaction - among women who started their own companies, with their confidence also surging from 64 to 73 per cent.

Similarly, the 300 UK-based female entrepreneurs who responded to the survey revealed how happiness with their work-life balance had improved from 60 to 70 per cent.

Anne McPherson, managing director of diversity in business at RBS business and commercial banking, said: "This research reveals that starting a business can be a really life-enhancing decision for many women."

In addition, the figures went on to reveal that they were generally more efficient at setting up companies than their male counterparts, with 66 per cent starting up within a year of thinking up an idea compared to 60 per cent of men.

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Jobseekers ‘worried by their lack of computer skills’

Mar 18, 2013   //   by Salespeak News   //   News  //  No Comments
A new report by The Prince's Trust has revealed that young jobseekers are increasingly worried about the impact that their lack of computer skills is having on their ability to find work.

According to the organisation's statistics, one in ten unemployed people does not know how to send their CV online and a quarter actually dread filling in online applications. Sadly, a further one in six unemployed youngsters feel that, had they better computer skills, they would currently be in work and ten per cent are in fact embarrassed by the technological gap in their knowledge.

Our lives are increasingly played out online and without these skills, youngsters are missing out on a wealth of opportunities - not least to send their CV out to prospective employers but also to access the thousands of vacancies advertised online and use valuable professional networking sites such as LinkedIn.

As Martina Milburn, The Prince’s Trust chief executive, says: "A lack of computer literacy can hold young people back and this is damaging their job prospects."

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Samsung Galaxy S4 has finally landed

Mar 15, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
As Apple with its ubiquitous iPhone finds its hold on the technological throne ever closer to being usurped by rival technology giants like Samsung, the long-awaited Galaxy S4 launch will come as yet another threat.

With even more features added specifically focused on businessmen and women, the new smartphone was unveiled to packed audiences in New York this week and is set to cause a stir.

Many positions nowadays, for example sales jobs, require employees to carry work phones with them - often even outside of their working hours - and employees often complain about the pain of having to keep two mobiles on them at all times.

Therefore, the Knox feature on the new Galaxy S4 will be hailed as a solution to this, by allowing people to have separate work and personal areas within the same phone.

On top of this, the model boasts what V3 is calling "some of the best tech ever seen in a smartphone", including a 1.6 GHz Octa-Core processor, a five-inch HD display, up to 64 GB of storage with a memory card slot should more be needed, 4G capabilities and 2GB of RAM, despite weighing only 130 g.

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Protection deemed ‘essential’ for those who work alone

Mar 14, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Like it or not, as the commercial sector grows ever more fond of seemingly endless health and safety measures, the British Security Industry Association's (BSIA's) Lone Worker Forum has said there is an increased importance for such regulation to protect isolated or unsupervised staff and their employees from potential corporate manslaughter cases.

It is vital that everyone receives necessary protection while in their line of work. However, for people who work alone - such as those who travel around the country a lot like individuals in mobile sales jobs - such protection is arguably even more important, as there is nobody else to look out for that person.

Data published this year by law firm Pinsent Masons showed that there were 63 corporate manslaughter cases last year - up from 45 the previous year, equating to a rise of 40 per cent.

With more than six million people in the UK working alone or without direct supervision, the BSIA has outlined that the protection of these people should be a "key consideration" in every business' health and safety strategy.

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Women have been struggling since recession, says PwC report

Mar 13, 2013   //   by Salespeak News   //   News  //  No Comments
The Women in Work Index compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has revealed that women in the UK have been finding things increasingly difficult since the recession crippled the economy.

Having ordered 27 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, the UK finished in 18th position, after being been ranked according to five key indicators - namely the salary differences between men and women, female workforce participation rates - also compared with those for men - and the unemployment rate for women, as well as the proportion of females in full-time employment.

Ultimately, women in the UK are more likely to feel insecure about their job than men, are less likely to be in work and are furthermore still experiencing pay imbalance - far more so than in some other developed countries such as Norway, which came out on top, followed by Sweden and Denmark.

As Yong Jing Teow, author of the report and economist at PwC, said: "While most other OECD countries have continued to move ahead, our progress appears to have stalled." It is therefore up to those in recruiting positions to do more to address this imbalance and for boardrooms to stamp out gender inequality once and for all.

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Jobseekers must take care using social media, says Equifax

Mar 11, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
People searching for employment have been urged by Equifax to be careful when posting their CVs online as they contain personal information that can then be used by fraudsters or sold on to third parties.

The consumer, commercial and workforce information provider has warned that there appears to be an increase in the amount that such 'phishers' are using social media sites, meaning that jobseekers should be especially wary of these.

Data from XpertH has revealed that over the past two years, six out of every ten employers has bolstered the number of positions they have advertised on social networks like LinkedIn.

External affairs director at Equifax Neil Munroe outlined the fact that desperate jobseekers make prime targets as they post their CVs through so many of these online portals.

He went on to say that while it was understandable that these people wanted to get their CV out there to as many people as possible, "they really must be careful with who and how much personal information they give away".

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HR directors invest most time on weaker staff, says survey

Mar 6, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Research has shown that 38 per cent of human resources (HR) directors are investing the majority of their time supporting weaker members of staff.

The findings by Speechly Bircham and King's College London went on to reveal that just 12 per cent of those departments concentrate most of their hours on higher performers in the companies for which they work.

With working hours reported to possibly increase this year as firms are put under more pressure to outperform their competitors, those weaker employees may find that they are put under increasing amounts of pressure to execute their duties more accurately and to a far higher standard than was expected of them previously.

Robert Thomas, employment partner at Speechly Bircham, commented on this increased pressure, adding that it may lead to issues of "stress, presenteeism, absenteeism, employment relations problems and grievances" becoming more common.

Nevertheless, the research also revealed that, in more positive news for employees, 39 per cent of firms upped their focus on training and development of staff last year, with a further 53 per cent expecting to do the same in 2013.

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Business red tape cut to create jobs and growth

Feb 28, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Thousands of new jobs could be created by the growth potential of a new move from the government, which dramatically reduces the amount of red tape that has hampered companies in the past.

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has announced the interim results from the Company and Commercial Law Red Tape Challenge and revealed that half of the existing 115 pieces of regulation on the day-to-day running of a company could in fact be scrapped, merged or simplified.

Business minister Jo Swinson said: "We are always trying to make sure that companies can get on with what they're supposed to be doing – running a business and creating jobs to help make the economy stronger."

She added that the changes made so far have been with common sense in mind and will create a more flexible environment for businesses to operate and flourish in in years to come.

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Government pledges to do more to protect whistleblowers

Feb 27, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
Following the recent scandal surrounding the blacklisting of construction workers, the government has announced that it will be doing more to protect whistleblowers in the future.

Employment relations minister Jo Swinson said: "The protection offered by whistleblowing legislation is strong, but there are always ways to improve it."

An amendment to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill will mean that those who expose wrongdoings within their companies will be protected from bullying and harassment not only from colleagues, but also from their employers.

The new system will work by making bullying or harassment by a co-worker equivalent to if it was being done by the employer itself - thereby making the company liable for the actions of one of its employees.

This in turn will mean that those in senior positions within companies will have a responsibility to make sure that such bullying and harassment does not take place, which will make it necessary for them to take precautions to actively stop such practices within the workplace - a defence on which it may later rely in a legal proceeding.

Ms Swinson went on to say that, from now on, whistleblowers will be in "a better position" to be able to go ahead and, arguably, do the right thing without fear of the consequences.

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McDonald’s CEO seeks to champion ‘positive force of businesses’

Feb 12, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
As many large businesses are coming under fire due to tax evasion scandals and the way in which they source food content, the chief executive officer (CEO) of McDonald's Jill McDonald has called for the positive impact of businesses in the UK to be highlighted to the nation.

Ms McDonald, who has run the UK and northern European operations for the fast food chain since mid-2010, has said that she believes the derogatory publicity surrounding many of the UK's big enterprises is damaging the business community, the Sunday Telegraph reported.

In an interview with the newspaper, she branded the disparaging exposure "unhelpful", saying that organisations such as the CBI should be advocating the crucial importance of these businesses to what is a significantly damaged economy, as well as to society more generally.

She added: "We want business to be seen as a positive force in life rather than something that is seen as always being out to be a little underhand."

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Mind your ‘p’s and ‘q’s at work, says study

Feb 12, 2013   //   by The Sales Director News   //   News  //  No Comments
A new study has revealed that millions of employees haven't had a thank you from their boss in over a year, leading more than half of those surveyed to reveal that they do not think they receive sufficient credit for their efforts at work.

The research commissioned by Avery Rewards showed that a quarter of people had in fact never had a thank you from their superior.

With 47 per cent claiming to feel they receive an appropriate wage for the work they carry out, this goes to show how much the simpler things such as manners can be valued in the workplace.

Regardless of pay packets, with the job climate ever more competitive and employees being increasingly pushed to work harder to drive more business, it is becoming even more important that people feel appreciated for their efforts.

Some 60 per cent currently do not feel that way and, sadly, a third say they have stopped expecting any form of appreciation.

Gregg Corbett, spokesman for Avery Rewards, said: "There's always a difference between what you're expected to do and going the extra mile, and a simple 'thank you' at the right moment can really have an impact on workplace morale."

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