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    FORTY PER CENT of job applicants have turned down a job due to a bad interview experience, according to recent research, while a further 81 per cent would tell up to ten people if they had a poor interview experience

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    EMPLOYEES DO not believe their organisations or their senior management are doing enough to help them become fully engaged and contribute to their companies’ success, according to a new global workforce study

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    FINDING QUALIFIED managerial talent and top management succession planning have become the dominant people issues for CEOS, a global study has found

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    WHETHER IT is a report about a failing business, falling share prices or rising interest rates the focus is often on the negative. However, employers can benefit by using positive psychology in the workplace through the art of storytelling, according to a UK expert

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