• Cognitive Assessment Diagram

    A guide to knowing all about cognitive competency

    To have the edge over rivals the best way for any business to have staff with great competencies. The people are the real asset of any business, and if they have a positive mindset, the business can surely achieve new heights. There are ample examples of leading companies that have sustained in tough times also […]

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  • Growing Business

    Growing business? Tips for moving your office out of the family home

    At least to start with, running a growing business at home can be a lot of fun. After all, it would spare you need to fret about a time-draining and costly commute, while you can tailor your working hours to accommodate your other personal obligations, such as raising a family. However, as the firm grows, […]

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  • dark office

    How to create the perfect work environment

    Have you ever noticed how your work environment affects your motivation and efficiency? It’s something that I have definitely noticed over the years. Feeling distracted In my first job as a Solicitor’s secretary I worked in a busy office which I shared with two other women. It was in an old building with small windows, […]

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  • How to Prepare for a Personal Assistant Job Interview

    The interview is the make-or-break part of the job application process and is also the hardest to prepare for. After all, the interviewer doesn’t give you a list of questions beforehand to allow you to prepare – you arrive on the day with no idea what they are going to throw at you. But there […]

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  • Risks to young people in the workplace

    New research reveals that young employees (aged 16-29) among the British workforce are most likely to suffer injuries while on the job. In fact, they are more at risk of an injury and illness than any other age group! A staggering 71% of workers between 16-29 years old claim their workplace to be a health […]

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