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How to Write a Proper Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Get the Job

Why do some candidates send applications to dozens of companies and don’t receive feedback, while others apply to three companies and receive three invitations for interviews at once? Of course, you can rely on luck, but one thing is clear: good preparation gives good results. That is why a …

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Why UK workers are missing the daily commute

Over the past year, many employers have allowed their employees to work remotely in order for the business to continue as best it can. But working remotely has only highlighted to employees how much they actually miss the daily commute – something many of us would never have thought. What …

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Top Tips to Improve Workshop Efficiency  

As a workshop manager or self-employed craftsman, you may be looking for ways to improve the efficiency of your workshop to meet customer timescales and targets. With the tools and machinery being the wheels of the workshop’s vehicle, the quality and maintenance of these is so important in ensuring your …

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Do Trading Simulators Make Traders More Successful?

Trading simulators are a popular tool for market enthusiasts to test their skills. In the competitive world of financial markets, anything that can provide an advantage is useful. A simulator exists for this precise reason. Financial markets are today faster and more diverse than ever. Tracking Forex, the stock market, …

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BT speeds up its UK wide full-fibre broadband programme

BT is to accelerate the expansion of its full-fibre broadband infrastructure and to explore a joint venture to help to fund the extra investment. Britain’s biggest telecoms group said that it would increase its full-fibre programme by five million premises, with a target of reaching 25 million homes by the …

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New powers to tackle unfit directors of dissolved companies

The Insolvency Service is to be given powers to investigate directors of companies that have been dissolved, closing a legal loophole and acting as a strong deterrent against the misuse of the dissolution process. The process will no longer be able to be used as a method of fraudulently avoiding …

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Tory chairman Ben Elliot’s company admits making illegal payments

A luxury concierge service founded by Ben Elliot, co-chairman of the Conservative Party, has admitted to a string of accounting failures and making illegal payments to shareholders. Quintessentially paid £1.4 million to shareholders when it did not have adequate reserves to do so. Elliot and his business partners Aaron …

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Exports to EU almost back to pre-Brexit levels

Britain’s exports to the European Union have almost recovered after plummeting by 40 per cent at the start of the year, official figures show. Goods exports to the EU rose by 8.6 per cent to £12.7 billion in March, according to the Office for National Statistics. This is close …

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