Press Release articles and cuttings


Please find below a list of cuttings where hirescores has been featured either from the internet or in newspapers.
HR Network Jobs 29.10.10
According to a poll by HireScores.com - the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website - the most common lie told in a job interview is the amount of money paid in a previous job, with many telling potential employers that they earned much more in a previous role than they really did. See article...

Recruitment International 28.10.10
New research by the UK's only recruitment agency review site - HireScores.com - has revealed the top ten most common lies told in a job interview. See article...

Business Media Roundup 27.10.10
Research just out indicates that job applicants routinely lie in CVs and when attending interviews, but the ability to tell porkies does have its uses in the world of work. According to the poll, by www.HireScores.com, the study found that fewer than 1 in 10 of the respondents, 8%, said they have 'never' lied in a job interview. The recruitment agency review site asked 1,218 people across the UK what the top 10 most common lies told in job interviews are. See article...

Is For Profit 29.10.10
Six out of ten job candidates lie about their grades and qualifications to prospective employers at interview, research has revealed. A survey of 1,200 people by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website - HireScores.com - found that 61% had lied about these factors when being interviewed for a job. See article...

Itech College
The UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, conducted research of 1,218 people across the UK to discover what the top ten most common lies told in job interviews are. See article...

HR Magazine 26.10.10
A report from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site HireScore.com of 1,218 people revealed the top ten most common lies told in a job interview. See article...

Working Mums 27.10.10
Fibbing about your previous salary is the most common lie at a job interview according to new research by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

SME web 26.10.10
New research by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has revealed the top ten most common lies told in a job interview. See article...

Yahoo News 15.10.10
The reality show - famous for Lord Sugar's catchphrase 'You're Fired' topped a poll by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com concerning which TV shows job seekers found inspirational. See article...

Monster
Has The Apprentice been an inspiration to you or have you found inspiration from another show on TV? See article...

MSN 15.10.10
The Apprentice has been voted the most inspirational TV show for jobseekers in a survey by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Yahoo TV 15.10.10
The Apprentice has been voted the most inspirational TV show for jobseekers. The reality show - famous for Lord Sugar's catchphrase You're Fired topped a poll by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Recruiter 15.10.10
The Apprentice is the 'most inspirational' show on the box for jobseekers, according to HireScores.com. See article...

Female First
A poll by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site has revealed that a third of Brits have opted for their chosen career after finding inspiration in a TV show. See article...

HR Director 29.09.10
New research has revealed that a quarter of Brits believe that employers make decisions with regards to who they hire based on irrelevant personal information. The research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com. See article...

Institute Of Career Guidance
New research from a UK recruitment agency review site called HireScores.com has revealed that 79% of Brits believe that employers work towards a 'candidate brief' when hiring. A further 34% believe that potential employers could be put off by their age, depending on the role. See article...

HR Network Jobs 30.09.10
New research has revealed that a quarter of Brits believe that employers make decisions with regards to who they hire based on irrelevant personal information. The research was carried out by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment International 06.10.10
New research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website has revealed that at least half of Brits blame their job for a past relationship breakdown, with a further 11% of these admitting that they have ended a relationship due to a work-related affair. See article...

HR Review 28.09.10
Half of Brits have blamed increasing work commitments for breakdowns in previous relationships. The research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Recruiter 24.09.10
More than half of UK workers say their relationship has broken down due to their partner's job, according to new data from the UK's only leading recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Choose You At Work 30.09.10
Recent research by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, reveals that many Britons' relationships are being damaged by a poor work-life balance, a situation that could be remedied by flexible benefits. See article...

Second Post 29.09.10
Half of Brits blame their job for a relationship breakdown in a survey about how working lives affect private lives. The survey was undertaken by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Loving Links
Recruitment agency review website HireScores.com recently revealed that half of Brits blame work commitments on the breakdown of a past relationship. See article...

HR Magazine 23.09.10
At least half of Brits blame their job for a past relationship breakdown, with a further 11% of these admitting that they have ended a relationship due to a work-related affair. The research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, in order to find out more about the effects work can have on relationships. See article...

OnRec 24.09.10
New research has revealed that at least half of Brits have cited work commitments for a previous relationship breakdown. The research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, in order to find out more about the effects work can have on relationships. See article...

Digital Feat24.09.10
New research has revealed that at least half of Brits have cited work commitments for a previous relationship breakdown. The research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, in order to find out more about the effects work can have on relationships. See article...

Workplace Law Network 25.08.10
New research has suggested that those who are more attractive are the most likely to succeed in the workplace, with 67% of employers admitting to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job. The research comes from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com. See article...

OnRec 24.08.10
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has revealed that those who are more attractive are the most likely to succeed in the workplace, with 67% of employers admitting to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job. See article...

HR Magazine 26.08.10
More than two thirds (67%) of employers have admitted to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job in a recent survey by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

HR Zone 27.08.10
Just over two thirds of employers would be more inclined to hire good looking candidates, with a scary 9% admitting that they had in the past recruited someone purely because of their appearance. This according to a new poll undertaken by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

HR Network Jobs 24.08.10
Attractive people are the most likely to succeed, with two thirds of bosses admitting that they would be more inclined to choose the most attractive candidate for the job. This fact comes in light of the latest nationwide research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment Today 25.08.10
Attractive jobseekers are more likely to land jobs, according to new research. In a survey by HireScores.com, the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, two thirds of employers (67 percent) admitted they would probably choose the most attractive candidate for a job. See article...

Working Mums 27.08.10
New research claims that attractive people have a better chance of securing a job. This is according to HireScores.com the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site. See article...

Second Post 24.08.10
Two thirds of bosses have admitted they are more likely to choose the most attractive candidate for a job. Research by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com revealed the unsurprising fact that employers will often choose good-looking candidates when picking new recruits. See article...

Employment Office
Research from the UK's only recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, has recently revealed that those who are more attractive are the most likely to succeed in the workplace, with almost 70% of employers admitting to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job. See article...

Check4Jobs 26.08.10
Research from the UK's only recruitment agency review site has revealed that those who are more attractive are the most likely to succeed in the workplace, with 67% of employers admitting to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job. See article...

Milkround.com 24.08.10
Two thirds of bosses have admitted they are more likely to choose the most attractive candidate for a job. Research by HireScores.com revealed the unsurprising fact that employers will often choose good-looking candidates when picking new recruits. See article...

Digital Feat 24.08.10
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site has revealed that those who are more attractive are the most likely to succeed in the workplace, with 67% of employers admitting to being more inclined to give an attractive person a job. See article...

Redriff Business
Brits love Coke. Not just the beverage, but the company that makes it - Coca-Cola. A recent study by HireScores.com - a website that helps people looking for jobs find the right jobs websites - revealed that Coca-Cola ranked as the most desirable company to work for among Britons. See article...

Check4Jobs
HireScores.com the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site has revealed the top ten dream companies Brits would like to work for. Coca-Cola tops the poll, followed by Microsoft and Google. See article...

OnRec 21.07.10
A new study by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site has revealed the top ten 'dream companies' Brits would like to work for. Coca-Cola tops the poll, followed by Microsoft and Google. See article...

Recruiter 21.07.10
Coca-Cola is the new employer brand of choice of most British workers, according to new research from HireScores.com. The research, which polled the most appealing workplaces for British workers, found that 76% said their 'dream job' would be at Coca-Cola with 23% admitting it is for the 'freebies' and 42% saying the 'salary' is the main reason for Coca-Cola being their dream job. See article...

The Grapevine Online
Coca-Cola is the company where most Brits would like to work, according to a new study. The beverage giant beat Microsoft and Google to the top spot in the research by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Trucking Business Guide
Study has found Brits 'dream' to work for Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola tops the poll, followed by Microsoft and Google. HireScores.com, the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site commissioned a new study with 1,326 people. See article...

Grad Plus 05.08.10
A survey from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, noted that 69 percent of job candidates had told lies to employers in one form or another. See article...

Business Standard 22.07.10
A recent study by HireScores.com - a website that helps people looking for jobs find the right job websites - revealed that Coca-Cola ranked as the most desirable company to work for among Britons. See article...

Women In Technology 27.07.10
Many people in the UK aspire to have an IT career, according to a new survey. A HireScores.com survey revealed the dream companies Britons would like to work for. See article...

SMEweb 21.07.10
The UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, commissioned a new study with 1,326 people across the UK to discover what would be the 'dream companies' people would like to work for. See article...

Celebrity Gossip
Employers are not alone in changing their attitudes towards recruitment agencies. Employees themselves are becoming more and more critical of agencies. The website HireScores.com allows candidates to rank recruitment agencies according to the quality of the process. See article...

Digital Feat
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, has found that the majority of the UK population would like to be an astronaut if they could choose their 'dream job', closely followed by a doctor. See article...

OnRec 13.07.10
The UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has conducted research to see what jobs Brits would most like to have. The study was carried out on 1,387 members of the British public and posed the question, what job would you most like to have? See article...

Recruitment International
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has found that the majority of Brits would like to be an astronaut if they could choose their dream job, closely followed by a doctor. See article...

It's A Partnership Thing
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, has found that the majority of Brits would like to be an astronaut if they could choose their 'dream job', closely followed by a doctor. See article...

Straco International Recruitment Solutions
Most Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated topics during work time - costing their employers more than two billion pounds a year. The survey was carried out by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment Finchley
Most Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated topics during work time - costing their employers over two billion pounds a year, a survey has revealed. The research was conducted by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment Today 07.07.10
Most Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated topics during work time - costing their employers more than two billion pounds a year. Research by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, looked at how much time was spent in the office that was not focused on work duties. See article...

HR Magazine 02.07.10
Research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site HireScores.com reveals employers are losing out on two billion pounds every year due to staff chatting at work. See article...

HR Network Jobs 14.07.10
Research was conducted by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review site HireScores.com who wanted to see how much time was spent in the office that wasn't focused on work duties. See article...

Recruiter 30.06.10
Most Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated topics during work time - costing their employers over two billion pounds a year, a survey has revealed. The research was conducted by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

HR Director 02.07.10
It is revealed that the majority of Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated work topics during work time, costing their employers over two billion pounds a year. Recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com found that of those surveyed, more than half, 52 percent, admitted to talking about the previous night's TV during office chats, whilst a third, 34 percent, said that their love life was the main topic of conversation. See article...

HR Zone 09.07.10
A poll undertaken among 1,546 workers by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com revealed that personnel spend on average 67 minutes each day chewing the fat with colleagues, while 8% admitted to chattering away for three hours or more. See article...

Frankly HR 13.07.10
A poll undertaken among 1,546 workers by recruitment agency review website HireScores.com revealed that personnel spend on average 67 minutes each day chewing the fat with colleagues. See article...

Investor Today
Most Brits spend 67 minutes every day talking about unrelated topics during work time - costing their employers more than two billion pounds a year. Research by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com looked at how much time was spent in the office that was not focused on work duties. See article...

Peak Alignment
In a recent study, research from the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency website HireScores.com, showed that of 1,542 members of the British public spend an average of 67 minutes per day at work chatting about unrelated topics. See article...

The Work Buzz
According to a survey conducted by the UK's leading recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, many women feel that they perform better at work when they dress sexy. See article...

The Sun 10.06.10
More than half of all women feel more productive at work when they dress provocatively, a study by the UK's only dedicated recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, has claimed. See article...

The Sport 10.06.10
Women perform better in the workplace when they are dressed sexily, according to a new survey by recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. Lisette Howlett, managing director said feeling confident and positive seem to be two key factors to high work performance. See article...

Caterer 27.05.10
People looking for restaurant work and hospitality jobs need to ensure that they make themselves employable, according to one expert, who said the market remains very competitive at the moment. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of HireScores.com, said that she is not surprised more firms are considering recruitment at the moment, but she reiterated that the sector will remain competitive. See article...

Women In Technology 22.06.10
For graduates who are establishing their career in a competitive industry, they are often advised to utilise networking events and social media to get ahead, meet the right people and add something to their CV. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, advised graduates to use Twitter and Facebook to get in front of the right people at target companies. See article...

Chartered Management Institute 27.05.10
Despite the new measures that are due to be introduced by the government to help plug the budget deficit, British firms will hire staff once again following the recession, it has been suggested. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said Many firms will not have taken on new staff for some time. As things start to ease in the economy more people will also be looking to move on and this creates a knock on effect. See article...

The Guardian 27.05.10
Research by the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, reveals that York is the UK's friendliest place to work and Slough the least friendly. See article...

Talk Talk 28.05.10
The UK's leading recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, research reveals that Slough is the UK's least friendly place to work. See article...

Applying For Jobs
According to Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of the UK's leading recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, graduates should start looking for internships and holiday employment as soon as possible to build a relationship with a future employer or industry. See article...

BB News
A recent survey by the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, claims Slough is the UK's least friendly place to work. See article...

HR 26.05.10
A survey of more than 1,300 employees, by the UK's leading recruitment agency review website HireScores.com, finds the office is dog-eat-dog after thirty four percent of employees in small businesses said that they would purposely sabotage a colleage's chances of promotion, rising to sixty two percent in larger businesses. See article...

Bank EU
A recent survey by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com reveals that Slough is the UK's least friendly place to work. See article...

Chartered Management Institute 27.05.10
York has topped a poll to find the UK's friendliest place to work, with 74% of it's residents saying they like their office environment and co-workers. Bristol came second in the poll by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com while Stoke, Sunderland and Southampton completed the top five. See article...

Daily Telegraph 07.06.10
The UK's leading recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has conducted nationwide research and found that more than a third of employees would purposely sabotage a colleague's chance of promotion even if they were better suited for the role, with Slough, where hit TV-show The Office was based, named as the least friendly place in the UK to work. See article...

Graduate Sales
University leavers looking to land themselves a good sales job need to ensure that they take advantage of internships in order to impress potential employers and build useful contacts, according to an expert. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of HireScores.com, said that graduates need to ensure that they have some experience, even if it is unpaid, in order to be able to hit the ground running when they do get a graduate sales job. See article...

GradPlus 19.05.10
Recently, Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, suggested that graduates can expect to face increased competition for jobs in the banking and finance sector in the coming months. See article...

Go Yocal 03.06.10
Graduates who begin the development of a career as early as they can may find it easier to get work, according to an industry expert. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, stated that many employers are looking for staff with experience. See article...

Women In Technology 08.06.10
According to Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, graduates should start looking for internships and holiday employment as soon as possible to build a relationship with a future employer or industry. See article...

Guardian Jobs
A great example of how recruitment agencies registered with HireScores.com can use our facilities to enhance their reputation. See article...

Black Voices
According to a study done by the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, both men and women alike are at times won over by an individuals profession for a variety of different reasons. See article...

Year Out Group
Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said that with the jobs market being narrower for graduates this year, they should look to make progress on developing their career as soon as they can. See article...

Choose You At Work 05.06.10
The relationship between graduates and potential employers should start as early as possible in order to beat the competition this summer, according to an online recruitment community site. Lisette Howlett, MD of recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, says those graduating this summer should look to take advantage of summer placements and internships as they seek to identify their employer of choice after finishing university. See article...

ATL 04.06.10
Graduates leaving UK universities this Summer should begin hunting for jobs as soon as possible, it has been claimed. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of online recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said that graduates should consider a range of routes into the workplace, including internships. See article...

Brookson 27.05.10
Contractors working across a wide range of UK industries could be among those to find competition for places remaining tough despite an increase in hiring. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of recruitment agency information source HireScores.com, said that although UK businesses are set to increase their recruitment activity, employers will be quite selective. See article...

The Sales Director 27.05.10
More firms are becoming confident after the economic downturn and are starting to hire and use sales recruitment services again, according to an expert, who believes the job market will remain competitive. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of HireScores.com, stated that because many firms will not have taken on staff for a while, the selection process will be tougher due to more applicants going for positions. See article...

BMS 28.05.10
Recruiters will start hiring again but the competition may be tough. This is the view of Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of recruitment information source HireScores.com. See article...

XLN Telecom
A recruitment expert has predicted that, despite continued financial pressures, businesses may start recruiting again. Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of online community HireScores.com, explained how the employment situation may be changing. See article...

Liberty Bishop
More professionals from the UK could be tempted to try working abroad after Britain's job market was predicted to be difficult by a recruitment expert. According to Lisette Howlett, managing director and founder of HireScores.com, competition for jobs in the UK is set to remain tough as British businesses battle their way through the post-recession financial climate. See article...

MSN 28.04.10
In a nationwide search to find the UK's ideal celebrity office by the UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, Lord Alan Sugar has been voted the best CEO by 80% of office workers, while Manchester United's manager Sir Alex Ferguson comes in a close second as the best Managing Director. See article...

Metro 28.04.10
A poll by the UK's only recruitment agency review website, HireScores.com, revealed that Simon Cowell would be Britain's favourite HR manager in the perfect office team, while Lord Alan Sugar would be hired as CEO. See article...

The Sun
National 'red top' newspaper The Sun reports recent findings by the UK's only recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Personnel Today 29.04.10
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, polled 1,386 people to find out which well-known names they would like to see in business roles. See article...

HR 28.04.10
A survey by the UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, found 82% of the respondents said they thought the Britain's Got Talent judge would be perfect for a career in HR, with half of those saying it was his ruthless manner that would work well in this 'hiring and firing' role. See article...

The Business Hub
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has today revealed that Lord Alan Sugar is the dream CEO, with Simon Cowell in the HR department. See article...

JSA Group 30.04.10
A nationwide survey conducted by recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, to staff the UK's ideal celebrity office found 82% of the respondents said they thought the Britain's Got Talent judge would be perfect for a career in HR. 50% of them stated that it was his ruthless manner that would work well in a 'hiring and firing' role. See article...

Celebrity Angels
Research into the UK's ideal office put Alan Sugar as the best CEO, with Simon Cowell in HR. Recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, polled 1,386 people to find out who would be in their dream office. See article...

Contractor Supermarket
A nationwide survey conducted by the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, to staff's ideal celebrity office found 82% of the respondents said they thought the Britain's Got Talent judge would be perfect in HR. 50% of them stated that it was his ruthless manner that would work well. See article...

Employee Benefits Talk 30.04.10
Three quarters of UK workers would consider either taking a pay cut or reducing their hours if their company was in financial difficulty, according to HireScores.com, the recruitment agency review site. See article...

Equality South West 14.04.10
Three quarters of British workers are still happy to take pay cuts or work fewer hours to save their company as the economy struggles to recover. New nationwide research, conducted by the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has revealed that nearly three in four workers would have taken pay cuts or worked fewer hours during the recession in a bid to save their company. See article...

Corporate You At Work
A new piece of research, conducted by recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has shown that nearly three-in-four workers would have taken pay cuts or worked less hours to save their firm and their jobs during the recession. See article...

Straco International
Three-quarters of British workers would have considered taking a pay cut or cutting down on their hours if their company was in financial difficulty during the recession, according to the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Career Journal 26.04.10
New nationwide research conducted by the UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has revealed that nearly three quarters of workers would have taken pay cuts or worked less hours during the recession in a bid to save their company. See article...

Sage
New research has found that nearly two-thirds of UK workers would take a pay cut in order to help their employer recover after the recession. The nationwide study, conducted by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, polled 1,298 workers to see how far they would have gone to help their company survive. See article...

Grad Plus
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in transport and utilities may be interested to hear that a recruitment expert has reinforced the importance of individuals having access to training at work. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, said that access to training is vital for individuals and beneficial to organisations that offer it. See article...

Microsoft 07.04.10 #2
New government measures have come into effect allowing employees the right to request time for study or training. Commenting on the announcement, Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, stated that access to training is important for individuals and beneficial to the organisation. See article...

Microsoft 13.04.10
Up to a third of employees who currently lack access to training will use a new right to request time away from work, it has been reported. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, recently claimed that employee training can be important to both businesses and employees. See article...

BMS 30.04.10
More people in sales roles are becoming confident to get a new job in the industry, as one expert has suggested that more employees are showing signs of job hunting. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said: There are a proportion of new job seekers who are considering leaving their current roles to look for alternatives because they are feeling more confident about the economic climate. See article...

Microsoft 07.04.10 #1
Small businesses may be able to benefit from providing additional training to employees, it has been suggested. According to Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, businesses which invest in the professional development of their employees are rewarded with a more motivated and engaged workforce. See article...

Women In Technology 08.04.10
People with jobs in IT and other industries will now be allowed to request time off work for training purposes under a new government legislation passed yesterday (April 6th). Welcoming the move, Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, commented: I think it will certainly raise the profile of training and hopefully give individuals the confidence to explore possible training. See article...

Able Skills
Electrical courses could become increasingly popular among Brits after an expert suggested that there are plenty of benefits to extra training and education in the workplace. Spokeswoman for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com said: I think training and education, almost regardless of the subject matter, is a good thing. See article...

Chartered Management Institute 27.04.10
There has been a rise in the number of people looking for new job roles and a lot more looking to change job, it has been claimed. Applications per job are at a 20-month high this month showing See article...

TEFL 26.04.10
Using social networking sites while searching for jobs will make the process easier and open new doors for jobseekers, an industry figure has said. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, claims that this is just one step those looking for employment can take to help their search and reach prospective employers. See article...

Brookson 27.04.10
The increase in the number of jobs available in the UK should be judged carefully, according to a new report. Despite this, Lisette Howlett, a spokesperson for online recruitment portal HireScores.com, said there is evidence of renewed confidence among those searching for new roles. See article...

GCS 26.04.10
Many people are looking to change jobs now the economic downturn has started to ease, it has been claimed. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for online recruitment directory HireScores.com, said her organisation has seen a 'steady' increase in the number of people looking for new roles. See article...

Purcon 27.04.10
Candidates going in search of procurement jobs need to look for work experience in order to make themselves more employable. Targeting the relevant companies is also important, noted Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, who suggested that social media is one way of achieving this. See article...

The Mirror 15.04.10 #3
In a tough jobs market it's vital you do everything possible to stand out from the crowd. To bring you ten ways to make yourself more employable we've teamed up with Lisette Howlett, founder and MD of recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

The Guardian 21.04.10
Our live CV clinics have been getting a great response from savvy readers keen to whip their CVs into shape. The panel will include: Lisette Howlett, HR and recruitment consultant with more than 20 years experience with firms including ICI and Zeneca/Astra Zeneca, as well as local government and the public sector. See article...

USA Today
10 tips to help you get a job. In a tough jobs market it's vital you do everything possible to stand out from the crowd. We've teamed up with Lisette Howlett, who runs her own HR consulting business and is founder of HireScores.com. See article...

The Mirror 15.04.10 #2
We've teamed up with managing director of the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com to offer you 10 ways to make yourself more employable. (1) Clean up your online profile - ensure Facebook and Twitter pages only have details you want potential employers to see. See article...

The Mirror 15.04.10 #1
In a tough jobs market it's vital you do everything possible to stand out from the crowd. We've teamed up with Lisette Howlett, who runs her own HR consulting business and is founder of HireScores.com, a site that lets jobseekers review their experiences with recruitment agencies, to bring you 10 ways to make you more employable. See article...

Pareto Law 09.04.10
Graduate job hunters looking to find employment where they can develop their skills may be interested to hear that a recruitment expert has reiterated the importance of individuals having access to training at work. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for HireScores.com, said that having the option to train can be mutually beneficial for both employers and their staff. See article...

BDO
Ensuring that employees have access to work-related training can be beneficial to businesses, according to one expert. Lisette Howlett, a spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said staff are likely to be more motivated if they are given opportunities to improve their skills. See article...

HR 14.04.10
New nationwide research, conducted by the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has revealed that nearly three in four workers would have taken pay cuts or worked fewer hours during the recession in a bid to save their company. See article...

The Career Management Organisation 04.04.10
More than half (53%) of British workers have looked for a new job while at work, according to new research from recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

HR Review 07.04.10
Access to training is as beneficial to businesses and organisations in the UK as it is important to individuals, one sector commentator has claimed. Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, made her comments as new government measures have come into effect that allow employees the right to request time for study or training. See article...

Recruiter 23.03.10
More than half (53%) of British workers have looked for a new job while at work, according to new research from recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. The poll of 1,489 workers shows that of the office workers who looked for a new job during their working day, 73%, said they did so as they were bored in their current role. See article...

OnRec 25.03.10
Research was recently conducted by www.HireScores.com, the UK's only recruitment agency review site concerning workers and employees looking for new jobs whilst at work. 1,235 of those surveyed were currently in employment, whilst 254 said that they were between jobs. See article...

Jobs Retail 25.03.10
Research was carried out on 1,489 members of the British public by www.HireScores.com, the UK's only recruitment agency review site. 1,235 of those surveyed were currently in employment, whilst 254 said that they were between jobs. See article...

ILM 26.03.10
Over half of Britons have looked for a new job while at work, according to research by HireScores.com. The study found that 53% of Brits have searched for a new job on work's time, with people in London most likely to be hunting for new employment. See article...

HR Review 26.03.10
According to the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, 53 per cent of respondents admitted to looking for a new place of employment while they were working, with 73 per cent of these claiming it was because they were bored in their role at that time. See article...

HR 24.03.10
More than half of employees have looked for another job during their current employers' time. According to a study of 1,489 people of working age by HireScores.com, 53% have looked for another job while at work during company time in a past or current role. See article...

Herald Scotland
A recent survey by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com estimates that all of a mothers' duties are worth between 211,000 and 435,000 per year on the open market. See article...

Ask A Mum
If mums were paid for all the jobs they do, they would earn 211,000 - 435,000, according to a recent survey. The recruitment scoring website HireScores.com surveyed nearly, 1,500 people to find out which jobs they appreciated their mums doing for them on a regular basis - then looked into just how much money mums could earn a year if they were to charge for their services. See article...

Employee Benefits
A poll, conducted by the recruitment agency review website HireScores.com, has looked into the top ten most appreciated jobs that mothers do without charging their children, and calculated they could earn up to 435,000 pounds a year if they requested a salary. See article...

The Sun 13.03.10
In light of Mother's Day HireScores.com the recruitment agency review site has polled nearly 1,500 people to see what they appreciated their mums doing the most, and has calculated that mums could be earning up to 435,000 if they were to charge. See article...

Microsoft 17.03.10
Small businesses have been urged against taking a constant stream of interns as an alternative to hiring a new employee. Lisette Howlett, a spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said that neither party benefits in such a situation. See article...

Bonjour News 07.03.10
The UK's only recruitment review site, HireScores.com commissioned research to look at the number of Brits looking for new jobs. The site polled 1,987 people, 1,567 of which were currently employed. 51% of those in employment said that they were actively looking for another role. See article...

Employee Benefits Talk
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has noted a trend in the days employees are most likely to take off sick, with 34 per cent opting for Monday and 26 per cent choosing Friday, the main reason being hangovers. See article...

HR Review 17.03.10
Businesses that take the time to offer successful training to their interns could be helping such individuals develop the skills they will need for the rest of their career, it has been claimed. However, Lisette Howlett, spokesperson for the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, said if a business is taking 'ad hoc' interns from their local college rather than giving a permanent job to a more qualified individual then it is unlikely either party will benefit. See article...

GAAPweb 25.03.10
A good internship should mean that both parties are open and honest with each other from the start about their expectations, according the the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. Spokesperson and MD Lisette Howlett explained that having agreed objectives is important to the success of the partnership. See article...

ATL 18.03.10
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has expressed concern that some young people are being exploited as unpaid labour through internship schemes. The union's view is supported by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, which claims some students in the further education sector are being lured into unpaid work experience schemes with no prospect of employment at the end of them. See article...

Chartered Management Institute
The key to a good internship is ensuring that both parties taking part have clear and agreed objectives, it has been claimed. Speaking about what makes a good internship, Lisette Howlett, a spokesperson for HireScores.com, a unique online community, information source and directory for recruitment, said it was important for employers and interns to be upfront about why they are participating in the internship. See article...

Pareto Law
Graduate job hunters may be interested to hear that a recruitment expert has claimed that students or recent university leavers could be exploited by cash-strapped firms when they enter into an unpaid internship agreement. Lisette Howlett, of the recruitment rating website HireScores.com, said that even though internships can provide students and graduates with a great introduction to the workplace, some arrangements can either leave them twiddling their thumbs or being worked to the bone. See article...

Bournes Legal Services
The results of a recent survey on work absenteeism will come as no surprise to most people, with the inevitable answer of a hangover given as the top reason for an unarranged day off. The recruitment agency review website HireScores.com conducted the survey. See article...

Chopsy Baby
The job of mum is worth up to 435,000 pounds per annum, should hard pressed mothers decide to start charging for their skills and hours. A poll of mothers by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, found that mums jobs included being a cleaner, chef, babysitter, taxi driver, banker, personal shopper, nurse, relationship counsellor, consultant and driving instructor. See article...

Recruiter 17.03.10
Recruitment agency review site HireScores.com has noted a trend in the days that workers and employees are likely to pull a sickie. See article...

Maillotjaune
The recruitment agency review site HireScores.com has worked out how much a 'mum' would earn - almost half a million quid a year - if they were paid for all the work that they do and the roles that they perform. See article...

Personnel Today 03.03.10
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com, has noted a trend in the days that employees are likely to pull a sickie with 34% opting for the Monday and 26% choosing a Friday, the main reason being that they are too hung over to work. See article...

Institute Of Leadership And Management 04.03.10
Most sick days fall on Mondays and Fridays, suggesting employees are looking for ways to extend the weekend, according to research by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Workplace Law Network 08.03.10
A new survey has found that employees are most likely to pull a sickie on a Monday or Friday, with the most popular reason being a hangover. The research by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, found that a Monday was the day that most people were likely to pull a sickie, with one in three admitting that they would be more inclined to call in ill on this day. See article...

Recruiter 05.03.10
Recruitment agency review site HireScores.com has noted a trend in the days that employees are likely to pull a sickie. Apparently, the recent study of 1,700 members of the Great British public found that Monday was the day that most people were likely to pull a sickie, with one in three admitting that they would be more inclined to call in ill on this day. See article...

HR Network Jobs 09.03.10
A recent study by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, has found that Monday was the day that most people were likely to pull a sickie, with 1 in 3 admitting that they would be more inclined to call in ill on this day. See article...

Yahoo! News
With improving economic conditions, a majority of employees in the UK are actively seeking alternative employment in hope to get a more suitable job, says a report by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Business Standard 16.02.10
With improving economic conditions, a majority of employees in the UK are actively seeking alternative employment in hope to get a more suitable job, says a report. According to the report by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, about 51 per cent of British employees who have jobs said they are actively looking out for another role. See article...

OnRec 10.02.10
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, www.HireScores.com commissioned research to look at the number of Brits looking for new jobs. The site polled 1,987 people, 1,567 of which were currently employed. 51% of those in employment said they were actively looking for another role. See article...

Institute Of Leadership And Management 10.02.10
Just over half (51%) of the people polled by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com were actively seeking alternative employment. See article...

The Globe And Mail 27.02.10
Fifty-one per cent of the British are on the hunt for a new job, according to a survey by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. The top reason: a feud with a boss or co-worker, according to 53 per cent of the 2,000 respondents. See article...

GlobeInvestor.com
Fifty-one per cent of the British are on the hunt for a new job, according to a survey by the UK's only recruitment agency scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Quest Search And Selection
February is a popular time to find a new job, according to recent research. The January payday prompts many people to heighten their search for a new job, a study from recruitment agency review website HireScores.com has found. See article...

MSC Headhunting
HireScores.com the UK's only recruitment agency review site commissioned research to look at the number of Brits looking for new jobs. The site polled 1,987 people, 1,567 of which were currently employed. 51% of those in employment said that they were actively looking for another role. See article...

AP Technical
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com commissioned research to look at the number of Brits looking for new jobs. The site polled 1,987 people, 1,567 of which were currently employed. 51% of those in employment said that they were actively looking for another role. See article...

Retail Moves
Some 51 per cent of British employees are in the process of looking for a new job, a study from the recruitment agency review website HireScores.com has revealed. See article...

DPG
With news from HireScores.com, which measures the online recruitment industry, claiming 50% of all employees are actively jobseeking, can you afford not to invest in your employees? See article...

Silicon.com 13.02.10
Firstly, this is the month where we are at our most despondent in the workplace. So perhaps it comes as no surprise it's also the month when you'll all start looking for a new job. Of the 1,500 people queried by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, 77 per cent of those who were looking for a new job said they had kicked off the search in February. See article...

World At Work
Half of adults surveyed in the United Kingdom recently revealed that they are actively looking for a new job. Commissioned research by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com found that 77% of those who were looking to get a new job said that they were doing it in February. See article...

Press Trust Of India
According to a report by the UK's only recruitment agency review site HireScores.com about 51 per cent of British employees who have jobs said they are actively looking out for another role. The survey which polled 1,567 employees, found that more than 77 per cent of those looking for a new job have been doing it in February, while a fifth are not sure when they would start job hunting. See article...

The Hindu Business Line
With improving economic conditions, a majority of employees in the UK are actively seeking alternative employment in the hope of getting a more suitable job, says a recent report. According to the report by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, about 51 per cent of British employees who have jobs said they are actively looking out for another role. See article...

Recruitment Revolution
The UK's only recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com commissioned research to look at the number of Brits looking for new jobs. The site polled 1,987 people, 1,567 of which were currently employed. 51% of those in employment said that they were actively looking for another role. See article...

The Daily Sport Online 09.02.10
Nurses have beaten air hostesses and secretaries in a poll to find the sexiest female job. The stats come from a survey by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com who polled hundreds of men and women. See article...

Metro Herald 28.01.10
Most people would date someone based on their job, with doctors and nurses topping the sexiest professions, according to a new report by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

The Sport 28.01.10
A recent survey by the recruitment agency review website HireScores.com asking whether a persons job would make you more or less likely to date them was picked up by The Daily Sport. See article...

Business Media Roundup
The recruitment agency review site HireScores.com polled 1,256 people to find out whether a job could have an impact on whether someone is dateable. Those polled comprised 693 women and 563 men. See article...

Orange Genie
Research by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com published in November 2009 indicated that 69 per cent of job candidates have lied on their CV in some way to aid recruitment and get a job. See article...

Yorkshire Evening Post 27.01.10
Most people would date someone based on their job, with doctors and nurses topping the sexiest professions, according to a new survey by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Flight Crew Finder
A survey conducted by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com of 1,277 people currently in employment has revealed that a whopping 69% of them had lied at some stage of the recruitment process, in either their current or a previous job role. See article...

Recruiter 11.12.09
Three in four UK workers are taking on a hobby to impress prospective employers, according to a new poll by the recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment International 15.01.10
HireScores.com the UK's leading recruitment scoring website has announced its results for 2009; revealing the top ten recruitment agencies in the UK according to candidates, subject to receiving a minimum number of ratings. See article...

Cambridge News
Would you take up a hobby just to impress the boss? Seventy-six percent of us do, according to the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Approach The Market
The recruitment agency review site HireScores.com surveyed 1,277 people in employment on whether they had lied to secure a position. 69% admitted they had told an untruth in some way. See article...

Skills Provision
Lisette Howlett the managing director of the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, recently said that European recruitment agencies which are attentive to the needs of an employer are more likely to be successful when coming out of the recession, See article...

Benedix 11.12.09
Most UK workers are taking on hobbies to impress prospective employers, according to a new survey by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Job Descriptions 24.12.09
Lots of people are taking up a new hobby in order to impress potential employers when they submit their CV. Research carried out by the recruitment agency review site HireScores.com found that three quarters of people questioned were taking on hobbies to bolster their CV. See article...

Randstad 11.12.09
The recruitment agency review site HireScores.com conducted a poll on 1,279 individuals, which revealed that 76 per cent were partaking in new activities to improve their CVs, recruiters reported. See article...

South Wales Argus 16.12.09
The recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, carried out research to find out the number of people who take part in activities just to make themselves look more interesting and found out that 76 per cent of British workers had taken part in extracurricular activities to enhance their recruitment chances and job prospects. See article...

Gazette Series
HireScores.com, a recruitment agency review site, conducted research and found out that 76 per cent of British workers had taken part in extracurricular activities to make their job prospects greater. See article...

The Career Management Organisation
Three in four UK workers are taking on a hobby to impress prospective employers, according to a new poll by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Stroud News And Journal
HireScores.com, a recruitment agency review site, conducted research and found out that 76 per cent of British workers had taken part in extracurricular activities to make their job prospects greater. See article...

Oakleaf
More than two out of three people currently in employment (68%) lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs, according to recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Benedix
The internet offers a great tool for people looking to track down their dream banking graduate jobs, it has been suggested...recently, a survey by HireScores.com revealed that 76 per cent of people are using activities and hobbies to make their CVs more impressive. See article...

European Recruitment Agency 25.12.09
Lisette Howlett, managing director of online resource HireScores.com, recently said that European recruitment agencies which are attentive to the needs of an employer are more likely to be successful when coming out of the recession. See article...

Andhra Lekha
In case you need to find a new job, recruitment guru Lisette Howlett, MD at HireScores.com has devised some tips to help you get started. See article...

Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Standard 16.12.09
HireScores.com, a recruitment agency review site, conducted research and found out that 76 per cent of British workers had taken part in extracurricular activities to make their job prospects greater. See article...

Recruitment Today 22.12.09
More than two out of three people currently in employment (68%) lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs, according to recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. See article...

Job Descriptions 22.12.09
An applicant who lied on his CV in order to secure a job has been ordered to pay over 2000 pounds after admitting fraud. The prosecution comes after Lisette Howlett, managing director of HireScores.com, recently warned applicants that lying on a CV can jeopardise a persons chances of employment. See article...

The Irish News 19.11.09
Seven in ten people admit they have lied in some way to get a job, even if the lie was not needed. While many see that as harmless, in some cases it can mean the difference between getting the job and keeping it, to getting sacked if your boss finds out. Recruitment agency review site HireScores.com anonymously asked people in employment if they lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

Free My CV
A survey conducted by HireScores.com of 1,277 people currently in employment has revealed that a whopping 60 per cent of them had lied at some stage of the recruitment process, in either their current or a previous job role. See article...

Microsoft 19.11.09
Almost seven out of ten employees questioned in a recent survey claimed they had lied in some way to secure their current job. The research, conducted by recruitment agency review site HireScores.com, highlights the dangers faced by employers who fail to carry out CV checks and pre-employment screening. See article...

Coping With Unemployment
A survey conducted by HireScores.com of 1,277 people currently in employment has revealed that a whopping 69 per cent of them had lied at some stage of the recruitment process, in either their current or a previous job role. See article...

OnRec.com 18.11.09
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

Brookson 18.11.09
The majority of people currently in work have lied on their CV, a new study has found. Almost 70 per cent of respondents admitted to lying in order to secure their position, in a questionnaire given to 1,277 people by online recruitment information service HireScores.com. See article...

Input Youth
More than two thirds of jobseekers lie to get employed, a survey has revealed. Some 69 per cent will lie during the recruitment process, with 36 per cent admitting to using a false referee. See article...

Recruiter 20.11.09
Almost seven in ten candidates admit to lying in order to get a new job, according to research from recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Workplace Law Network 17.11.09
New research from HireScores.com, the recruitment agency review site, suggests that 69% of employees have lied to get a job. HireScores.com asked 1,277 people who are currently in employment whether they had told untruths to secure a position. They found that 69 per cent of candidates had lied in some way to get their job. See article...

GAAP Web 18.11.09
Competition for jobs is tough between graduates and many people are willing to bend the truth and be misleading when applying for work, a study has found. According to the study by the UK's leading recruitment agency review website HireScores.com, almost seven in ten (69 per cent) people have told some sort of lie to get a job. See article...

Wiltshire And Gloucestershire Standard 02.12.09
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

HR Network Jobs 18.11.09
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 percent had. See article...

U Talk Marketing
Recent research by the UK's leading recruitment review website has found that almost 70 per cent of people told some form of lie during their recruitment process. See article...

Women In Technology
Last month, a survey by the UK's leading recruitment agency review website HireScores.com found that 69 per cent of people had lied in some way on their CV. See article...

Jobs Retail
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review website, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

Sales HQ
In a recent study the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com found that 69% of people had lied in some way as part of the jobhunting and recruitment process. See article...

Farther Than The Eye Can See
Research carried out by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com found that a whopping 69% of people had lied in some way to get a job, even if the lie wasn't needed, with many found out down the line. See article...

Corrective Advertising
No less than 70% of job applicants write lies in their Curriculum Vitae, that is the conclusion of an investigation by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

The Tivy-Side Advertiser
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they had lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

Milkround.com 18.11.09
More than two thirds of jobseekers lie to get employed, a survey by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com has revealed. Some 69 percent will lie during the recruitment process, with 36 percent admitting to using a false referee. See article...

HR Review 12.11.09
More HR teams and managers are turning to lie detectors as part of their recruitment process in order to determine if suitable candidates have been lying on their CVs, it has been reported. Lisette Howlett, managing director of HireScores.com, recently stated that recruitment agencies need to go the extra mile in order to attract clients during the recession, although it remains to be seen if they will consider using lie detectors. See article...

Job Descriptions
Over two thirds of people have lied on their CV when applying for a job, a new survey has found. A poll of 1,277 people currently in employment conducted by HireScores.com found that 69 per cent admit to having embellished or lied outright on their CV to enhance their chances of getting the job. See article...

South Wales Argus
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review site, has anonymously asked people currently in employment if they had lied during the recruitment process with their current and previous jobs and found that 69 per cent had. See article...

European Recruitment Agency
European recruitment agencies which are attentive to the needs of the employer are more likely to fare well during the recession, according to one specialist. Lisette Howlett, managing director of online resource HireScores.com, said companies are more likely to use European recruitment agencies that focus on which candidates are the best fit for each role. See article...

Fresh Business Thinking
According to a recent report conducted by the recruitment rating website HireScores.com, 69% of 1,277 respondents admitted to not being honest in their job applications. See article...

Yorkshire Post
More than two thirds of people lie in some wayto get a job, according to recruitment agency review site HireScores.com. In a survey of more than 1,200 people they found 69 per cent of candidates had lied in some way to get their job. See article...

Second Post 18.11.09
More than two thirds of jobseekers lie to get employed, a survey has revealed. Some 69 percent will lie during the recruitment process, with 36 percent admitting to using a false referee. See article...

Computeach
The majority of applicants tell a lie on their CV when they apply for a new job, according to new research from the recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

BMS
The UK's leading recruitment review website HireScores.com recently undertook to survey employees, workers and job candidates about whether or not they had ever lied as part of the recruitment process. Shockingly 69% said they had lied in some way to secure employment. See article...

Dorset Business 18.11.09
HireScores.com, the recruitment agency review site, found in a survey that 90 per cent of job candidates had bent the truth in one way or another to gain their current position. See article...

Bounty
Recent research published by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com revealed that many employees and workers are prepared to lie on a CV or job application. See article...

Workplace Law Network 06.11.09
A new survey has revealed that 46% of Brits working in specialist jobs have used their skills to work privately outside office hours. Recruitment agency review site, HireScores.com surveyed 1,471 workers anonymously. See article...

Recruitment Today
Nearly half of Britons working specialist jobs have done secret work outside of office hours to earn extra money. The recruitment scoring website HireScores.com asked people anonymously - from all walks of life - to see which industries and professions were making money on the side. See article...

Recruiter 04.11.09
Almost half of UK workers have worked cash in hand, according to a survey by recruitment agency review website HireScores.com. See article...

Changing Careers
HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment agency review website, has asked people anonymously if they have done work outside of office hours to earn extra money and found that 46% of Brits working specialist jobs were doing so. See article...

Money, Debt & Credit
A large proportion of people are having to take on extra work outside of their regular job in order to cope financially, it has been revealed. According to research from the recruitment rating website HireScores.com, 46 per cent of people have taken on extra work in order to cope with the recession. See article...

Grad Plus
Graduates looking for work may be more inclined to choose a recruitment agency that offers additional services, it has been suggested. According to the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, the recession has made firms less keen to take on employees through agencies as they wish to cut their expenditure. See article...

The Bottom Line
According to a poll of almost 1,500 employees by the recruitment rating website HireScores.com, 46% of staff in specialist jobs said they had earned money outside of work. See article...

La Creme
Almost half of employees working in specialist jobs have worked outside office hours to earn extra cash, a new survey by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals. See article...

Silicon.com
A survey of more than 1,400 UK workers and employees by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com revealed that almost half had moonlighted to earn extra cash. See article...

Abacus Finance
According to a study conducted by HireScores.com - a UK based recruitment agency review website - 46 per cent of respondents admitted to earning morning outside their day jobs. See article...

GAAPweb 10.11.09
Graduate recruitment firms who select candidates for job interviews based on their suitability for the role are likely to have more work to offer, it has been claimed. This is because employers are more likely to use a firm that offers them something extra by taking away a layer of workload, according to the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

HR 04.11.09
According to a poll of almost 1,500 employees and workers by the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, 46% of staff in specialist jobs said they had earned money outside of work. See article...

The Bolton News
Millions of British workers and employees are too nervous or too busy to take their full lunch break which translates into millions of hours of unpaid work for employers. See article...

Management Today
Over a quarter of British workers claim they're far too busy now to leave the office for lunch. 28% of British workers and employees fail to leave the office all day, according to a new survey by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Watford Observer
A study commissioned by recruitment scoring website, HireScores.com, shows that 1 in 4 employees are now taking a working lunch due to heavy workload and fear of job security. See article...

Pitman Training
In the run up to the Adult Skills exhibition in London Pitman Training spoke with careers expert and founder of the recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Small Business 08.10.09
According to a study commissioned by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, one in four workers and employees rarely take a lunch break. See article...

The Irish News
More than a quarter of all workers and employees in Britain and Northern Ireland don't set foot out of the workplace all day, with 14 per cent claiming they rarely find time to eat a proper lunch. See article...

Dorset Business
British workers are too nervous or too busy to take their full lunch break. That is according to research by HireScores.com, the recruitment scoring website. See article...

The Huddersfield Daily Examiner
HireScores.com reports that British workers are taking up to forty five million hours of unpaid overtime a week by foregoing their lunch hour. See article...

Frankly HR
HireScores.com survey on British workers wasting a third of their working day 'pretending' to look busy mentioned by the blog of Frank Hobson Consulting. See article...

Workforce Vision
Workforce Vision covers US employment and recruitment market story as seen on HireScores.com See article...

is4profit 13.09.09
Good looking bosses can be a major distraction for employees and even create resentment in the workplace, according to research by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

The Daily Star
Almost half of British males would not work hard if they had an attractive female boss. In a new survey by the UK's recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, men admit that a good looking manager is only likely to make them lose focus on the job. See article...

The Telegraph Calcutta India
In the workplace beauty can be a major distraction and according to a recent study by UK recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, an attractive boss reduces productivity. See article...

Business Standard
A recent study of nearly 2000 British workers by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com showed that working for an attractive boss of the opposite sex has more pitfalls than one may expect. See article...

This Is Money 21.09.09
Employment prospects for graduates may be bleak, but they should beware of trusting recruitment firms. A recruitment industry site where feedback from job candidates is used to rank the best and the worst job agencies is HireScores.com and would be a good place to start. See article...

Rediff Business
A recent study of nearly 2000 British workers by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, revealed that working for a pretty or handsome boss of the opposite effect can adversely affect job results and workplace tensions. See article...

Executive PA
New research from the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals that many employees and workers would find it uncomfortable to work for an attractive manager or boss of the opposite sex See article...

The Manufacturing Network 01.10.09
Good looking bosses can be a major distraction for employees in the workplace according to research by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

Institute Of Leadership And Management 28.08.09
Good looking managers in the workplace could face problems when it comes to their workers getting on with their jobs, a new study by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com has found. See article...

Career Doctor 26.08.09
According to a poll by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com 47% of male employees claim they would be too distracted to work for an attractive female manager and 53% of female workers would be intimidated if they worked for a good looking man. See article...

GAAP
Attractive bosses a distraction to employees in the workplace according to research by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

The Start Up Donut
Good looking bosses can be a major distraction for employees in the workplace and can even create resentment according to research by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

HireScores.com On YouTube
The recent press release by HireScores.com covering how male workers and female employees feel about having an attractive manager of the opposite sex has been mentioned in a recent YouTube clip advertising beautiful fax machines. See article...

HR 26.08.09
According to a poll of 1,886 employees by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com, 47% of male workers claim they would be too distracted to work for an attractive female boss and 53% of women would be intimidated if they worked for a good looking man. See article...

SME WEB
The UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com survey of how workers and employees feel about having an attractive boss of the opposite sex and how it affects the workplace environment covered by SME WEB. See article...

Recruiter 26.08.09
Recruiter covers study by recruitment rating website HireScores.com concerning male and female employees' thoughts on attractive bosses. See article...

Canadian Globe & Mail 01.09.09
Canadian Globe and Mail reports on findings by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com concerning male and females employees and how they would feel about having an attractive member of the opposite sex as their supervisor. See article...

TUC Changing Times News
Almost one in four British workers are too scared to take their full holiday allowance this year because they are concerned about Job Security or believe themselves too busy according to a new survey by Britain's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

Microsoft 06.08.09
Research by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals almost a quarter of managers try to resolve workplace issues via MSN or email and three quarters of workers and employees feel more confident raising issues with their managers in this way See article...

Head Office
A study by HireScores.com has revealed that 18% of employers find it easier to resolve workplace problems virtually, preferring to contact employees using methods such as email See article...

Healthy Direct
Employees that do a little work whilst on holiday may actively lower their stress levels rather than simply ignoring what may be going on at work See article...

HR Review 06.08.09
While email and instant messaging is becoming increasingly popular between employees in the workplace, HR staff and managers should keep in mind the importance of face to face internal communication. Recently published research by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals 20% of managers resolve workplace difficulties via MSN or email. See article...

Institute Of Leadership And Management
Face to face meetings between employers and employees should be held to deal with any problems as using email to resolve them can make things worse a new study has found by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com See article...

Onrec 04.08.09
HireScores.com research reveals electronic communication such as emails and MSN messenger are being used in workplaces to try and resolve work issues and problems. Lisette Howlett the founder of HireScores.com comments on the findings. See article...

Recruitment International 02.09.09
Research by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website reveals that some HR managers would consider using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter in the future as their only recruitment source. See article...

HR 14.08.09
According to recent research by HireScores.com almost a fifth of managers would prefer to sort out issues in the workplace using email or MSN messsenger, rather than talking to staff face to face. See article...

About.com
A study by the British recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals that 65% of parents feel a week's holiday is more stressful than working full time and almost half confessed they do not look forward to family holidays. See article...

Ashdown Group 06.08.09
31% of managers feel resolving issues in the workplace by MSN or email will actually make the situation worse according to recent study by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website. See article...

Business Car
Recruitment scoring website HireScores.com found 23% of UK workers will sacrifice holiday this year thanks to workload, job security fears and understaffing. See article...

Brookson
Recent research from recruitment scoring website HireScores.com revealed that many managers would prefer to resolve potential problems and disputes with employees and workers electronically either via email or MSN messenger. See article...

The MotivAction Group
Social Media is great for team building and positive interactions but managers must face challenges face to face. This as the UK's leading recruitment rating website HireScores.com reveals that 20% of managers would happily discuss office issues with workers and employees electronically rather than face to face. See article...

Workplace Law Network 06.08.09
A survey by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com has found that 1 in 6 office managers now allows MSN messenger in the workplace and 96% of them expect it only to be used for work purposes. See article...

Ashdown Group 12.08.09
Research by recruitment scoring firm HireScores.com has revealed that 20 per cent of managers confess that the majority of issues arising from office politics are discussed or resolved through virtual means. See article...

Silo Breaker 15.07.09
According to online jobsite and recruitment rating website HireScores.com 63% of managers think social networking may be their only source of recruitment in a few years. See article...

HR 15.07.09
The days of recruitment agencies could be numbered as according to a survey by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com one in five managers would consider using social networking as their only method of recruiting new employees. See article...

Recruiter 15.07.09
One in three managers use social networking for recruiting workers and employees and one in five would consider using it as their only recruitment tool according to a survey by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Recruitment International 17.07.09
Many recruiters and job agencies are turning to social networking sites for new recruitment possibilities. Is this the beginning of the end for traditional recruitment agencies? See article...

Ashdown Group
Many Brits are working away their holidays it seems according to findings by the UK's leading recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

PR Inside
Many recruitment agencies and job seekers are struggling through these turbulent times but HireScores.com, the UK's leading recruitment scoring website, offers careers advice and recruitment advice to a growing number of recruitment agencies and candidates as more people wise up on how to beat the recession. See article...

Imaginative Traveller 17.07.09
Many workers and employees spend time on holiday working as a way of controlling their job stress levels. The founder of Britain's leading recruitment rating website HireScores.com, Lisette Howlett comments that employees should plan better before leaving work so they enjoy their time away from work to the maximum. See article...

Daily Express Online
A quarter of workers will not take full holiday entitlement this year due to redundancy fears and a large backlog of work due to other employees being made redundant. This according to survey conducted by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Daily Express
One in four workers will not take full job holiday entitlement this year due to redundancy fears in the workplace. These figures according to survey undertaken by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

Edinburgh Evening News
Many British working parents find a holiday away with the children more stressful than work itself. This according to a recent poll and survey by the UK's leading recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

People Management 14.07.09
A study by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals that many British workers will not take full holiday entitlement this year due to redundancy fears and insecurity believing this will make a good impression on their bosses. See article...

Institute Of leadership And Management
New study by recruitment rating website HireScores.com shows that many working parents find the prospect of a holiday with the children more stressful than work itself. See article...

U Talk Marketing
Candidates CV lies on BBC's The Apprentice sparks job seeker and worker queries concerning personal CV's to the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

MasterTP.com
Seventy percent of workers and job candidates admit to lying on CV's and since The Apprentice aired recruitment rating website HireScores.com has received numbers of enquires concerning CV advice. See article...

Response Source 23.06.09
Recruitment scoring website HireScores.com receives influx of enquires from job candidates concerning CV advice. See article...

Workplace Law Network
Recruitment scoring website HireScores.com's study concerning a quarter of British workers not taking full holiday entitlement covered by Workplace Law Network. See article...

Irish Times
Kids add to holiday stress as the Irish Times covers working parent study by recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

Save Borrow Spend
Many working parents find a holiday with the kids more stressful than a week of working See article...

HR 18.06.09
A quarter of employees don't take full holiday entitlement according to new report by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

RDB Pro Net
RDB Pro Net reports on recruitment rating website HireScores.com's top ten recruiter list as voted on by jobseekers and candidates. See article...

Personnel Today 27.05.09
HireScores.com top ten recruitment agency and job agency list as voted for by candidates published by Personnel Today. See article...

Mommy Track'd
Mommy Track'd reports on story from HireScores.com about working parents taking family holidays with the children and finding them more stressful than work itself. See article...

Cafe Mom
Cafe Mom website covers story by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com concerning working parents and family holidays. See article...

Parent Dish
Parent Dish quote from survey by recruitment rating website HireScores.com in story about family vacations being more stressful than work. See article...

Davies Development Services
Davies Development Services press release offering good advice to job seekers on how to find a job online mentions recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

Sky Scanner
Flight search engine Sky Scanner reports on press release by recruitment rating website HireScores.com concerning working parents and family holidays. See article...

USA Today
A holiday is supposed to be a stress free break from employment and work pressures but so many working parents feel that a week away with the kids may actually be more stressful than being at work. See article...

Business Week
US Business Week website covers HireScores.com working parents research. Many parents find the prospect of a week away with the kids more stressful than being at work. See article...

Daily Mail Online 19.05.09
Working parents would rather face the stress of working and their jobs than the prospect of a family holiday according to new research by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com. See article...

The Scotsman
Research recently carried out by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com shows the rules that employees and workers hate to follow whilst doing their jobs. See article...

BT Business 12.05.09
The need for a decent Summer break is what many workers and employees are thinking about right now. Startling research conducted by Britain's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com reveals that many working parents actually find holidays with the kids as stressful as work itself. See article...

Communication Workers Union
Workplace bullying is responsible for the loss of nearly 19 million working days per year in the UK. Research by recruitment rating website HireScores.com looks into this troubling matter. See article...

Human Resources 14.05.09
Research from recruitment scoring website HireScores.com shows many working parents find a holiday with the children more stressful than full time work. See article...

The Institute Of The Motor Industry
While 94 per cent of UK workers and employees dislike rules at work one in ten resent employers that do not have any according to new research by recruitment rating website HireScores.com. See article...

GAAP Web
Many working parents prefer work it would seem than holidays with the kids as the build up of work that will be waiting for them on their return to work can cause much stress. See article...

Xpert HR
History will record April 2009 as a good month for British employees and workers with holiday entitlement increasing to 28 days though many working parents find the prospect of a holiday with the kids more stressful than work itself. See article...

HR Network Jobs
Research commissioned by the UK's leading recruitment scoring website HireScores.com has found that many working parents don't enjoy family holidays an actually find them more stressful than work itself. See article...

Productivity Software
Prodsoft website covers HireScores.com's no internet at work rule portion of recent worker survey. See article...

Equality North East 15.05.09
HireScores.com research that shows working parents don't think taking a family holiday is worth the stress covered by equality north east. See article...

Web User
Web User covers HireScores.com study on workplace rules and regulations that really annoy employees and workers. See article...

Guru Blog
Personnel Today's Guru Blog covers story researched by HireScores.com regarding working parents feeling that family holidays can be more stressful than work itself. See article...

HR Zone 18.03.09
HRZone.co.uk covers the study commissioned by recruitment rating website HireScores.com on potential female job seeker discrimination. See article...

Jobacle.com
Jobacle.com quotes story by recruitment rating website HireScores.com concerning British workers wasting time during working day. See article...

College Recruiter
College Recruiter covers story by recruitment rating website HireScores.com on what many British workers and employees do to waste time at work when they actually should be doing their jobs. See article...

T.M. Lewin
HireScores.com the UK's leading recruitment rating website reveals the list of workplace rules that employees hate. See article...

Bistro Chic
Bistro Chic covers study by recruitment rating website HireScores.com concerning percentage of UK workers and employees who stated they'd be prepared to sleep their way to job promotion and career progression rather than working hard. See article...

Financial Mail Women's Forum
Young women could be ruled out as potential employees by nearly half of all business owners worried that they might have to fund maternity leave, worrying new research has revealed. See article...

M&A
Businesses' internet policies have topped a list of employees' most hated work rules, a survey has shown. See article...

The Works - Small Business Hub
Internet policies - do you know what you're doing? News has surfaced that those strict internet policies that you are enforcing on your staff aren't very appreciated. See article...

InformSME 14.04.09
Businesses' internet policies have topped a list of employees' most hated work rules, a survey has shown. See article...

IET Knowledge Network
Internet usage policies, 'the customer is always right' policy, scheduled lunch breaks, and dress codes, make it to the Top 5 rules British workers really hate, according to a survey by HireScores.com. See article...

Small Business 03.04.09
Businesses internet policies have topped a list of employees most hated work rules, a survey has shown. See article...

USP
The UK's leading recruitment scoring website reveals the rules people hate to obey at work and it seems Brits are a hard nation to please. See article...

Information Age
Employees spend around a quarter of the working day surfing the internet and using personal email, research shows. See article...

Blog Catalog
The UK's leading recruitment scoring website reveals the rules people hate to obey at work and it seems British workers are a hard lot to please. See article...

Lee & Nightingale 02.04.09
HireScores.com studied a total of 1,1017 workers, and found that 34 per cent of respondents hated that they are not allowed to use the internet at work. See article...

RSS Daily
Businesses' internet policies have topped a list of employees' most hated work rules, a survey has shown. See article...

Response Source 02.04.09
The UK's leading recruitment scoring website reveals the rules people hate to obey at work. See article...

Digg.com
HireScores.com offer a fantastic source for recruitment agencies, an online community and directory focusing on the latest news, information and collective recruitment agency data. See article...

Source Wire 02.04.09
The UK's leading recruitment scoring website reveals the rules people hate to obey at work. See article...

Microsoft
Some companies may be walking an employment law tightrope by allowing gender factors to affect their recruitment decisions, new research suggests. See article...

HSBC
Almost half of managers say that the age and gender of job candidates influences their decision about whether to recruit them, according to online recruitment firm HireScores.com. See article...

My Business 12.03.09
Business owners are cautious about hiring young women, new research suggests. See article...

The Business Desk 12.03.09
More than two thirds of business managers have admitted that they would ask female job seekers their current and future family plans, if the law permitted it. See article...

Lee And Nightingale
Many UK firms still discriminate against employment candidates on the basis of their age and sex, despite laws designed to prevent such bias. See article...

Quest
Sex with the boss is the preferred career development for some workers. See article...

Witan Jardine 12.03.09
More than eight out of ten managers in the UK have said that they would like to ask young female candidates, including those doing marketing jobs, about their future family plans if they were legally allowed to. See article...

Equality North East
Small firms cautious about employing young women. See article...

Abbey 20.03.09
Small business owners are the most cautious company owners when it comes to hiring young women. See article...

Director of Finance Online 12.03.09
81% of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted. See article...

Russel Jones and Walker 16.03.09
Many UK firms still discriminate against employment candidates on the basis of their age and sex, despite laws designed to prevent such bias. See article...

B Daily 16.03.09
Small business owners are the most cautious when it comes to hiring young women, according to a survey by recruitment agency HireScores.com. See article...

HR Look 14.03.09
81 percent of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it. See article...

Access
Businesses are likely to find that the introduction of family friendly policies, particularly during the economic downturn, allows them to improve their staff retention and productivity, an expert claims. See article...

Simply Business 12.03.09
50% of managers still discriminate against women between 26 and 35 at interviews according to research by a recruitment scoring site, HireScores.com. See article...

HR 12.03.09
Almost half (49%) of business managers confess age and gender does have a bearing on their decision to recruit someone. See article...

Jobs News Wire 20.03.09
Companies should not be looking at factors such as relationship status and age when recruiting people during the recession, it has been argued. See article...

Times Online 30.03.09
For two generations, the fight for time off work after the birth of a child has focused exclusively on rights for women. But today a call comes from an unlikely source that turns this on it's head. See article...

Equality South West
Small business owners are the most cautious when it comes to hiring young women, according to a survey by recruitment agency HireScores.com. See article...

Mediabharti
81% of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it. See article...

She Tribes
50% of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it. See article...

HR Review 19.03.09
Companies wanting to improve their staff retention and engender loyalty in their employees should consider offering family friendly policies. See article...

Duport
50% of employers take a womans relationship status and age into account when they are applying for a job, according to new research. See article...

Personnel Today 16.03.09
The equalities commission has admitted that it is not surprising that employers are discriminating against young women to protect themselves from the costs of maternity leave. See article...

New Business 19.03.09
Small business owners are the most cautious company owners when it comes to hiring young women. See article...

Ingrams Solicitors
Many employers would ask personal questions to potential recruits if they were allowed to, according to a new survey. See article...

Job 168
The equalities commission has admitted that it is not surprising that employers are discriminating against young women to protect themselves from the costs of maternity leave. See article...

British Chambers Of Commerce 17.03.09
Business owners are cautious about hiring young women, new research suggests. See article...

Family Friendly Working
If you have kids, or are planning a family, youll be alarmed by findings from a new survey. See article...

Lamport Bassitt
Many firms still engage in age and sex discrimination during the recruitment of new staff members, it has been suggested. See article...

Vizards Tweedie
A new study has indicated that many employers would potentially discriminate against female workers if employment laws permitted them to. See article...

The Financial Times
One in 56 UK businesses is set to fail this year, new research from BDO Stoy Hayward has warned. As the recession deepens, more than 36,000 companies are expected to fail in 2009. See article...

ACPR
If you have kids, or are planning a family, youll be alarmed by findings from a new survey. See article...

Source Wire 12.03.09
81 per cent of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it and 49 per cent of managers confess that age and gender does factor in to their final decision on whether to recruit someone. See article...

Fresh Business Thinking
81 per cent of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it and 49 per cent of managers confess that age and gender does factor in to their final decision on whether to recruit someone. See article...

Response Source 12.03.09
81% of British business managers admit that they would ask female job seekers their future and current family plans if the law permitted it and 49% of managers confess that age and gender does factor in to their final decision on whether to recruit someone. See article...

The Mirror (Online) 19.02.09
A fifth of British workers would sleep with their boss to gain an instant promotion, a study claims. See article...

The Sport 19.02.09
British workers would rather get their leg over with their boss than work hard to get a promotion. See article...

The Mirror 19.02.09
A fifth of British workers would sleep with their boss to gain an instant promotion, a study claims. A further quarter would kiss their managers to get a rise, while another 17 per cent would consider it if the money was right. See article...

Business Matters 06.03.09
A study commissioned by the UKs leading recruitment scoring website has found that 1 in 5 British workers would rather have sex with their boss for a quick promotion than the drawn out process of working hard. See article...

Source Wire 18.02.09
A study commissioned by the UKs leading recruitment scoring website has found that 1 in 5 British workers would rather have sex with their boss for a quick promotion than the drawn out process of working hard. See article...

IT Wire 04.03.09
Most people, you would like to imagine, have an understanding of the work ethic and as a result are prepared to work hard in order to get on in life. Most people, but not 20 percent of Brits it would seem. See article...

The Business Desk 04.03.09
One in five British workers would sleep with their boss for a promotion. See article...

Response Source 20.02.09
A study commissioned by the UKs leading recruitment scoring website has found that 1 in 5 British workers would rather have sex with their boss for a quick promotion than the drawn out process of working hard. See article...

The Work Clinic 19.02.09
A study commissioned by recruitment scoring website HireScores.com has found that almost one in five British workers would rather have sex with their boss for a quick promotion than undertake the drawn out process of working hard. See article...

The Bob Rivers Show
A fifth of British workers would sleep with their boss to gain an instant promotion. Would you? See article...

HR 18.02.09
Almost a fifth of British workers would rather have sex with their boss for a quick promotion rather than work hard to earn it. See article...

Freelance UK 20.02.09
The gloom in the UKs freelance jobs sector was lifted yesterday by a series of upbeat statements from a staffing portal facing the creative industry. See article...

Workplace Law Network 11.02.09
A third of employers confess to searching through potential employees social networking profiles for information on their background. See article...

HR Zone 04.02.09
HR professionals have admitted to searching online profiles of potential applicants for further information on them during the recruitment process, a new study has found. See article...

HR Review 10.02.09
A court of appeal has issued a ruling which states that workplace taunts need not necessarily be true to be deemed discriminatory. See article...

Jobs News Wire 05.02.09
Many human resources managers use social networking to find out information about their workers, new research has revealed. See article...

ClickAJob 05.02.09
A new survey has revealed that a third of human resources professionals use social networking sites to find out information about their workers. See article...

HR 04.02.09
A third of HR professionals and managers confess to searching through employees social networking profiles for information on their background and twenty four per cent are not impressed with what they find. See article...

The Manufacturing Network
Staff who are being bullied are suffering in silence rather than risk their job security by complaining, according to recruitment agency HireScores. See article...

Workplace Law Network 10.02.09
Nearly two thirds of Britons have been bullied at work or seen someone else undergoing it, according to new research. This despite formal policies and government backed schemes to tackle the problem. See article...

HR Review 03.02.09
HR departments may want to adjust their workplace bullying strategies as a survey has revealed that it is an issue for 70 per cent of employees. See article...

Is For Profit
Staff who are being bullied are suffering in silence rather than risk their job security by complaining, according to recruitment agency Hire Scores. See article...

Business For Kent
Three out of every four UK workers reckon they have been bullied or witnessed bullying of some sort in the workplace. See article...

Evening Times
Almost three quarters of British adults have been bullied or witnessed bullying in the workplace, a survey reveals. See article...

Witan Jardine
Nearly a third of staff who have been bullied in the workplace or have witnessed somebody else going through it do not report it to managers, new research has revealed. See article...

Training Zone
Despite the bad publicity, formal policies and government backed schemes, bullying and harassment is still prevalent in the workplace. See article...

Employers Forum On Disability
Over 70 per cent of UK adults feel that they have been bullied, or witnessed such behaviour, at work, new reasearch has shown. See article...

Response Source 28.01.09
More than seventy percent of British adults feel as though they have been bullied or witnessed bullying of some sort in the workplace. See article...

BNET 17.04.08
Londoners are the most miserable at work, says a survey by HireScores, a recruitment agency scoring website. See article...

HR 29.01.09
Seven out of ten British employees claim to have been bullied at work but thirty percent are too worried about reporting the problem for fear of repercussions. See article...

Workplace Violence News 29.01.09
More than seventy percent of British adults feel as though they have been bullied or witnessed bullying of some sort in the workplace. See article...

News Lite 29.01.09
News Lite Website Covers HireScores.com Press Release See article...

PCG
PCG joins forces with HireScores.com to provide members with an insight into the practice of agencies. See article...

Response Source
82 percent of office workers admit to lying for their manager on a daily basis, compared to just 19 percent of retail workers and 13 percent of labourers, officially making office workers the biggest liars. See article...

Globe and Mail
A survey last month of 1,322 British employees found eight in ten office workers lie for the boss on a daily basis. Most admitted to saying the boss was in a meeting when he was really just avoiding the call, while others said they have kept information under wraps on the bosses orders. See article...

Human Resources
More than eight out of ten of daily workers lie for their manager on a daily basis. According to recruitment website HireScores.com, lies include managers being on the phone or away from their desk, to avoid unwanted conversations. See article...

UFI
More than eight out of ten office workers regularly lie for their managers, a new survey has suggested. According to recruitment website HireScores.com, 82 percent of office workers lie about their bosses being on the other line, busy in a meeting or on a business trip, when in reality they wish to avoid having a conversation with someone. See article...

Boss to Boss
Office workers are more likely to have to lie on behalf of the boss, a new study claims. Research from recruitment scoring website HireScores.com found 82 percent of office employees have lied to their managers, compared to 19 percent of retail workers and 13 percent of labourers. See article...

Social Business
HireScores.com reports that more than eight out of ten office workers lie for their manager on a daily basis, saying that their managers are on the phone or away from their desk, to avoid unwanted conversations. See article...

Inform SME
The majority of office workers have admitted lying on behalf of their manager, with many taking the heat for a managerial mistake. See article...

hrlook.com
82 percent of office workers admit to lying for their manager on a daily basis, compared to just 19 percent of retail workers and 13 percent of labourers, officially making office workers the biggest liars. See article...

My Business covers HireScores.com research
The majority of office workers lie for their manager on a daily basis, according to new research. See article...

Chamber of Commerce covers HireScores.com research
The majority of office workers lie for their manager on a daily basis, according to new research. A study of 1, 322 British workers found that 82% of office employees lie on behalf of their managers every day. See article...

Small Business
The majority of office workers have admitted to lying on behalf of their manager, with many taking the heat for a managerial mistake. Research from HireScores, a recruitment scoring website found 82 percent of office workers have lied for their boss. See article...

Articles About Everything
HireScores.com report that eighty two percent of workers lie for their employers on a regular basis. See article...

Times Online
Tips to improve your office experience See article...

Put The Kettle On
Tips to improve your office experience See article...

HRZone
HRZone.co.uk spreads some Christmas cheer and asks the experts, including HireScores.com MD and HR expert Lisette Howlett, what is on their HR wish list for the new year. See article...

Contractors And The Law
PCG Joins Forces with HireScores to Provide Members with an Insight into the Practice of Agencies See article...

PCG Joins Forces with HireScores to Provide Members with an Insight into the Practice of Agencies
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PCG Joins Forces with HireScores
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