Employers Beware - Are Employees Really Going To The Dentist?

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Job-Job.co.uk, the recruitment search-engine, has unveiled a list of employee 'tells' that employers should look for as indications of when their staff may be looking to move job.

Although the global economy is undoubtedly a factor and job-security has become a key factor for employees, people are still looking for what's out there to improve their personal situation and, when they find it are still moving around. With the many enforced redundancies taking place, our online search engine is designed to help give users an at-a-glance overview of the market.

From back-to-back trips to the doctors or dentists, 'accidental' late starts and requests for early finishes, to extended lunch breaks and an increase in personal calls necessitating a quiet space, savvy employers are becoming wise to the many employee tricks which are most commonly employed whilst job-hunting.

With Marketing Jobs and Brand Management Jobs two roles in particularly high demand in a sector known for a particularly high turnover rate, managers in the marketing sector are particularly advised to be aware of these activities.

Ian Brooks, co-founder of Job-Job.co.uk, commented:
"With jobs now so easy to source through the web and job seekers able to be highly specific in terms of their searches - such as searching for:Brand Management Jobs London for example - it's become so easy for employees to test the water, almost under their employers' nose. Whilst we would always support ethical conduct in the workplace it's interesting to note that these societal changes are taking place.

"Although the global economy is undoubtedly a factor and job-security has become a key factor for employees, people are still looking for what's out there to improve their personal situation and, when they find it are still moving around. With the many enforced redundancies taking place, our online search engine is designed to help give users an at-a-glance overview of the market."

Job-Job.co.uk recently launched with a Commuter Watch service to help the working population across the UK to understand the real cost of their daily travel to work, in terms of carbon emissions, personal finance and time-spent away from home each year. Calculate your own personal spend by visiting http://www.job-job.co.uk/commuterwatch/ or, for more information, visit Job-Job at http://www.job-job.co.uk

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