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5 Top Tips to Reduce Potential Bias in Interviews

Although there are many methods of selection available, interviews are still the most common way employers decide if candidates meet the requirements for the target job. No doubt employers recognise the potential of ability tests for sifting for example, or the benefit of observing candidates in work-based exercises, but most managers enjoy the opportunity to meet with a candidate face to face, have an opportunity to ask questions and find out more about "what makes them tick".

Alex - OITVB (Feb)

In Alex’s second superb instalment she provides her essential ‘Top 10 Tips for Surviving 3rd Year’ and it really is key viewing for anyone currently engaging or working towards their final year on the Optometry course so get watching now to ensure your success during this critical time of your studies…

How Does Your Team Really See You In The Workplace? Gaining a Holistic View...

Understanding how others perceive us in the workplace can be a powerful tool in the management toolkit. 360-degree management development is one way to achieve these valuable insights and has significant benefits for the organisation.

Kirsty & Holly - OITVB (Feb)

This week we’re delighted to welcome back the wonderful Kirsty and Holly, (or should we say Scooby and Daffney), our two Vloggers from Bradford University. In this week’s Vlog, we talk Scooby Doo, a working Christmas, tough Contact Lens exams, low vision, revision techniques and dissertations amongst other things.

Election Countdown 2015

What are the political parties focusing on and how will this affect the pressure on our UK nursing population and jobs?

Final Nail in the General Practice Coffin?

GPs to Check If Mrs Bloggs Can Save On Her Energy Bill!

GPs have spoken at their derision at potential plans that would mean they would spend time identifying energy savings and trip hazards in elderly patients’ homes.