Chemistry Blog

Performance reviews are dead. Long live performance reviews.

So it seems annual performance reviews have failed to meet expectations for the last time. (more…)

Aug, 28, 2015

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The University Challenge: What is a degree worth in 2015?

This year marks the graduation of the first students who had to pay £9,000 a (more…)

Aug, 25, 2015

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Is Google Adwords holding women back?

A really worrying headline caught my eye recently: According to researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, (more…)

Aug, 10, 2015

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Why Psychology will never change the way the world works   

In two weeks’ time I’m having an operation on my knee. The strange, and I (more…)

Aug, 05, 2015

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Recruiting Innovation at SAP

Matt Alder talks to Matthew Jeffrey of SAP about the innovative approach to graduate recruitment that (more…)

Aug, 03, 2015

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The Future of HR Tech: #BYOP (Bring Your Own Portal)

Perhaps one of the few advantages of hitting 50 is being able to reflect on how (more…)

Jul, 24, 2015

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Chemistry in Forbes

Forbes recently asked us how businesses can overcome skills shortages in their workforces.

Our CEO Roger Philby explains how Chemistry’s unique IP holds the key for forward-thinking businesses.

Read the full article here

Jul, 20, 2015

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My Hero, Ed Percival – 3 Great Bits of Advice

My dear friend, mentor and possibly my (and Chemistry’s) biggest fan, had his funeral today…I’m (more…)

Jul, 13, 2015

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You really aren’t as smart as you think you are

The human brain is pretty amazing.  It is the only organ that has named itself. (more…)

Jul, 09, 2015

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