Lynne MacDonald is a freelance writer with qualifications and experience in the fields of Human Resource Management, Training, Organisational Development, and Executive Coaching. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.
Lynne specializes in business topics, including business development, marketing, business intelligence, human resources, careers, and organizational development.
Recruiters can find it difficult to attract candidates through traditional advertising. To extend the pool of candidates, they can reach out to passive candidates. This article looks at techniques for connecting with candidates who are not actively job hunting. | Read More →Words: 541 Downloads: 1 Category: Careers By: Lynne MacDonald
Buying a house can be extremely stressful. There are pitfalls waiting to trap unsuspecting sellers and purchaser. This article looks at some key areas to watch out for. Written for the U.K. | Read More →Words: 500 Downloads: 0 Category: Personal Finance By: Lynne MacDonald
Businesses can suffer from cash flow difficulties that mean they fall behind with debt payments. If a debt collection agency calls, there is no need to panic. There are steps that you can take to agree a payment schedule. Written for the U.K | Read More →Words: 545 Downloads: 0 Category: Finance By: Lynne MacDonald
Recent changes in UK immigration law have been reviewed by a parliamentary group. They have recommended changes to the law because of the effect it is having on families. Written for the U.K | Read More →Words: 500 Downloads: 0 Category: Law By: Lynne MacDonald
When a relationship comes to an end the separating couple need to agree how to divide up assets and debts. They may also have to make provision for care of children. All of these matter can be captured in a separation agreement. Written for the UK market. | Read More →Words: 500 Downloads: 0 Category: Divorce By: Lynne MacDonald
If you want your possessions to be divided up in accordance with your wishes, you should ensure that you have a valid will in place. Failure to draw up a will can mean that your nearest and dearest lose out. Written for the U.K. | Read More →Words: 500 Downloads: 2 Category: Death By: Lynne MacDonald
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