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Mike’s Remarkable Cayman Facts

I had planned to write a real rip roaring blog exploring the Socio-Cultural and Economic Impact of the new Immigration (amendment) law and (amendment) regulations that were gazetted late last month. But, it’s Friday, and I thought I’d write something

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Restart – Unemployment tackled head on

Restart. The name means very little without some context. It took on a whole new meaning for us here at Baraud when we launched the country’s first public private partnership that tackled unemployment head on. The genesis for this initiative

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September’s Temp of the Month

It only dawned on me today that we should be posting our Temp of the Month winners on the website for all to see! Baraud’s September winner is Ms Roxanna. Congratulations are due to Roxanna who has been temping in

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7 Tips for Keeping Calm at Interview

For many, the job interview is the most terrifying and nerve-wracking element of the entire job search process. Undoubtedly, beyond that initial adrenaline rush, nerves add little benefit to your interview technique and presentation. Candidates, who are typically extremely composed,

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The Secrets to CV Success!

CV Tips – The Secrets to CV Success! Avoid fancy fonts. Prepare your resume in 10-point or 11-point Arial or Times Roman typeface. Edit carefully. Then edit some more. Spelling or grammar can kill an otherwise strong resume. The ability

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Soon to be Spouse of a Caymanian? This blog is for you…

Many of you may not know that I have recently got engaged to my future husband, who is Caymanian. As I am a work permit holder myself, I will need to submit for my Residency & Employment Rights Certificate very

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15 things I’ve learned so far…

If you deserve it, you can have it. There’s only one way worth doing things; the right way. An honest day’s work is and honest day’s work. It doesn’t matter if your collar is white or blue. Don’t waste food.

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Need to Share a Work Permit with Other Employers? Here’s how …

Work permits including temporaries and full work permit grants can be shared between employers. To share a valid work permit, it must be clear on the application that this work permit is being shared. The application must also specify who

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The Headhunting of today, Executive Search

The practice of removing or decapitating the entire head of a human being has been practiced across Africa, India, Asia and Eastern Europe as late as 1912. Montenegro the pearl of the Adriatic had the last European documented cases circa

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Managing Generation Y Employees

In the current economy employers are enjoying a buyer’s market for talent, as there are simply more people than there are jobs. Companies will though be needing more employees as they grow to pre-recession size and beyond as the boomers

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