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There are five key talks that managers should be having with recruiters, says Ally Yates.

A management position is often a reward for experience, knowledge and proven ability within the framework of the recruitment team.  On the one hand, excelling at what your team aims to achieve is a great starting point.  The flip side is that most neophyte managers have little relevant experience; many managers lack any formal training in the essential management skills...

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