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Category Archives: Career Advice

What to do if you hate your new job So you rock up to work on your first day in a new job, all full of hopes and dreams (and just a bit of nerves!) about the next step on … Continue reading

If you’re working in any large organisation, stopping performance reviews probably sounds like crazy talk. We need to know how our employees are performing, right? And the employees need yearly feedback so they know what was great and what to … Continue reading

A COMPLETE GUIDE TO: STORYTELLING Many of us have been interviewing for long enough to have picked up some tips and tricks. For lots of people, these include ways to control their nerves, or remembering to include evidence to support … Continue reading

5 changes to make on your CV when changing career Making a career change can be scary, and you might be facing a drop in pay if you’re moving into a more junior position follow your dreams. It can also … Continue reading

Why are career changes so hard? In a lot of areas of life, we learn from experience. But it’s pretty tricky to do that when we’re talking about a major career change. After all, it’s not as if most of … Continue reading

How To Get The Job You Want When You Graduate As a student just about to begin second year, it has been drilled into me by lecturers how important placements are. High grades and a spotless attendance will get you … Continue reading

Can taking a sabbatical help or harm your career? As a recruiter I’m always very wary when I come across an unexplained, extended gap on a CV. Does this mean that this person was ill-qualified to perform the kind of … Continue reading

Working from home is great…isn’t it? One of the first things that springs to mind when people think about working from home is getting rid of that dreaded commute, which for most people adds up to at least an hour … Continue reading

How can you learn to enjoy a job you hate? If we lived in an ideal world, we’d all love our jobs. Unfortunately, as it stands, that’s not the case. If you’re reading this, then it’s a fair guess to … Continue reading

Why failure is good for you. As a culture, we’re terrified of failing. In fact, we’re probably less scared of the action of failing, and more worried about what it makes us – a failure. But everybody experiences failure at … Continue reading