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How to be a strong team leader in a time of crisis
This pandemic has challenged businesses around the world to develop innovative ways of working. The changes, including having employees work from home in order to minimise the spread of the virus, are constant as...
How can I reduce recruitment costs and time to hire?
In most companies, recruitment takes a huge chunk of the overall operational costs and their budget. While spending money to hire new candidates is justified, making sure that the talent acquisition process is cost-effective,...
How to get a career in Epidemiology
Epidemiology deals with the incidence, distribution and control of diseases or illnesses relating to health. Epidemiologists are responsible for finding the cause of a disease, identifying people who are at risk and determining how...
How can I apply for the Kickstart Scheme?
In his summer statement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Kickstart Scheme. A £2bn fund launched by the government to pay for six-month work placements for 16 to 24-year-olds. The kickstart job scheme aims to...
A career guide to becoming a UX Designer
User Experience or UX designer jobs involve using specialist computer software to create websites and apps. You will be involved in designing and creating digital products and services for specific target groups. With the digital...
5 tips to filling gaps in your CV
There are many different reasons why someone may decide to take a break from work. But no matter what the reason is, knowing how to address these empty spaces by filling gaps in your...
Creative ways to stand out in a competitive job market
With the employment landscape changing, we look at creative ways to stand out in a competitive job market. As competition for jobs increases, it is important to do your best to get noticed. With...
Have working patterns changed forever?
A survey by British Council for Offices (BCO) has asked if working patterns have changed forever because of the pandemic. The survey of 2,000 office workers was conducted in September. Members of the BCO...
5 Reasons to look for a new job during the coronavirus outbreak
The impact of Covid-19 has hit millions of workers across the UK. The country has set out how it will recover economically, and businesses have had to re-assess their plans and targets. Some sectors are...
A guide to becoming a Software Developer
Most organisations rely on computer systems which means software developers are frequently in demand. The main role of a software developer is to design and put together computer systems and programs. These can be...
10 Interview tips to help you land your next job
So you’ve got this far, you’ve secured an interview for that job! Whilst the thought of an interview initially sends many jobseekers into a blind panic, we’re here to tell you not to worry. Interviewing is a skill like any other; and like other skills, it takes hard work, commitment and knowledge to accomplish.
To help you come out on top, we have compiled 10 interviewing tips to help you sail through and get you that job!
7 Tips to follow to create a good CV
Competition in the job market is fierce. On average, 40 people apply for every single job advertisement and whilst the latest CIPD research suggests nearly half these applicants could do the job – only a handful make it through the CV stage. Are you confident your CV is a world beater? If you need a CV template to power you in front of your competitors and make it through to interview, then follow these simple but effective CV tips.
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