The relationship you have with your manager can truly make or break a job. The majority of us spend most of our week at work.
The beginning of the year tends to be a popular time for setting goals. If you haven’t already started – now is the time to review your career and assess whether
Long gone are the days of the “job for life” in the UK and research shows that employees change jobs anything from 7 to 15 times throughout their careers.
Here we are in 2015 and it’s the usual time for people to make a fresh start or plan their goals for the year ahead (Lose weight, quit smoking, improve fitness, look for
Once you’ve landed that new job and handed in your notice the usual next step is the exit interview. There are mixed feelings about the exit interview –
So you’ve been working your way up the corporate ladder. You’ve learnt all there is in your previous roles within your sector and now it’s time to move up to a management level role.
As recruiters we are always encouraging candidates to take the time to prepare before an interview. The STAR technique is a great tool to help you to firstly, prepare specific
Was it an employer’s market this year? Will it be a candidates market next year? Well one cannot exist without the other really – it doesn’t matter how skilled
It is really easy sitting on the other side of the interview table and critiquing the mistakes candidates make – however, it’s
Being fired is obviously not the most positive experience to handle during your employment. It’s even more difficult to justify or to explain to the next prospective employer.