checklist for career change

The Checklist You Need When Considering a Career Switch

Stressed at work? Unable to build your skills? Frustrated with limited growth potential? It may be time to consider a career switch. A recent survey by Investors in People showed that 47% of the UK workforce anticipated looking for a job within the last year.1 If you find yourself lacking […]

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Useful Out of Office Templates

You’ve been looking forward to this moment for weeks — hard earned holiday time away from grueling hours of work. Your itinerary is set, your bag is packed and there is only one more thing standing between you and your time off: your out of office email. While this basic practice […]

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An Introvert’s Guide to Getting Your Voice Heard in a Meeting

When you’re an introvert, work meetings can feel like a necessary evil. Sure, they’re important, but you know that you work most effectively by yourself or in a one-on-one scenario. Even when you have something amazing to contribute, you don’t warm to the prospect of speaking up in front of […]

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How to Become a LinkedIn Power User

Are you looking to give your career a boost and find a better job? Do you want to climb to the next rung on your professional ladder? The key to finding your dream position could be your LinkedIn profile. Making it a stunning advertisement of your skills and talents is […]

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How to Improve Your Interview Skills

There’s no doubt about it: Interviews are the most challenging part of landing a job. You have to spend a fair bit of time preparing: reading up on the company, anticipating the kinds of questions you’ll be asked, figuring out what kind of questions you’ll need to ask and more. […]

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5 Ways That Freelancers are Transforming the Economy

The way we work is changing. With five million UK workers already employed on-demand via services such as Airbnb and Uber, the balance is shifting between those who use ‘gig’-work to supplement an old-fashioned 9-5 job and those for whom a networked society means no longer having to show up […]

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How to Master the Digital First Impression

How you look, what you say and how you behave remain vital tools for job applicants in the digital age: with employers taking just three seconds1 to decide whether they like you, it has become essential to cultivate an online presence that leaves no room for doubt. While it pays […]

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