The work’s Christmas ‘do’ is one of those issues where people tend to fall firmly in one camp or the other – they’re either enthusiastic joiners or they prefer not to get involved. … Read more about The Christmas party – a manager’s guide
There’s no doubt, the job of a recruiter is to make sure you find the right next step on your career path. However, this cannot happen in isolation – you, the candidate, have a … Read more about Three things you should be doing for your recruiter
The job of a recruitment consultant is to help you, the candidate, find a position that matches your skills and your requirements. In addition, they need to make sure the Practice … Read more about Three things your recruiter should be doing for you
Receiving a promotion at work is a sign you’re doing well, you’re excelling in your career, and you’re being rewarded for it. But making the transition can be tricky, particularly … Read more about How to deal with a promotion
Summer is that time of year when everything looks brighter and feels lighter. For many, summer holidays are the perfect time to sit back and take stock of their lives, including … Read more about September sulks or something serious?
Advice is one of those things people enjoy giving out. The idea is that it’s free, and they’re giving you the benefit of their wisdom, knowledge and experience. Often, advice is … Read more about Advice that sticks
Have you noticed how often you see a lottery winner say that they will carry on working? Do a little trawl around the internet and you will find example after example of people … Read more about It’s not just about the money. What really makes a great place to work?
Barring the unlikely circumstances that anyone reading this is Icelandic, I think it’s safe to say we are all still shocked at the England exit from the Euros. That said, were it … Read more about Sick as a parrot or over the moon – what we can learn from Euro 2016?
There is always a personality factor to an interview. The issue is how do you get to the person behind the interviewee? When a candidate arrives for an interview, if they have any … Read more about Once upon a job – using story prompting when interviewing candidates
There is always a lot of discussion around the subject of technology and how it impacts on our working and personal life. In a very real way, the recruitment industry has been … Read more about Two sides of the sword – technology as angel and demon for recruiters
There are a lot of myths about body language and how important it is. It’s apparently a staple skill of almost all detectives on television that they have this remarkable ability … Read more about Are you sure that’s what you mean – being aware of your body language
You may have seen a story recently about a Yelp employee from San Francisco who found herself unemployed after she posted an open letter about her wages. These stories … Read more about Between you and me (and the rest of the world) – remember online is open