How to stay organised in a fast-paced job

Staying organised in a fast-paced job can be challenging, even for the most efficient people. It’s very easy to feel overwhelmed when you are faced with a sudden influx of customers, emails or situations to deal with, and we all have days where our productivity levels aren’t at their peak.

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How to support an employee who is suffering with a mental health condition

Today is World Mental Health Day and this year the focus is on wellbeing in the workplace. Since figures have shown that 1 in 4 people suffer every year in the UK, we’ve decided to take a look at the importance of wellbeing at work and the relevant steps you should take if you are managing someone with a mental health condition.

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7 questions you are likely to be asked in a social work job interview

If you have chosen to work in the social care industry, you no doubt want a career that will allow you to make a difference. However, simply having a passion for the job isn’t quite enough. You need to be able to demonstrate why you are the right person for the job when it come to the interview stage.

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5 Skills You Need to Have in Construction

Every job comes with a specific set of skills that the candidate needs to have in order to be deemed qualified, and the construction industry is no exception. While construction is largely physical, there are a few other key skills that interviewers look for to ensure that you are well-rounded in your field.

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What Millennials Want: 5 work benefits to attract top talent

Work benefits and perks come in all shapes and sizes. Some of the most common can be anything from a pension scheme to a company car, and while these perks may seem cushy, you might want to look a little further than offering traditional benefits if you want to attract today’s generation… the millennials.

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How to change department in the same company

Wanting to change jobs isn’t an uncommon thought, especially if you are no longer finding your current role fulfilling. But for some people, it’s not so much the company they want to leave, it’s the department.

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5 skills you need to have in engineering

Engineering is an exciting sector and while we don’t doubt that your qualifications will set you in good stead to get the interview, there are a few skills expected of engineers you may not have considered.

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How to get a job when you’re overqualified and inexperienced

How to get a job when you’re overqualified and inexperienced…

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What to wear to an interview

We’ve all been there. The interview is looming and we’re rummaging through our wardrobes looking for something appropriate to wear.

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What to do when your teamwork isn’t working

Working in a team can be both beneficial and challenging at the same time. Having everyone working together effectively can really improve colleague performance and the results can be extremely rewarding.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Cover Letter

Cover letters have become a staple part of job applications so it’s important to get it right. After all, a great cover letter could be the reason you get invited to an interview. To help you get on the right foot, we’ve put together this infographic that will make writing a cover letter easy. So if you don’t know where to start, let us help you out!

Top hacks to never miss a deadline

Whether you are freelance or working in a company, keeping to deadlines is the best way to build your relationships with clients. Every time you meet a deadline, you show them that you are reliable and capable of fulfilling their needs on time. So how can you make sure that you never miss a deadline? Here are our top hacks.

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