• 5 Things to Do If You’ve Just Lost Your Job
    If you’ve just lost your job it can be easy to lose control and just let emotions take over. So, first of all, don’t panic! The key is to remember that you’re not the first person to find yourself in this position, and you’ll make it through. It’s a candidate-led market at the moment, and […]
  • How to Answer: Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years’ Time?
    As part of our new #HowToAnswer series, we break down the common interview questions to get you interview-ready. Look out for #HowToAnswer on our Career Advice pages and Twitter. As if job interviews weren’t tough enough already, job hunters also need to predict the future once they’re in the hot seat. Before you think you’ll […]
  • Want a Job Tomorrow? Temping Could Be Your Answer
    So many graduates and interns are filled with the eager anticipation of making their mark in the working world, but also full of frustration that they can’t get a permanent job. When it comes to temporary work, many graduates and interns have never considered temping before, wanting instead to keep chasing the permanent role. However, […]
  • Writing a CV for a Career Change
    Writing your CV is always a mammoth task, but when you’re attempting to make a career change and enter a totally new industry, it can be even more challenging than usual. The biggest issue you face is that you lack the all-important relevant experience that your target employers are looking for; this will obviously be […]
  • How to Get a Summer Job in 5 Steps
    Whether you’re a student on a summer break or just looking to earn a few extra pennies alongside your current job, taking up a part-time job over summer is ideal. Not only are there often more jobs during the summer months because employees are away on holiday, but there is more demand for staff due […]
  • Beauty Be You, Beauty Be Me! Inspirational poem by Sandra Bellamy! 
    Beauty be You! Beauty be Me! Beauty is all around Us! For the World to See! But do you see IT? In the Small things? In the Big things? In ALL things? Do you recognise the beauty of Friendship? Of Love? Of Life? Of Harmony or Strife? Of Darkness or Light? Do you see the […]
  • Make The Moment Last! Inspirational Poem By Sandra Bellamy!
    Make every moment last, so it’s not likely to go past, and go unnoticed! Make every dream become a reality, then choose to see and savour it, momentarily. Make your feelings known, so when you grow old, there will be no regrets! Savour the now, but work out how, you can get more moments to […]
  • Disney Delight! Create A Recipe For Your Own Happiness!
    When you don’t fit into a box and are somewhat different to the thought leaders of today, how do you go about finding your own peace and happiness? I am predominantly an extrovert and naturally a hyper person. I love noise, getting out and about, I love music, lights, camera, action. I love talking and […]
  • Stop Stagnating In Fear! Inspirational: Motivational: Poem: By Sandra Bellamy
    Stop Stagnating In Fear! Inspirational: Motivational: Poem: By Sandra Bellamy. How To Stop Stagnating In Fear. A Poem With A Quirky Twist. Many people allow fear to take over their soul. Instead of focusing on the fear right now, move the fear forward, to another time and place and enjoy being in the now, realising […]
  • What is Voluntary Redundancy?
    Have you been offered voluntary redundancy recently? While the severance package can be appealing, it can be difficult to assess whether to take your employer up on the offer. We’ve rounded up all you need to know on voluntary redundancy, and whether it’s the right choice for you. The prospect of redundancy fills most employees […]
  • Can Britain’s teens solve the engineering skills crisis?
    Nearly 1 million British teens could solve engineering skills crisis, but they don’t know where to start… - 50% of teens aged 16-18 would consider a career in engineering. - However, 63% don’t know which qualifications are needed. - Engineering vacancies increased by 23% in the last 5 years. With an annual shortfall of at […]
  • Resignation letter template and guide
    Learn the steps you can take to make handing in your resignation as painless as possible. It’s never like in the movies. The days of declaring “I quit!” and flouncing out of the office are long gone – in the UK anyway! In a world of LinkedIn recommendations, exit interviews and counter offers – not […]
  • What do restrictive covenants mean in employment?
    Whether you call them restrictive covenants or post termination restrictions, read why you need to know your employment rights.  It’s not often that employment law hits the headlines, but with Mary Berry’s shocking departure from the Great British Bake Off, many fans despaired at how, ‘contractually’, their favourite TV chef could be allowed to move […]
  • What does garden leave mean?
    If you’ve recently handed in your letter of resignation, been suspended from your role, or been made an offer for redundancy, you could be placed on garden leave. But is it a good thing or could it damage your career prospects?   Why are people placed on garden leave? Garden leave refers to the process […]
  • 4 Lessons All Recruiters Can Learn from the Tech Hiring Process
    Competing for tech talent means being a kung fu master — a peaceful warrior. Tech recruiters must be both aggressive and gentle, often in the same moment, throughout the entire hiring process. Every industry has its own arsenal of tips, … The post 4 Lessons All Recruiters Can Learn from the Tech Hiring Process appeared […]
  • National Living Wage One Year On: Where Are the Lowest Earners Doing Best?
    The UK’s lowest wage earners got some good news in 2016–their wages increased at the fastest rate in almost 20 years. For this bit of extra money in their pockets, they can thank the National Living Wage (NLW), introduced in … The post National Living Wage One Year On: Where Are the Lowest Earners Doing […]
  • Which Generation is Most at Risk of Job Automation?
    In the coming years, many jobs are likely to disappear due to automation, while others will be altered forever. But who is most interested in these “at risk” jobs? Is it younger job seekers, who will have to live with … The post Which Generation is Most at Risk of Job Automation? appeared first on […]
  • Uncertain Future: How Brexit Could Change the Face of the UK Labour Market
    Immigration from other member countries of the European Union (EU) was one of the most contentious issues in the Brexit campaign last year. Despite the controversy surrounding the topic, little attention was given to the contribution brought in recent decades … The post Uncertain Future: How Brexit Could Change the Face of the UK Labour […]
  • Job Spotter App Gives Small Businesses the Power to Crowdsource Job Advertising
    Many small businesses rely solely on help wanted signs to advertise that they’re hiring. That’s all set to change thanks to Indeed’s new mobile app, Job Spotter. Currently available on Google Play and in the App store, Job Spotter … The post Job Spotter App Gives Small Businesses the Power to Crowdsource Job Advertising appeared […]
  • Succession planning: What you need to know
    We spoke to the experts at AVADO to find out some of their top tips on succession planning, and how to make sure it works for you. The post Succession planning: What you need to know appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • 14 work email problems everyone has experienced
    Work emails are (mostly) great. To help you relate, here are 14 work email problems everyone has experienced: The post 14 work email problems everyone has experienced appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • How to talk about mental health at work
    Rohan Kallicharan, Talent Manager at reed.co.uk, shared some of his experiences on how (and when) to talk about mental health in the workplace. The post How to talk about mental health at work appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Free CV template
    Writing your CV, but not sure where to start? Download our free CV template now and find out what recruiters really want in your application: The post Free CV template appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Five jobs that make a difference
    For some people, a great career means more than a high salary. To help inspire you, here are five jobs that make a difference – and how to get into them. The post Five jobs that make a difference appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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