• 5 Ways to Get into a Creative Career
    The creative industries are made up of many different sectors including, music, theatre, design, craft, jewellery, cultural heritage and visual arts.  In turn, each sector has many different, diverse job opportunities on offer.  With such a huge range to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to get started and how to make […]
  • Meet #FemaleBoss Michelle Tanner: The First Female President of ENAS
    We continue our #FemaleBoss campaign by talking to successful Irishwomen, Michelle Tanner. Not only is she a former international volleyball player for Ireland, she’s the first female president of ENAS, and has also been listed as one of the top 50 female sports leaders in Ireland. This lady surely is paving the way for women […]
  • Ghosted an Interview? Here’s How to Avoid Burning Bridges with Potential Employers
    Ever ghosted a job interview? We surveyed 1,200 UK professional across the UK and one in ten (11.1%) workers admitted to ditching an interview at the last minute, with this figure rising to 17.7% amongst millennials (20–34 year olds). Ah, yes, pesky millennials; full of traits employers don’t know whether to love or hate. Regardless […]
  • Mastering Smart Casual at Work: How Casual Can You Go?
    Now that Mad Men office vibes are a thing of the past and dress down Fridays reign, where’s the balance for dressing for the office? There’s no doubt that wearing a sharp suit to work every day has its appeal but our repertoire would be depleted pretty quickly and, let’s face it, chinos are the […]
  • Meet #FemaleBoss Ella Roche: The PR Bod Leading the Way across the US and China
    As part of our #FemaleBoss campaign which celebrates women pioneering their careers, we spoke to PR and outreach bod, Ella Roche. Cited in The Drum’s 50 Under 30 list, a member of the board at DevelopHer, and a partner of industry giant Honey, she’s one to watch. Give us your best 30-second pitch describing yourself […]
  • LIFE. BUSINESS. JUST GOT EASIER. BOOK REVIEW BY SANDRA BELAMY
    When you are made redundant, rather than going back into employment, you may want to try your hand at being self-employed. But running your own business can be so tough! In order to assess your life as a self-employed person, or avoid some of the pitfalls, I would recommend getting this book. Here is my […]
  • Into The Darkness – Inspirational/Motivational Poem By Sandra Bellamy
    Don’t let anyone cloud out your light and overshadow it with darkness! Be who’s you were born to be!! Watch this, Into The Darkness – Inspirational/Motivational Poem By Sandra BellamyFiled under: Redundancy Tagged: inspiration, Into The Darkness - Inspirational/Motivational Poem By Sandra Bellamy, Mindset, motivation, Motivational video, Personal devleopment, poetry, Quirky Books TV on YouTube, Vlogging
  • It’s Those Little Moments That Make All The Difference!
    It’s those little moments that make all the difference in life!  Those moments when you look and think how cute!  Those moments when you feel blessed in that moment and for every breath you take! Those moments when you feel thankful and grateful for all that you have and all that you will acquire. Those […]
  • How to self-love!
          If you want self-love, you need to love yourself, and that ability comes from understanding multiple aspects of your life, accepting the now in each of those and changing what you don’t like, want or need, as much as you can. It’s also about knowing and accepting that things will happen in […]
  • 6 Ways to use social media in your job hunt
    Social media platforms give you a great opportunity to connect, engage, share and learn. And they also provide an opportunity for you to create a ‘buzz’ around your personal brand. They are becoming increasingly popular with job seekers as a way to keep in touch, grow their networks, spread the word, research companies and opportunities […]
  • Blog Your Way to a Job
    Today’s guest post comes from Katrina Collier, who helps job seekers come to grips with the changing recruitment landscape. She encourages them to showcase their expertise and coaches on how engage appropriately on social media networks. Here she looks at how blogging has increasingly become an important part of the job seeker’s armoury…. “I know […]
  • 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 […]
  • To Move or Not to Move? The Psychology Behind Global Job Search
    At a time when controversies over migration feature so prominently in political debates, it is important to understand the factors impacting an individual’s decision whether or not to consider – and eventually take up –  a job abroad.   We … The post To Move or Not to Move? The Psychology Behind Global Job Search […]
  • How to Use Advanced CV Search Features to Find the Right Candidates
    Today there are over 80 million searchable CVs on Indeed. Job seekers have uploaded or created these CVs so they can be contacted by employers about relevant job opportunities and easily apply to jobs from any device. More than … The post How to Use Advanced CV Search Features to Find the Right Candidates appeared […]
  • Indeed’s Head of HR Unpacks Recent Diversity Survey Results
    Research shows that when a company embraces diversity, it can become more innovative and competitive. These traits are especially important for tech companies as they continue to experience exponential growth, expand their applicant pool and hire more talent. In a … The post Indeed’s Head of HR Unpacks Recent Diversity Survey Results appeared first on […]
  • International Job Search Now – A Look At the Economic Factors Behind Global Job Search
    Today, migration to wealthy countries is on the rise. In fact, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reported that 4.8 million people moved to its member countries in 2015 — 10% more than in 2014. This is controversial … The post International Job Search Now – A Look At the Economic Factors Behind […]
  • How to: Write a personal statement
    Here are some of our top tips to consider when writing your personal statement - whether it's for your CV, or to apply for a place at university. The post How to: Write a personal statement appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Personal statements for university
    Here’s everything you need to know about writing your personal statement for university, and a personal statement example to help you get started. The post Personal statements for university appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Five things all meetings can do without
    Unfortunately, meetings don’t always go to plan. To make sure you’re clear on what you shouldn’t do, here are five things all meetings can do without: The post Five things all meetings can do without appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • How to deal with losing your job
    Losing a job is never easy. To help you put a positive spin on the situation, here’s our step-by-step guide on how to deal with losing your job: The post How to deal with losing your job appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • The Gradlife – What needs to go?
    To help you work out what needs to take precedence (and what needs to go), Lydia Randall gives some of her top tips on how to get your priorities sorted. The post The Gradlife – What needs to go? appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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