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    Sometimes office life might as well be in an entirely different universe. With unofficial tea-making rotas and will-power battles when your workspace is starting to look more like a patisserie, there are some things you’ll only know if you work … Continue reading → The post 20 things you’ll only know if you work in […]
  • How to succeed in a multiple stage interview process
    So, your CV has made it through the initial selection and has impressed the recruiter or hiring manager. After a well-deserved pat on the back, your thoughts are likely to turn to the interview. Get ready to embrace the prospect … Continue reading → The post How to succeed in a multiple stage interview process […]
  • 14 emotional stages of watching your weight at work
    Whether you’re trying to get beach-body ready, attempting to burn off the holiday weight or simply needing a bit of a detox, being on a diet at work will forever be your nemesis. 1. “How can I be hungry already?!” … Continue reading → The post 14 emotional stages of watching your weight at work […]
  • How to write a cold-contact cover letter
    How on earth would you go about applying for a job at a company that’s not hiring? Well that’s when a cold-contact cover letter comes in to play. In this short guide, you’ll discover how to create an outstanding cold-contact cover … Continue reading → The post How to write a cold-contact cover letter appeared first […]
  • 12 signs you’ve got a work spouse
    Work wifey, office hubby, whatever you want to call it, if you’ve got a close relationship with someone at work, chances are you’ve got yourself a work spouse. Actual spouses and partners, do not panic! A work spouse is a … Continue reading → The post 12 signs you’ve got a work spouse appeared first […]
  • What is the number one mistake writers make?
    What is the number one mistake writers make? To quote entrepreneur Brendon Burchard’s phrase, common sense is not always common practice. Watch to discover more! Don’t forget to subscribe! If you have been made redundant, why not share your life experiences with others and write a book for others to learn from? Everyone has a […]
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  • Smiling a little goes a long way!
    When we smile a little towards others, it not only makes us feel great because it’s hard to be upset and miserable with a face expressing happiness, but it always makes the recipient feel acknowledged and warm inside. The more we do this, the more we help others, and in turn help ourselves. So make […]
  • 5 THINGS I LEARNT FROM AMAZON KINDLE PUBLISHING KDP!
    5 THINGS I LEARNT FROM AMAZON KINDLE PUBLISHING KDP! 5 THINGS I LEARNT FROM AMAZON KINDLE PUBLISHING KDP! For those of you who don’t already know, I am a self-published Author with Amazon Kindle (KDP), and currently have two books published on there and working on a third, fourth and more!! I love writing, it […]
  • 5 great jobs in publishing
    Publishing has always been a popular choice of career. However, many people believe the only way in is to have connections or to be able to afford to do unpaid internships. We profile a range of publishing jobs – many at entry level and including both digital and more traditional roles – that can be […]
  • Living and and working in Hull
    It’s given us the distinguished slave abolitionist William Wilberforce, a lot of Yorkshire puddings and one of the longest suspension bridges in the world, but what else keeps Hull’s 258,362 residents sticking around? Let’s find out… What types of industry are prominent in Hull? According to Hull’s local government, there are four key sectors making […]
  • Converting a temporary job into a permanent one
    While some employers are still demonstrating reluctance to take on large numbers of permanent staff, the temp-to-perm jobs market is booming, providing both employers and employees with a valuable ‘try before you buy’ option. But if you have found a position that you could see yourself happily staying in for the long term, what can […]
  • The EU referendum and IT jobs
    Brexit was the result of the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union – but what impact will it have on the UK as a European HQ for tech companies, on jobs in the IT sector, and on universities and cities like Edinburgh and Cambridge as tech incubators? Can the UK continue as […]
  • UK employees still optimistic about career prospects
    The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has naturally resulted in questions about its impact upon the UK jobs market. But, as a recent Jobsite survey shows, as the dust settles things appear more hopeful than we first thought. The future’s bright? This survey of more than 28,000 UK-based candidates suggests that employees in […]
  • In the Age of the Shrinking Middle Class and Stagnant Wages, What Are Today’s Best Opportunities?
    The future isn’t what it used to be. Politicians and pundits fret anxiously about the stagnation of wages, while anti-establishment movements are surging in popularity around the world. Over the past 30 years, the number of middle-income households in the … The post In the Age of the Shrinking Middle Class and Stagnant Wages, What […]
  • The Impact of Brexit on Job Search, in 5 Charts
    Last week’s vote to leave the European Union has plunged the continent into a state of crisis. No country has left the bloc since Greenland quit the EU’s predecessor, European Economic Community, in 1985—and while negotiations over the UK’s departure … The post The Impact of Brexit on Job Search, in 5 Charts appeared first […]
  • Not That Into EU? Insights on Job Search, Migration and the EU Referendum
    After a debate that has raged for months, the UK will hold the referendum next week to decide whether to stay inside the European Union or opt for a “Brexit” and leave. And while there are many disagreements between the … The post Not That Into EU? Insights on Job Search, Migration and the EU […]
  • How a Leading UK Not-For-Profit Hires Talented Caregivers
    The number of people in the UK aged 75 or older is expected to rise by 89% to nearly 10 million by mid-2039, and these older members of the population are more likely to require long-term care. This trend is … The post How a Leading UK Not-For-Profit Hires Talented Caregivers appeared first on Indeed […]
  • The Global Nursing Shortage, and How to Fix It
    Nurses are vitally important professionals who care for us when we’re at our most vulnerable. Whether we meet them in doctor’s surgeries, A&Es or even disaster areas and war zones, we rely on nurses to help us and our loved … The post The Global Nursing Shortage, and How to Fix It appeared first on […]
  • Office perks: Have they lost their pulling power?
    Although exciting office perks might make a role seem more appealing, knowing their true importance is vital. But not all candidates (or employers) see benefits as a big deal. So, are office perks a must-have, or have they lost their pulling power? The post Office perks: Have they lost their pulling power? appeared first on […]
  • Postgrad life vs. Undergrad life
    Considering going back to uni? If you’re not sure how further education differs from your undergrad experiences, here are a few things you might see differently as a postgrad: The post Postgrad life vs. Undergrad life appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • How to: Deal with horrible bosses
    Not a big fan of your boss? To help you turn things around, here’s our guide to some horrible bosses you could encounter, and how to deal with them. The post How to: Deal with horrible bosses appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Seven reasons Pokémon Go is an occupational hazard
    We’ve all heard about the guy who caught a Pidgey while his wife was giving birth, and the people who think it’s OK to Pokémon Go and drive, but here are seven work-based examples that prove Pokémon Go has gone too far: The post Seven reasons Pokémon Go is an occupational hazard appeared first on […]
  • Five things you should never do at work
    Figuring out how to act at work can be tough. To make sure you’re always on your best behaviour, here are five things you should never do at work: The post Five things you should never do at work appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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