About The Author

Corinne Mills

Corinne Mills is the Joint Managing Director of Personal Career Management, she is a career coach, trained in workplace counselling and NLP with 15 years career management experience. Corinne is a Fellow of the CIPD and ex Chair for the CIPD Chiltern Branch. Her background is as a Senior HR Manager with a MA in Human Resources (MCIPD), Corinne is the author of the UK's no 1 best-selling CV book "You're Hired! How to write a brilliant CV" and 'Career Coach'.

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The gift of giving!

The gift of giving Getting involved with your community could be the gift that keeps on giving for your career. Whether you choose to help the homeless or to fundraise

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Don’t be a Scrooge!

Don’t be a Scrooge! Sadly, not all work relationships are brimming with goodwill! Irrespective of whatever underlying feelings of resentment you may have, ‘tis the season to be jolly after

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Work the office party – literally!

Work the office party – literally! Enjoy yourself but remember this is a work setting. Everyone has heard cringe-worthy accounts of drink-induced frankness, snogging under the mistletoe and other festive

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Make the most of the Christmas card list

Touch base with professional contacts through Christmas cards  Extend your Christmas card list to professional contacts as well as family and friends. Whether you are sending season’s greetings in the

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January 2018 Career Tips Calendar

January is the time when people start to think about their career plans and start searching for their perfect job. Take a look at our top career tips to help

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Teachers in turmoil – career alternatives for those wanting to leave the classroom

Career change for teachers Today is World Teachers Day and according to the national audit office the percentage of teachers leaving the profession has risen 11% in just 3 years

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How to Shake Off Those Post-Holiday Blues

You’ve spent the past 2 weeks laying on golden sands, admiring the picturesque landscape, gazing at interesting architecture, strolling through beautiful old towns and indulging in wonderful food and wine. 

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Record High Employment Rates Since 1971

Labour Market Employment Report July 2016 For March to May 2016, 74.4% of people aged from 16 to 64 were in work, the highest since comparable records began in 1971.

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HR Managers: How to handle the redundancy process

Nobody likes dealing with redundancy. In an ideal world the business will be communicating early with HR about changes which could mean that a redundancy process would need to be a

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5 Things to think about when choosing your Outplacement provider

If you are transitioning from your current role, your employer may have provided some Outplacement support for you. You might be able to choose your own provider or alternatively you

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