5th November 2014

Guardian – How to deal with stress at work

To mark National Stress Awareness Day, career experts share their advice on dealing with mental health problems at work

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27th October 2014

Telegraph – Work worry: Should you use your smartphone in the office?

Should you use your smartphone in the office for personal use? Corinne Mills, MD of Personal Career Management gives her expert advice

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7th October 2014

Guardian – Six tips on how to make a successful career change

If you’re thinking about switching career paths, here’s some excellent advice from our panel of experts

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23rd September 2014

FT – When men are in the minority at work

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8th September 2014

Telegraph – How having 5 jobs in 10 years can harm your career

Getting the damaging label of ‘job-hopper’ can come by changing job once every two years. MD of Personal Career Management, Jonathan Mills gives his reasons why.

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29th August 2014

Telegraph – Out on your ear? Outplacement can help

For those who lose their jobs the world of “outplacement counselling” can offer a different view

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26th August 2014

Daily Mail – Women doing jobs for the boys…

Corinne Mills, MD of Personal Career Management gives her thoughts on why women are now turning to trades work

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15th August 2014

Telegraph – You’re fired: Why is there such a stigma in getting the sack?

Getting fired seems to be one of the last workplace taboos. Corinne Mills, MD of Personal Career Management gives her opinion to the Telegraph

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31st July 2014

Telegraph – How to write the best CV

Expert recruiters hiring for some of Britain’s most sought-after jobs explain how to write a brilliant CV (and which howlers to avoid)

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31st July 2014

Telegraph – Young people rely on parents and friends for careers advice

Research suggests that poor formal careers advice could be stunting young people’s aspirations, as 84 per cent say they would like more input from school and teachers

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