5th February 2014
Hurrah! Good news at last. A year ago everyone was worrying about the triple dip recession and whether the HR department’s slash and burn policy would be heading in their direction.
8th January 2014
We don’t need to be told how tough the job market is these days. With upwards of 500 applicants for some graduate jobs, experience and qualifications are becoming all the more valuable when building a career
6th January 2014
EACH New Year many of us make new goals and resolutions we all know will last no longer than a few days, a week at the most.
19th December 2013
Are you reluctant to hand over a task because you’re worried someone else will do it better?’ asks career coach Corinne Mills. ‘Those who struggle to delegate often hoard their knowledge. They aren’t good at sharing skills, as they like to feel ne
21st November 2013
Redundancy can be incredibly difficult to deal with, so we’ve spoken to the experts to discover practical ways to cope with the situation and help you to bounce back quickly
7th October 2013
Following a survey we have just done at www.personalcareermanagement.com we found that a staggering 98 per cent of job applicants are reducing their chances of success significantly through poor spelling, grammar or presentation on their CVs.
27th August 2013
Interviews can be nerve wracking, which is why it pays to practise and work on your technique, but when you’re faced with a whole panel of people, you need to adopt a different approach. Read on for our dos and don’ts guide.
19th August 2013
If you’ve been looking for a new job recently, then you will already know how technology-driven the job market has become.
30th July 2013
Sunday roasts, bellini hangovers and box set marathons are being pushed aside as our bulging workloads creep into our sacred weekends. But does being a workender steal more than your social life?
12th June 2013
Long hours might be the norm in the asset management industry but it does not mean it is right for everybody, experts say.