Career Management: Liverpool FC midfield

- career coaching, career management, contract negotiation, Employment, europe, Immigration, job offers, job search, professionalism, recruitment, sunday thoughts

Tweet Career Management: Liverpool FC midfield As a Liverpool FC supporter of some years standing – I was at Junior school in the 1970s, my local team Bristol Rovers weren’t doing too well in the third division, and there was this wonderful team which played passing football and won everything – the recent trails and […]

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Migrant Worker UK IT Jobs?

- economics, Education, Immigration, IT Jobs, job hunting, job search

Tweet Migrant Worker UK IT Jobs? Pratan asks: I just qualified MCSE at an English-based institute, but I am told now that I can’t apply for any jobs in the UK because I only have a student visa. When I do a search online, I do find good ones at least for a start, but […]

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Racial Discrimination in Employment

- Disciplinary Procedure, economics, Employment, government jobs, HMRC, Immigration, Job Application, job search, politics, recruitment

Tweet Racial Discrimination in Employment It is personally disapointing to return to the subject of Racial Discrimination in Employment, but unfortunately I think it is wholly appropriate. “Civil servants send out bogus CVs” Since the start of the year, in the middle of the worst economic crisis since 1929, the Department of Work and Pensions […]

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Career management – employers going bust or to India

- career coaching, career management, career planning, credit crunch, Immigration, Job Application, job relocation, job search

Tweet Career Management photo credit: 1suisse Glenn, an accountant, asks: In the past 15 years, 80% of my past employers either went out of business or outsourced most of the jobs to India and closed local operations. Those companies have had: 5 (private), 75 (private), 2200 (public), and 375 employees (public). With the exception of […]

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April 2009 UK Employment Data – down, but not over and out

- Article, credit crunch, economics, Employment, government jobs, Immigration, job search, politics, recruitment, redundancy, unemployment

Tweet April 2009 UK Employment Data photo credit: C-Ali I normally write about UK Employment data at about this time of the month, but have delayed this months thoughts on UK employment prospects as the Bank of England held their monthly conference today. If you are going to comment about employment, then in reality it […]

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