Sex at work!

- career management, Disciplinary Procedure, Employment, job search, professionalism, redundancy


Tweet Sex at work! Today is the last Friday before Christmas, a traditional night for many employers to arrange their office party. On the menu will be: fun, merryment, traditional Christmas meal, over indulgence on the alcohol, then bring on Noddie Holder and a dance floor! Plus it is the one time in the year […]

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Explaining unemployment in a job interview?

- career management, CV Help, economics, Employment, Job Advert, Job Application, Job Interview, professionalism, redundancy


Tweet Explaining unemployment in a job interview? Haydn asks: I have been unemployed for nearly 6 months now. I finished university in 2007 and have only managed to get 2 fixed terms jobs (one for 6 months and another for 4) with gaps in between them. The problem is that in the last 6 months […]

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Redundancy or Jump?

- economics, Employment, job hunting, job search, recruitment, redundancy, tutorial


Tweet Redundancy or Jump? I get asked this question of redundancy or jump constantly at present, which only goes to fuel my thought that the economy has not yet turned around. Here is a version of the question, with my thoughts and suggested actions: Loren asks: When is the best time to jump from a […]

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Job Search Lessons

- career coaching, career planning, career transition, CV Tips, Employment, job search, recruitment, redundancy, tutorial


Tweet Job Search Errors What is your excuse for not being able to get the job you want? It’s the economy It’s the market It’s where I live It’s my skill set I am too old/young, etc Can I be straight with you? It is probably less to do with the above, and more to […]

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Resign or Redundant?

- career transition, CV Help, CV Tips, discipline, Employment, job hunting, Job Interview Questions, professionalism, redundancy, sacked, tutorial


Tweet Resign or Redundant? Kirsty asks: Is it better on CV to resign from a job, or to be made redundant? I am considering changing my job but I think I might be made redundant in the next three months. Do future employers prefer to see ‘resigned from previous job’ or ‘made redundant from previous […]

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