Resign or Redundant?

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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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Health and employment

- career transition, health, Job Application, politics, recruitment, sacked, tutorial

Tweet Health, Disclosure and Employment photo credit: niassembly The lessons for all from the case of Cheltenham Borough Council v Christine Laird, which reached a conclusion in London’s High Court yesterday, are now plain and open for all to see. The conclusion of the judge was that the recruitment procedure was poor, questions in forms […]

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50 ways to leave your lover – only 4 to leave your job!

- career management, career transition, CV Writing, Job Application, Job Interview, job seeking, redundancy, sacked

Tweet CV Writing As stated by the excellent Paul Simon in his own lyrics, there are 50 ways to leave your lover. But here, we are only interested in the four ways to leave your job – and none are to be included on your CV/resume! The four ways to leave your job are: Better […]

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Learn from being sacked: why I wouldn’t employ Sharon Shoesmith

- Employment, sacked

Tweet Learn from being sacked The case of the death of BabyP in Haringey is both tragic and awful. The mother and her boyfriend were rightly convicted and sent to prison for what was a series of abusive actions. They are the guilty parties in the whole case. But the choice of former Director of […]

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