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Author Archives: Charlotte Eve
LinkedIn is big, powerful and becoming one of the most important tools for anyone seeking professional roles or looking to develop their career.
Are you a strong communicator? If so you may be in possession of a soft skill that employers are crying out for! Continue reading
Having worked with parent returners and people at all stages of their career who have an employment gap – here are some useful tips for you to consider! Continue reading
Many people find themselves in a career that offers little in the way of satisfaction other than the pay cheque at the end of the month. So here’s some advice that may either help you avoid this pitfall or help you if you are one of those people that feel trapped. Continue reading
Graduating is a bitter/sweet experience. Your exams are over but now you’ve got to start preparing yourself for the jobs market. This is not the easiest thing to get started on, especially when a summer of freedom is staring you … Continue reading
Now that spring has finally sprung (despite ‘The Beast from the East’s best efforts) we think of new life and new beginnings. For many, the winter has been a time of planning career change and I’m pleased to have been … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when we look back and contemplate the year that’s been and (almost) gone! Continue reading
Automation is here and apocalyptic stories of career doom are hard to ignore but do we really need to rethink our careers today and plan for the arrival of technological advances that will essentially make us redundant?
Most of us use some sort of social network in our day-to-day social lives but for many of us LinkedIn still remains something of a mystery. Follow these easy steps and start your journey to LinkedIn mastery! Continue reading
What you do on social media is fun, or serious, or interesting. But does it matter to anyone else except the people you’re connected with? Unfortunately, yes—and it’s probably your next potential employer. When should you be worried, and what can you do about it? This graphic can help. Continue reading