Whether you’re taking your first step into the professional world or have years of experience behind you, these blogs are designed to help you handle interviews, coworkers, raises and everything in between.
Analytical skills are highly valued in our fast-paced and ever-changing world. Whether you’re applying for a job or settled into your role and simply want to improve, employers want employees who can think critically and solve problems efficiently. This post covers everything you need to know.
Hiring managers are looking for more than just hard job skills. They want to know if you arrange your day efficiently, make deadlines, and get everything done. So, how do you let them know you’re an organisational artist?
Learning how to introduce yourself professionally is a real skill. Whether you’re having a job interview or networking, you need to get this short speech down. Read our simple guide to perfect it quickly and easily.
Character references allow an employer to understand who you are as a person and why you’d make a good fit for their open position. If you’ve been asked to write one for someone else, this blog will break down each step of creating a sparkling character reference.
Across the UK, employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers. If you find yourself ready to join them, you’ll need a simple resignation letter to make a clean break. In this blog, we’ll walk you through how to write one step-by-step.
How to say goodbye to colleagues is an important consideration – whether you are leaving or someone else is the one departing. Tell leavers what their impact meant to you and offer some clarity if you’re the one the way out. We share examples of how to say goodbye in a professional, yet heartfelt mannar.
Research shows that older job seekers often face age discrimination. What can you do to prevent ageist bias? And are there regulations to offer older employees a level playing field? We will also show you how to successfully apply as an over-50 and how to create a convincing CV.