When you start looking for a new job and even getting interviews, it can feel like an incredible awkward position to deal with your current employer. Here are a few tips to ease the pain.
Being dismissed from a job is not only an immediate blow to your pride, confident and bank balance, but it can feel like a major hurdle to finding a new post. Here are a few ways to overcome the natural stigma.
Most of us assume that our salaries will go up fairly consistently through our life, whether through inflation-related pay rises, promotions, or moving to better paid jobs. But sometimes it can be worth moving to a new job even if the salary is lower.
When you’re looking for work later in life — particularly if you are out of work for the first time — it can feel as if the market is against you and obsessed with youth. However, there are plenty of ways you can compete and even thrive when it comes to getting a job.
When you are lucky enough to find a new job (or if you’re so unhappy in your current job you decide to leave anyway), you’ll need to formally tell your current employer you are leaving. Writing the letter can be tricky, but here are a few tips.
With unemployment at long-term highs, it may seen insane to go through a job application process, “win” the job, then decide not to take it. But in some circumstances it can be the smart decision.
Even while most job adverts use relatively plain English rather than excessive jargon and waffle, it can be difficult to work out exactly what message is being conveyed. Here are a few tips to tell what’s really being said.
While most job interview advice tells you what you should do, there are some things which you should definitely avoid. Here are some of the dangers to watch out for.
The world is full of advice about how to write the perfect CV, but there are many so-called hard and fast rules that simply aren’t the certainties they are billed as. Here are some of the leading myths.
Aside from a first date, the job interview can be the trickiest style and fashion challenge you’ll ever face. Here’s how to make sure you create the right impression.
Rule number one is to always always always risk being too formal than too casual. If you get things wrong, it’s far better to be seen as overdressed than underdressed.