It’s fair to say that the 2020 New Year didn’t kick-off as expected. January is usually one of the most active months for job seekers and hiring managers, as majority of companies set their hiring budgets in January, which means the bulk of the hiring can begin straight away. January also brings the whole “New
How do you get that promotion at work when your coworkers are also jockeying for it? Standing out from the competition may be easier than you think. Here are some ways to stand out without destroying your relationships with your colleagues. Go Above and Beyond Yes, you probably have heard this before, but have you
Firstly, you must examine the propose of a cover letter, they have the power to make or break your job seeker success. A generic, untailored cover letter can mean your CV never even gets a glance, while a long-winded cover letter can leave the hiring manager uninterested. A job seeker can spend 1 – 2 hours
Your first day in a new job will always be a memorable one – particularly if you are being on-boarded remotely – hopefully for the right reasons. Of course, starting a new job is going to come with some stress and nerves but making a positive impression is still possible regardless of this. First impressions
It will never demand a wage increase, request health insurance or even call in sick on a Monday morning, so is it any wonder automation is becoming the future workforce. Bill Gates and Barack Obama have both sent out warnings about the pace in which automation is taking over jobs, with Bill Gates proposing a
Attrition is a major concern for business leaders, and it’s not often one which can be easily resolved. When a good employee leaves your organization, you’re not only facing the immediate costs of hiring and training a new employee, the bottom line is also impacted by the internal knowledge that key employees take with them.
If you read enough job descriptions, they start to blur together. There isn’t much to distance from another; they are generally comprised of a long, bulleted list of very specific qualifications, followed by a paragraph requesting that candidates be able to sit, stand, and use Microsoft Office at a proficient level. All told, these job
From 2008 onwards, Poland seen a high rate of immigration to other European countries. An educated workforce found it difficult to secure work in Poland, therefore, headed to other EU cities to gain their employment experience. One European country, which seen an influx of Polish nationals over the last number of years was the UK.