Job seekers are advised to ask questions at the end of an interview to show interest in the opportunity. The challenge is that most candidates worry so much about what to ask that they can’t focus on the actual discussion happening right before them. To alleviate the anxiety, you should have a few questions ready
The lead-up to Christmas is an important time of the year for businesses to boost their profits, with 4.7 million adults intending to spend more than usual on Christmas presents this year. In light of this, small business credit card company, Capital on Tap, has shared expert tips to help small businesses make the most
Millions of Britons and around one-in-six Londoners are looking to change jobs in the next six months according to new research, in a sign that the UK’s labour market could get even more competitive. Around one in seven workers questioned by Barnett Waddingham, the professional services consultant, predicted they would have different work in six
Some top tips to help you address the reasons for changing jobs during an interview: Be transparent about why you’re leaving Take some time to list all the reasons you’re looking for another job. If you’re not sure what they are, start by asking yourself the following questions: What are your core beliefs? What are
Towards the end of 2022, 77% of small businesses in the UK predicted growth in the coming year. But as market demands consistently shift, simply wishing for growth isn’t enough. In fact, planning and structure must go into any business adjustment you predict to see in the future, whether positive or negative for your business.
Changing jobs can be one of the most challenging situations in your professional life, yet it can be important for your career and personal development. You may work for a company for a long time and become daunted by the prospect of leaving. Knowing the various good reasons for leaving a job can help you
Has your degree prepared you for stepping into a career straight after university? Employers believe that less than half of students have the required soft skills A report from The Institute of Student Employers (ISE) has revealed that (employers believed) only 48% of graduates had the soft skills they needed for entering the workplace. Less