So you’ve decided the time is right for a career move and have smartened up your CV, met with your friendly recruitment consultant, shone at the interview and landed your dream job. And then your boss throws you off balance and responds to your resignation with a very tempting counter offer.
As the demand for digital skills continues to increase it’s more important than ever to make your benefits package stand out in order to attract the best possible talent to your business.
Unless you’ve been on a complete social media blackout, you’ll have encountered the phrases “quiet quitting” and “act your wage” at some point this year.
If you’re back from your summer holiday and you’re dreading going back to work, you’re not alone. Many of us feel the holiday hangover. But is it a temporary feeling? Or could it be time to move on?
Putting a job application together can be a lengthy process and it’s disheartening when you hear nothing back after submitting what you thought was a good pitch.
If you’re fresh out of education or want to break into a new sector, you might be considering unpaid work experience. Here’s our advice about the pros and cons.
The thought of handing in your resignation can make a lot of people feel uncomfortable. But it really needn’t be an awkward encounter, it’s normal and happens all the time.
Employee wellbeing should be important to every business owner, especially after the last few years. An effective wellbeing policy and active wellbeing focus can have many benefits including reduced staff absence and helping your team feel better supported.
The first step during any job search should be revamping your CV so it stands out to your potential employer. We’ve seen our fair share of CVs over the years and it always surprises us how many people miss out the basics.
There’s no doubt about it, what’s been labelled as “the great resignation” is here and it’s impacting businesses across the globe, from all sectors. We're covering everything you need to know.