Tips & Articles

The pros and cons of temping

If you’re currently between jobs and there don’t seem to be any suitable permanent roles out there, it may be worth considering temporary employment. It’s not for everyone, but it might just work for you!

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Should I date a work colleague?

We’ve all heard the stories of office romances that have resulted in blissful marriages as well as those that end in disaster, so how do you decide if you should date someone you work with? Some of these rules are set in stone, while others will be open to interpretation, so you’ll need to use a bit of discernment.

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30 steps to finding a new job (part 2)

If you’ve laid the groundwork for your job search from part 1 of this guide, you’re ready for part 2. This section will help you build an online profile, perform well in interviews and make the best use of available resources.

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30 steps to finding a new job (part 1)

Finding a new job can be a stressful process, particularly if you’ve been in the same role for many years or out of work for some time. Part 1 of this guide will help you get off to a good start, prepare a CV and cover letter, and channel your job search.

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7 ways to spice up your CV

If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a batch of CVs, you’ll already know that many are discounted at first glance.

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How good are you at job searching? Take our pop quiz!

If you’ve ever read a glossy magazine or used Facebook, you’re probably familiar with the pop quiz. Maybe you’ve worked out your age based on your musical tastes or come to the conclusion that he’s ‘just not that into you’ based on a set of ten very leading questions.

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Fancy a career change?

You’ve just spent a week on a beach somewhere, but you couldn’t get your mind off work. The truth is, your job has become mundane. You may have been passionate about it at the start, but now you’re just going through the motions. Is it time for a career change or do you just need to get your mojo back?

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How to get back into work when you’re feeling demotivated

We’re bang smack in the middle of the summer holidays, and maybe you’ve taken time off to go away with the family or have been travelling the globe for the best part of a year. Or perhaps you’ve had to take time off to care for someone or to raise your kids. 

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15 things you should probably do before you go on holiday!

It can be very refreshing to take a break from your normal routine, but a bit of careful preparation may affect how quickly you are able to unwind when you get there and settle back in when you return. 

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Why is accountability at work so important?

If you’re a churchgoer, you’ve probably heard the word ‘accountability’ being bandied about in a church setting, but what’s it got to do with work? 

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