Tips & Articles

How to prepare for a ministry role

Whether you were born with visions of becoming a church leader or feel God is now leading you into some form of ministry, it’s worth giving some serious thought to what it might involve and how you can best prepare. Each role will be different, but the aim of this guide is to give some general advice if you’re serious about becoming a minister.

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Looking for work if you have a disability

Applying for jobs can be very daunting, especially if you feel that employers may overlook you because of a disability.

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Turned down after a job interview? How to survive a rejection

It can really dent your confidence if you’re not offered the job after an interview, particularly if you feel that you performed well. 

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5 ways to make your job application stand out

Whether you’re just starting out on your job search or have been applying unsuccessfully for some time, you’re probably aware that new jobs are in short supply and that there is high demand for each role. 

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FAQs: Disclosing criminal records to employers

People who have been convicted of crimes are often worried about applying for jobs, whether they have served out the sentence or not. 

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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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