Let's face it, it's been a tough couple of years for businesses, and employees have been required to weather some vicious storms. So, how can you help your team feel enthusiastic about the year ahead when they return in January 2022?
Is it time to change careers? Or is it better to stick it out at your current company? Considering whether to change jobs is always a difficult decision. That’s because we have no way of knowing the outcome.
Want to know how to maximise holidays in 2022? Find out which 2022 annual leave dates to book in Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Wherever you are in the UK, find all the dates and information you need for bank holidays 2022.
So, your CV impressed, you've aced the job application, and now you've been selected for an interview. But how do you prepare for an interview effectively?
Personal Branding is becoming an increasingly important part of getting a new job. So we chatted with Hannah Power, a personal branding expert who runs her own consultancy, advising people on making the most of every opportunity.
It can be easy to rely on the technical skills of a candidate or employee as justification for their inclusion in your team but softer skills, communication, leadership, collaboration are becoming increasingly important for today's workforce.
Would it surprise you to know between 2016 and 2019, nearly three-quarters of jobs had more than 40% of the skills required change?
WFH. Those three letters have become synonymous with job adverts and working life across the UK over the last year. It is a benefit that the majority of job seekers are now looking for but is it what everyone wants? Or do we miss our colleague a little too much?
Are you finding happiness at work? Are you working for an inclusive company where you're inspired to innovate in your job? Find out why the right inclusive leadership could inspire you.