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Skilled in tea making – What to put on your CV if you don’t have experience

21st December 2017

Writing a CV is never easy. There is a lot of pressure involved when you are trying to get the description of your skills, abilities and experience just right so that your CV stands out....

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21Dec2017

All I Want For Christmas Is You ….Oh And A New Job

18th December 2017

Christmas brings out a wide range of emotions in people. For kids, excitement and Christmas go hand in hand. Santa, presents, snow, time off school, the list is endless. These all combine to create the...

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18Dec2017

Z is for… 5 things to expect when employing the so-called generation Z worker

12th December 2017

Just for clarity let’s make sure we all know who we are talking about when we mention generation Z in this article. I am sure you are aware of, and indeed many of you reading...

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12Dec2017

Time management is hard – Realistic approaches to time management in your day

4th December 2017

The problem with time management techniques is I am sometimes too busy to keep them all up. They all work, and they all benefit your day, but the truth is that you can time manage...

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04Dec2017

The floor is lava now – Why resilience isn’t about ‘putting up’ with it

23rd November 2017

I sometimes think we can learn more from the way children deal with the world than we will ever learn from any amount of training or experience. One thing we can certainly learn from them...

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23Nov2017

Are you hiring to fail? – The true damage of bad hires and some ways to avoid them

13th November 2017

There is no denying that occasionally, no matter how hard we try, things will go wrong because nothing is foolproof. There is even a certain argument to be made that failing has a benefit in...

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13Nov2017

Shining without showing off – How to use your performance review to your advantage

7th November 2017

When you see as many people as we do here at Jobwise, you get a real overview of how people see the world of work. One thing that employees and sometimes employers seem to commonly...

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07Nov2017

Would you survive a Jobocalypse? – By Lee Farghaly

30th October 2017

The world has gone to pot; there has been a Job Apocalypse (Jobocalypse for short) overnight. Half the world’s jobs have gone, either completely disappearing or being made obsolete by machines. People are fighting against...

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30Oct2017