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Networking for students
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Networking for students

Networking is an essential part of finding a job — especially during a pandemic Most people think of networking as just having coffee with someone or going to an industry event. However, things like that are not so easy in the middle of this pandemic...

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10 Tips to Reinvent Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus
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10 Tips to Reinvent Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus

Unexpected events force us to question ourselves. They can push us out of our comfort zones, and cause our priorities to shift. So it’s no wonder then that the current pandemic is leading to many people rethinking their careers. Maybe you’re on furlough with more..

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How to become a non-executive director
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How to become a non-executive director

NEDs are vital to any organisation for several reasons, bringing specialist expertise and valuable insights and their independence from the main management of the company, also makes them ideal for monitoring and evaluating a company’s executive directors. In practice you will most likely be expected..

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Leadership Tips to Get Started with Racial Equality
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Leadership Tips to Get Started with Racial Equality

The recent protests that have sparked the global debates around diversity and inclusion, and with institutional racism being a key focus of conversations, how can leaders develop and develop truly equitable workplace environments, whilst putting a better focus on increasing racial equity? The shifting focus..

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Ignore the naysayers. We women make great plumbers!”
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Ignore the naysayers. We women make great plumbers!”

If you were stuck on an island and needed just one person with all the skills to build, decorate, plumb and heat your home, Corrina Bailey would probably be the perfect choice. She started training as a bricklayer at college before changing to a multi-trade..

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How to become a confident public speaker
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How to become a confident public speaker

Most people aren’t born public speakers, but everyone can become a good, even inspiring, speaker. Author James Schofield offers some down-to-earth tips If you dislike talking in public you’re not alone; millions of people dislike standing in front of an audience. However, fear of public..

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Have you got the Dedication to Work for a Charity?
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Have you got the Dedication to Work for a Charity?

We cannot expect to compete with the likes of the late great Sir Captain Tom Moore; however, you could consider doing your bit for your fellow human beings and join the Charity Sector. Competition for jobs is high, and top charities can afford to select..

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Why it is a Good Time for Graduates to Choose a Career in Recruitment
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Why it is a Good Time for Graduates to Choose a Career in Recruitment

With hopefully light at the end of the tunnel as more people get their vaccination, business of also types and sizes will be ramping up their operations and productions again. And this must be good news for the recruiting industry as busy HR Managers rush..

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Explore Sky: Home Service Apprenticeships in England Digital Insight Day
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Explore Sky: Home Service Apprenticeships in England Digital Insight Day

You’ve probably never considered a career in Sky Home Service before – but if you’re looking for an apprenticeship that gives great support and excellent benefits, why don’t you come along to our digital insight day and find out if this is the perfect job..

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Job Hunting During a Pandemic
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Job Hunting During a Pandemic

Society is changing across the world in how we live, eat and work especially since the Covid 19 Pandemic hit us. That said with the vaccine programmes in full swing, there is optimism around and that goes for employers too. The local bakery will reopen..

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