A recent survey across Property Personnel’s social channels revealed that 46% of those who took part chose salary and benefits as the most important factor when applying for a new job, followed closely by hours and work-life balance with a
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, Not a creature was working, not even the mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes they wouldn’t show the wear and the tear.
The children were nestled all snug
He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice…no not Santa, but your future employer. If you want to make sure you’re not on the ‘naughty’ list, then you’d better read the advice below.
We spoke to employers to find out exactly
Do you feel as if you have to force yourself out of bed every weekday? Do you get the Sunday night blues just thinking about going to work on Monday? Do you find yourself counting down the days until the
When applying for a role, there are certain factors which can boost your chances of success tenfold: a well-written CV, competent interview performance or a fabulous set of exam results, for example. However, that’s not all that can set you
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Job hunting is one of those tasks that many of us approach with both trepidation and despondency. It’s hard work, it requires commitment and there’s a chance that it could take a while. Yet it seems odd that we don’t
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At school, college and university, the focus is on gaining qualifications that can open doors and help you step into the career of your dreams. However, if this were true, then why are so many young people struggling to secure
With a shortage of talented candidates on the jobs market and a reluctance from employers to go through the looooong process of recruiting, it is commonplace for businesses to present resigning staff with a counter offer.
“What are they giving you?