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Jobs & Careers magazine | November 23, 2017

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Managing Your Manager

How to work out if a job is right for you…

April 13, 2013 |

It may sound cliché, but an interview is just as much about you working out whether a company is suited to you as it is about an employer deciding if you’re a fit for them. This means that you need to … Read More

Why it pays to be the underdog

February 27, 2013 |

With the job market saturated, and job competition at an all-time high, our defeatist attitudes can often get the better of us. But what if, being the underdog – the person with the least experience in an employer’s candidate pool … Read More

Why choose a start-up?

January 28, 2013 |

Where on earth are you supposed to want to work? A tricky question, with an answer that differs for every person considering it. For the uninitiated, it can seem like the end goal should be the biggest name you can … Read More

Should you change the way you act at work?

September 28, 2012 | 1

Choices that you make about how you act and interact can affect how successful you are in your personal life. Similarly at work, decisions about how you conduct yourself can affect your ability to perform well and to build productive … Read More

Good boss, bad boss

January 26, 2012 |

As much as an interview is a chance for a potential employer to find out more about you, it’s important to remember that it’s a two-way conversation. To this end, make sure you use the interview process as an opportunity … Read More

How to negotiate a pay rise

November 9, 2011 |

The very thought of asking for a pay rise can send shivers down the spine of some employees, and in times of economic uncertainty this is especially so. The assumption that merely having a job is good enough means that … Read More