Yearly Archives: 2019

Flexible working jobs should be the default position for all employees, rather than it being up to individuals to request. That is the call from Conservative MP Helen Whately, who introduced a flexible working bill in Parliament this July. As we’ve been saying for a long time, if all jobs were flexible working jobs, it […]

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Introduction to LinkedIn Workshop LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful tool in the business community, with over 500 million users globally and used widely by employers and recruiters.  Having a great LinkedIn profile is becoming increasingly important in a competitive job market. We  will talk through an introduction to LinkedIn, how to set up your profile […]

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If you work part-time or are about to head off on your summer holiday or a bank holiday weekend, don’t forget to put your out-of-office message on before you go. We look at how what you say matters, and why it can help part-time workers to have one all year round.    What you say […]

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We see a lot of candidates hunting for home-based jobs or local work so they can complete their work and parenting duties. Many parents returning to work find jobs within school hour days – but it’s not always a viable option for everyone. So how much does it cost working parents to work? The crazy […]

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Many employers are inundated with annual leave and holiday requests over the summer. After all, the summer is peak holiday season for a reason. Some businesses find that new business drops off as a result – particularly those working with European markets whose doors may close for the month of August. But for other organisations, […]

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