Love some help to resume your career after a break?

In this free two-hour workshop Hannah Martin, founder of Talented Ladies Club, and Emma Cleary Director of Ten2Two Sussex will share advice on how to start your job hunt in earnest.

Here’s what you’ll learn.

With as many as 93% of employers now using LinkedIn for recruiting, you can’t afford NOT to have a professionally completed profile. Hannah will reveal the three biggest mistakes people make on their LinkedIn profile – and how you can avoid them. She’ll share valuable tips you can implement straight away to improve your results from LinkedIn.

Emma, meanwhile, will talk through the process of identifying roles in your specialist area, and the end-to-end recruiting cycle. She’ll also discuss CVs and LinkedIn and how to make yourself ready for work when that all important job spec lands in your inbox.

There will be free tea and coffee available, and the chance to meet and connect with other like-minded local women.

This workshop is completely free of charge. If you wish, we’d also like to invite you to stay on for a buffet lunch with Emma and Hannah, and get a chance to chat further to your fellow workshop attendees. The buffet lunch is charged at cost at £8 per head.

We look forward to seeing you there

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/free-linkedin-workshop-tickets-32529125490

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