Using social media to get a job

Using social media to get a job

Richard McMunn gives some tips on how to use social media to do your research in advance of an interview.…

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Making a winning impression at work from day one

Making a winning impression at work from day one

Starting a new job can be a daunting prospect for anyone – even senior managers. The very first impressions people give to colleagues and their boss are often linked to their future success and tenure with a company. Business Coach Marielena Sabatier, CEO of Inspiring Potential, offers some advice for new managers to ensure they get off to a flying start from day one.…

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Freelancing top tips

Paul James from PCG explains the importance of time management when you don't work a 9 to 5 office job.…

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Cover letters: first impressions count

Cover letters: first impressions count

Cover letters are vital to any job application, but many people neglect to apply the same standards to them as they do to their cv or application form, particularly when they apply to online jobs. Yet it is the first thing employers will read and first impressions count. Cv expert Mildred Talabi gives some advice on common errors, besides the usual bad grammar, spelling and punctuation.

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How to negotiate a flexible return to work

How to negotiate a flexible return to work

Anna Meller gives some tips on how to negotiate flexible working.…

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