When I started in recruitment I was promised I could earn lots of money quickly, which you can.
I was hooked. I had to do this job.
I was chasing money, I admit that I got into recruitment to earn money and leave the industry as soon as possible.
I soon found out that what came with this job was unethical practices, which I just did not like.
Lying to people, sending companies CVs they do not want, unnecessary amounts of cold calls amongst some.… Read more
As a new year approaches, most of us have some plans for what we want to achieve for the year ahead. Often this means ‘out with the old and in with the new’, and you might be thinking about securing alternative employment.
According to a pan-European study by ADP, The Workforce View in Europe 2015/16 published last month, UK employees are the least loyal in Europe with a staggering 47% of them planning to move jobs by 2018!
If you are one of them, looking to secure a new job in the New Year, these ten steps should get you started.… Read more
Facebook for many of us is a large time filler, entertainer and connector to the outside world. There are many positives Facebook brings; including connecting distant friends and family, and sharing thoughts, videos, pictures and experiences with those you might not otherwise have the chance to. But how much time should we really allow for social media? What are the mental effects it has on society, especially the younger generations?
Recent studies have shown that school children using social media at night, to heavy extents, are at an increasing risk of depression and anxiety.… Read more