Changing jobs or careers is never an easy move and that nervous feeling in the pit of your stomach doesn’t help the process. No interview will ever go the way you planned but there are definitely a few tips that
Millennials or “Snowflakes”, as they are now being referred to, are getting a bad press. Millennials are anyone born between 1980 and 2000, so I myself would be included in this category. I have read many negative articles over the
Rewind seven years to 2010, the year of my graduation: the industry was still facing backlash from the recession and unemployment among graduates was increasing since the 2007 crash. There were still jobs out there, but the number of applicants
As the unemployment rate falls to 4.3%, many employers are finding it increasingly difficult to find the right talent to plug the skills gap. When business is booming the permanent candidate pool is declining – so what can businesses do to
I started to write this blog with annoyance, but the more I wrote, the more I actually felt empowered and excited about the amazing chance we have to help people in their careers. Me I have been recruiting for almost 12 years now.
Progressing your Retail Merchandising career outside London where the cost of living is lower, may seem like pie in the sky to most Londoners, but there is a growing number of retailers based outside of the capital with opportunities for
The question should be, how do we fit in with China? Don’t be fooled when you read that their economy is cooling off. China will be the world’s strongest growing economy for many years to come. They are currently achieving
The creative industries are possibly the most competitive, and therefore the most difficult areas to get a foothold in. Building a solid career in fashion, a strong reputation as an in-house designer, having your own brand, or being a successful