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Your Job Hunting Campaign
Finding the right job opportunity can take time, but planning your job hunting campaign can often lead to quicker success. By treating your job hunting campaign like a project, for example, by setting goals, schedules, gathering your resources and reviewing your progress, you can increase your chances of achieving job hunting success.
As a guide, we have put together some tips on how to start your campaign, and more importantly, keep on top of it.Click here to Download
Getting Back on Track - An Employee Guide to Redundancy
Organisations continually adapt to keep up with local and national market forces, which mean that employers will regularly review their staffing structures, and positions will fall under threat of redundancy. Facing redundancy or job loss can be a very stressful thing. Issues like finances, status and self-esteem take a knock. To some people it can feel like a bereavement in terms of loss, others are less affected. So what can you do if you find yourself being made redundant?Click here to Download
Creating an Interview Winning CV
A Curriculum Vitae, or CV, is the summary of your background, achievements, experience and skills that you have to offer a prospective employer. It's essential that you make it work for you. Your CV is the first step in "marketing" yourself and your ultimate aim must be to create an "interview winning" CV - to get you to the next stage of the recruitment process.Click here to Download
Interview Planning, Preparation & Technique
You’ve written your "interview winning" CV, so now it's time to stand out from the other applicants at that all important interview. To achieve this, it’s essential that you prepare - poor preparation can lead to poor results. So what can you do to make an often stressful experience run that little bit smoother?Click here to Download
Congratulations, you have your new offer of employment in writing and have decided to accept, but what do you do now? When it comes to saying “goodbye”, however hard it maybe, it's important not to let your emotions get the better of you. There is a “right” and “wrong” way to resign, you never know when you and your soon to be “ex-employer” will cross paths again, so take a step back, and follow this simple guides on how best to resign from your current position, and some pertinent points that you may wish to consider during the resignation process.Click here to Download