There’s no doubt the job market has seen a huge amount of change in recent years. Following the tough times of the recession, the UK is now in a state of economic recovery, with employment figures continuing to rise.
For a millennial in the workplace, it can sometimes seem like you’re banded together with a group of people that you don’t feel you’ve got a huge amount in common with. With some articles calling out millennials as lazy, selfish and lacking in commitment, it’s easy to let assumptions and stereotypes cloud just how important you are to the UK workforce and economy.
You’ve submitted the perfect application, nailed the interview and have just been offered the job. It might seem like the process is over and you’re ready to move on. But the final hurdle can be one of the most daunting.
Many companies across the UK use contact centres for B2C or B2B sales activity, customer service, account management and much more. The retail & distribution sector has the most contact centres at approximately 16%, but the finance sector has the most jobs at nearly 18%.
Many organisations that experience seasonal demand look for temporary help during the festive season, whilst others are busy planning for their New Year recruitment. So while you’re making plans for the festive season, it could also be a great opportunity to think about a new temporary or permanent job.
A fresh start, a new set of challenges, lots of vacancies to choose from - It's not just you in the market for a new job. Here are three tips that will help you stand out from the crowd and get the job
Taking those first tentative steps on the career ladder is a huge moment in anyone’s working life. Here’s our quick guide to avoiding some of the common mistakes candidates make when entering the recruitment process for the first time