You’re a graduate – what do you have to offer?

You’re a graduate – what do you have to offer?

Blog Share Yes you may have got a 2:1 in your degree, but what else do you have to offer an employer? Yes you may have a little work experience, maybe you have worked in Sainsburys on the till, or in a Care Home assisting residents, but what else has University and...

Does work stress you out?

Does work stress you out?

Blog Share Whilst some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can intervene with your performance and impact on your emotional health. It can also affect your home life and even determine success or failure in your job. Stress isn’t always bad. A little bit of...

Eating at work – good or bad?

Eating at work – good or bad?

Blog Share Don’t feel guilty about eating alone at your desk or sneaking out for a hangover busting fry up, eating during office hours can be one of life’s greatest pleasures. Stuffing your face at work could bring joy to a really stressful day. Here are some of the...

Gap in your CV – what to do?

Gap in your CV – what to do?

Blog Share A gap in your employment may be a period of months when you have found it difficult to find the right job or have been travelling, a huge gap in your employment could have been because you have raised a family or have returned to education. Whatever the...

Why work in London?

Why work in London?

Blog Share The Mayor of London – Sadiq Khan – has launched London’s Good Work Standard. Promising to make London the best place to live and work. But can this be done? We believe there are many, many benefits to working in London whether you live in the centre or not....

New job – what not to do

New job – what not to do

Blog Share Starting a new job is exciting and terrifying at the same time. It gives you the opportunity start over, learn new things, refresh your skills, take on new challenges and make new work friends. Whilst all this sounds great, you are bound to worry about...