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July 2016

Office perks: Have they lost their pulling power?

Although exciting office perks might make a role seem more appealing, knowing their true importance is vital. But not all candidates (or employers) see benefits as a big deal. So, are office perks a must-have, or have they lost their pulling power?

Postgrad life vs. Undergrad life

Considering going back to uni? If you’re not sure how further education differs from your undergrad experiences, here are a few things you might see differently as a postgrad:

How to: Deal with horrible bosses

Not a big fan of your boss? To help you turn things around, here’s our guide to some horrible bosses you could encounter, and how to deal with them.

Seven reasons Pokémon Go is an occupational hazard

We’ve all heard about the guy who caught a Pidgey while his wife was giving birth, and the people who think it’s OK to Pokémon Go and drive, but here are seven work-based examples that prove Pokémon Go has gone too far:

Five things you should never do at work

Figuring out how to act at work can be tough. To make sure you’re always on your best behaviour, here are five things you should never do at work:

Five ways to impress on your first day

The first day at a new job can be daunting. But go about it the right way, and you’ll be part of the furniture in no time. Here are our Top 5 ways to impress on your big day…

What is a CV?

Not sure what to do on your CV? We can help with that. To help you understand what they’re all about, and make yours work harder for you, here are a few things you should know about CVs:

Work from home jobs

Want to work from home? Here are some careers to consider, and some of our top tips to help you get there:

Three things Andy Murray winning Wimbledon can definitely teach you about your job search

Sunday served up a perfect demonstration of sporting persistence to inspire you in your quest for something new. Here are three things to take from SW19:

The top courses to help you get hired July 2016

It’s fair to say that so far summer hasn’t really gone to plan. To help put a smile back on your face, here are three courses you could be starting in July:

Selling online: How to make the most of your digital sales strategy

Constructing a clear digital sales strategy is crucial in helping your business grow, not to mention make more money. Here are some tips to get you started.

Five of the coolest offices in the world

Need to get to meetings quicker? Why not take the slide? Here are five of the coolest offices in the world, and how you might be able to become a part of them (goodbye plain old desk):

What it’s like to work for Twitter

Want to work for one of the fastest growing tech organisations? To give you an idea of the interview process and working atmosphere, here’s what it’s like to work for Twitter:

The top companies hiring in July 2016

So, June was a pretty interesting month. But aside from a couple of high profile vacancies, what else is out there? Here are five companies hiring in July.

Five of the best paying part-time jobs

To help keep you see which options are both flexible and financially viable, here are some of the best-paying part-time jobs:

June 2016

Brexit Britain: Five ways leaving the EU could affect your job search

The British people have given their instruction: they want to leave the EU. But what does it mean for your job prospects? Here are five questions answered.

How to become a Florist

Whether you want to become a Florist or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Florist Career Guide to find the facts.

Eight things all recent graduates are tired of hearing

When you graduate, it seems like everyone is an expert on employment. We’ve already covered 10 things you wish you could tell your pre-graduate self, but here are eight things all recent graduates are tired of hearing:

What is a cover letter?

To help you understand what they’re all about, and make yours work harder for you, here are a few things you should know about cover letters:

How to become a Creative Director

Whether you want to become a Creative Director or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Creative Director Career Guide to find the facts.

How do recruitment agencies work?

Not sure how recruitment agencies actually work? Here’s a quick guide to help you get started, and some tips to help make sure they work for you:

University open days: What you need to know

Not sure which university is right for you? Don’t panic. To help you get up to speed, here’s a quick rundown on how university open days work:

How to become a Day Trader

Whether you want to become a Day Trader or you’re looking to develop your career, read our Day Trader Career Guide to find the facts.

Five of the best part-time jobs for students

Need to earn while you learn? A part-time job could be for you. To make sure you’re looking in the right places, here are five of the best part-time jobs for students: