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  Lets not pretend that everything is perfect. Things go wrong during interviews. However, preparation is where you triumph. When talking to clients and receiving feedback, lets share with you what a candidate needs to be aware of, so when the interview day comes, nothing is left to chance. What we’ll share with you is what recruiters have said to us. Here is what candidates may not know, so they are better pre-pared. In our
  Performance has to be measured from goals set, not how much time someone spends in an office. Flexibility and openness have to be taken on board when it comes to getting back into work. A recent report From Career Woman to Working Mum for Mums Enterprise, asked 1,000 mothers on happiness in their working lives. The survey highlighted that 24% were denied flexible working, 15% were passed over for promotion, 8% were made redundant
It is almost cyclical where one action affects another and layers are effectively built. It is time to go back to school and get the ‘dog-eared’ textbook out. Without going too geology GCSE on you, that is how rock is formed. The planet is made up of different layers. For instance, sand from the beach gets compacted as more sediment is deposited on the top. Eventually the sediment becomes so dense, that over time it
Whilst the influences of AI, machine learning and technology represent a glimpse into the future, the biggest skillsets for tomorrow are centered on the ability to learn and change.  According to the World Economic Forum (January 2018) and the Future Of Jobs And Skills report, 65% of children today will end up in careers that do not exist yet.  How does this prepare for the future? Is there a disconnect between education and commerce? How can young people have the skillsets