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Have you ever wondered, what if it was time to shift my career goals?
Is where I am currently working, working for me?
If I were to consider my options, what are they, exactly?
The new generation has embedded itself into the work force. Gen Y, which is defined as people born between 1983 – 1995 actually now comprises of around 18% of our workforce and with this new generation come some very new demands and desires.
As recruitment consultants, we spend a lot of time with candidates prior to them meeting with a client for interview for several reasons
I think I’ve heard it about a million times. HR/Recruitment is going to be replaced by technology. ...
Do you know what Gen Y’s ideal boss is? Are you it? Remember your boss could be a Gen Y’r themselves. So what the new workforce consider a good leader?
It’s always difficult negotiating ones salary. Even if are a seasoned professional and have gone through the process multiple times the fact that you are sitting in front of your employer agreeing on how both of you value your contribution to the organisation will inevitable get personal.
Some of the Memes for #backtowork are brilliant. It’s always hard to switch back into work mode: from the couch eating chocolates to the desk typing emails is a big step but it seems to be much easier for some people. I was greeted this morning with some early tweets from @TheRock and @RyanSerhant posting pictures from the gym at 4.10am and 5.45am respectfully, nailing their workout before hitting the ‘office’.
When I moved From Dublin’s Fair City to Cork for work opportunities, I wasn't sure how I’d settle in in a city where, at one point people were petitioning to have separate passports to the rest of the country.
The question is never really asked on how to read a CV or how a CV is read for that matter. It’s amazing more emphasis is not put on this as effective reading of a CV is not only an extremely useful skill for candidates but also is a must for ‘in tune’ employers....