Freelancing as a career #Infographic

Freelancing as a career

Not having a boss to deal with would be a great career change for many former nine-to-fivers. Turning your unique experiences into cash by writing about them for related websites has become a booming industry. Freelancers make up more than thirty percent of the workforce in the United States. Hobbyists, sports enthusiasts, travel buffs and creatives of all types are …

Four Reasons to Change Your Job

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Four reasons to change your job Are you uncertain about whether or not you want to change your job or career? Many people wonder if they’d be better off in another job but find it difficult to commit to the change. This is perfectly understandable, considering the scarcity of work and how much a career change can alter your life. …

Recruiting stats you should know as a Jobseeker #Infographic

Recruiting Stats

The infographic makes valuable points to a prospective job seeker. With the high costs of both unemployment and employee training only growing, there is little room for error in the hiring process. That’s why the shared experience between new employee and prospective employer is so critical. Companies, careful about whom they hire, are taking longer than ever to fill positions. …

Ten interview questions for remote working candidates #Infographic

Are you interested in becoming a remote worker? We can help you learn what is required to become a successful remote worker. Today many companies have started hiring remote workers. In remote hiring the opening interview is very important as the HR managers are looking for workers who are motivated, organised and skillful at telecommunication. The interviewer will ask about your …

Why Nonprofits Employees Quit #Infographic

Are you thinking of a career in the nonprofit sector? Do you manage a Nonprofit organisation? Find out why NGO employees quit! All small and medium sized businesses know how difficult it is to keep good employees. The challenges are multiplied for the nonprofit. The Infographic shows what causes best employees to leave and what can be done to improve …

50 Productivity Tips to Boost Your Performance #Infographic

Job Distractions

Whether you are an employee or business owner, you can benefit from this Infographic. It outlines simple tactics to help you stay on track and work productively. This article hits on some key ideas to help boost your brainpower with ideas on how to increase your focus, help you save time, prioritise your day, and help you keep yourself motivated …

Infographic: How To React To Weird Interview Questions From Apple or Google

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“How many cows are in Canada?” Kickresume has released an infographic that answers this odd interview question, and others. If you’re going to an interview at Apple, Google or Amazon you should know what to expect, right? Recently large tech companies have changed their approach to the classic interview. Don’t expect to be asked “What is your biggest weakness?” by …

Employee share ownership: what you need to know | Guardian Social Enterprise Network

In major developed countries like the United Kingdom, United States, and Spain, governmental laws have been intact to help promote good business practices when it comes to employee ownership.  Business schools around the world have found that allowing employees to share ownership in some form, helps promote the strength of the business itself. Working for a company that you own …

Uncertainty for Swansea and Llanelli staff in Comet crisis

Among the many large companies in the United Kingdom that have seen their market share diminish over the years due to the recession, electronics and discretionary item companies have been hit the hardest.  Comet, who owns a number of retail stores across the country, has been forced to consider shutting down a number of their storefronts. Comet employs over six …

Underemployment affects 10.5% of UK workforce

Since 2008, the amount of underemployed workers in the United Kingdom has steadily risen.  Today, nearly a tenth of workers questioned by the Office for National Statistics have reported themselves as being underemployed, or working less hour than they need.  Nearly a quarter of underemployed workers are seeking more hours at the job. Recruiters have benefited from this situation, knowing that workers …