Many students go through university with one goal in mind – to land their dream job after graduation. But, with over 500,000 students graduating each year in the UK, it is fair to say that the job market can be quite competitive. While a qualification will certainly help in your job search, there is more to landing a job than a degree.
Social distancing has been identified as a crucial method in order to help slow the spread and rate of infection during the current #coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. As the UK continues to wind down, with schools, transport and more businesses scheduled to close and work from home, flexible working specialists Instant Offices have investigated the industries that are likely to be prepared for complete remote working, and how businesses can overcome the typical challenges of managing a remote team.
90% OF THE JOB MARKET IS NOW CANDIDATE-DRIVEN – HOW TO RECRUIT IN 2020 As the year draws to a close, many companies begin to review their policies and their employee retention – something that can prove challenging with today’s workforce who are less likely to be loyal to a business who doesn’t prioritise factors that are important to them.
Between the realisation of having to go back to work post-Christmas and struggling with finances over the 5-6-week payday gap, just under half of adults (44%) confess to suffering with January Blues. The most depressing day of the year, dubbed ‘Blue Monday’, falls on the 20th; and only 5% of Brits consider themselves happy during this time of the year.