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5 ways to cope with criticism at work

It's happened to all of us. We've all faced criticism at one time or another, whether deserved or not.

Juggling Act: How to make working and caring work for you

According to Carers UK, 6.5 million people in the UK currently care for someone who is elderly, ill or disabled. For those that make up this 6.5 million, life can increasingly resemble an emotionally pressured juggling act; with more and more balls constantly being added.

Don't be blind to invisible illnesses - 5 ways to support employees suffering in silence

According to Government statistics, there is an estimated 3.8 million people with a disability in employment. 

Who you gonna call? How ‘ghosting’ has moved into #Apprenticeships

In the dating world, it’s the dreaded term that has come to mean one person cutting off another entirely, without reason.

Harness the power of LinkedIn to help boost your career search

LinkedIn can be one of the most powerful tools when it comes to your professional life. Using it correctly can teach you more about your chosen field, help you make new industry connections and even boost your career search.

10 tips on how you can reduce workplace stress

It’s the same story every year, July and August fly by, and in that time half of the office disappeared on annual leave – while they enjoyed time with their families and soaked up the sun – it often fell to the rest of us to pick up their work and ensure their tasks were completed in their absence. According to research, doing this means not only were we having to work through our lunchbreaks, but a third of us feel overwhelmed with increased workloads and the pressure to deliver even more. So, as work starts to come back to normal, it’s often hard to shake off the feelings of stress and anxiety that you’ve contended with for months.

Accountancy will always be considered an elite profession’ according to new research

According to a recent survey, more than half (53%) of accountants agreed that ‘accountancy will always be considered an elite profession’. On top of this, 2 in 5 believed that individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds were not able to progress as well within the profession as those from more affluent circumstances.

Coping with Empty Nest Syndrome as the university year begins

Empty Nest Syndrome: Finding a new zest for life If you’re a parent whose child is about to leave for or has just started university, it’s natural to feel a range of emotions. You’ll no doubt feel happy they have achieved a place and are embarking on an exciting new adventure. At the same time, you may also be feeling a sense of sadness or loneliness. These conflicting feelings often referred to as ‘empty nest syndrome’, are common.

#ArtificialIntelligence will positively impact the accountancy profession, according to its workers

For many, the thought of adopting Artificial Intelligence #AI in the workplace is a daunting prospect.

5 top tips to keep stress at bay during #ResultsDay

How to cope with exam failure Results day is imminent and even those who couldn’t have studied harder or more thoroughly get nervous when exam results are published. But if your child or teenager didn’t get the result they were expecting or hoping for, it can really knock them for 6. Failing even the most minor test – let alone an important exam – can result in feelings of frustration, dejection and devastation, not to mention embarrassment.

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