Career Advice

What Qualifications do Businesses Value Highly?
What Qualifications do Businesses Value Highly?

Other than the specialist qualifications required for specific careers, which of course businesses consider essential, there is a large number of courses and qualifications that you can take to make yourself more appealing to potential employers. The qualifications that businesses value aren’t necessarily always the most hard to get; many of them are in fact quite easy to acquire. Instead…

Making a Good First Impression on Colleagues
Making a Good First Impression on Colleagues

A big factor in how positive you’ll find your work experience is how well you get on with your colleagues. From how easily you’re able to work with them, to how easily polite conversation comes, your relationship with your colleagues can have a big impact. A big part of developing a good relationship with your colleagues is making a good…

Learning Management Skills
Learning Management Skills

At a certain point, most career paths will develop a degree of management responsibility. It can be a pretty big jump from doing your job of managing a certain aspect of company operations to being responsible for organising another person’s workload, and maybe even having to step in at certain a point of what they’re doing at the drop of…

Writing Out a CV
Writing Out a CV

A CV is generally speaking what gets you in the door. Because of this, it is arguably one of the most important parts of a job application, and getting right is often the difference between a successful and unsuccessful application. To write a good CV has to be done with the goal of getting your job application through to the…