In this e-guide Robert Walters, together with start-up leaders, share insights on the three start-up characteristics that make them more attractive to professionals, and how more established organisations can incorporate these to recruit the best talent.
A well-balanced skillset is a must for any serious jobseeker. But there’s a big difference between soft and hard skills, and the way to showcase them to a potential employer. We look at this important topic with the help of two experts.
The world has changed — in just a few short months, the global coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the ways that we live and work. While working from home is by no means a new concept, it’s one that we’ve all had to suddenly come to terms with.
The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and displaced workforces across the globe at breath-taking speed. While working from home is by no means a new concept, it’s one that we’ve all had to suddenly come to terms. Here’s our top tips to making a success of working from home.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, businesses have acted quickly, requiring employees to work from home to mitigate the risk of spreading the virus. While we don’t yet know the full impact of COVID-19, companies not only face the sudden need to effectively manage business-wide remote working arrangements, many have also found themselves in the positions where they need to implement employee pay cuts, or furlough and lay off staff to minimise operational costs.
If you’re applying for a job after a lengthy period of employment, chances are your CV will need some significant updating. Using psychological triggers or ‘nudges’ offers an interesting way to approach refreshing your CV.