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  • Want to be the first to hear about the latest jobs? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZqy

    How to be the first to hear about the latest jobs

    Do you remember the days when jobseekers would to rush to buy a newspaper just so they could scope out all the newly published job adverts and quickly apply via post or fax? Once upon a time, searching for jobs was a far more time-consuming, arduous process.

  • About to set off on holiday? Already dreading returning to work? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZGG

    Already dreading going back to work after your holiday?

    We're all familiar with the pang of excitement we get when switching our 'Out of Office' on - it's often the final thing we do at work before that long-awaited holiday. But that excitement is often over-shadowed by a sinking feeling - what will be waiting for us when we return?

  • About to set off on holiday? Already dreading returning to work? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZG1

  • Giving and receiving feedback can feel uncomfortable, and unfortunately, it’s something people often try to avoid. Mastering it starts with learning how to listen well: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoOe

    How to master the art of receiving feedback

    Giving and receiving feedback can feel uncomfortable, and unfortunately, it's something people often try to avoid. But feedback is a big deal.

  • Refresh your CV by following these quick and easy steps: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoOv

    3 quick and easy ways to refresh your CV

    At this time of year, many are naturally contemplating some kind of change in their professional lives. For some, this will spell leaving their current role. If you'd like a new job to be on the horizon for you, I would advise refreshing your CV in the following ways: 1.

  • Not sure how well your recent interview went? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoTG

    11 signs your interview went well

    Nothing quite beats that feeling when you walk out of an interview room. The thorough preparation, interview nerves, and the fact that you've had to talk yourself up for the best part of an hour can really take it out of a person, so it can be quite a relief when it's over.

  • Writing a job description? Here’s how to turn those seemingly unavoidable clichés, into something much more compelling: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoT6

    4 job advert clichés every hiring manager should be wary of

    Ah, the ever important job advert. No matter how technology changes the way employers sell themselves to candidates; whether it's giving Virtual Reality tours of the office, or accepting "Snaplications" via Snapchat - job adverts will always remain key to attracting talent. I've spoken before on how to get this right, and which mistakes to avoid.

  • Not sure how to prepare for a panel interview? This advice will help you: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQou2

    How should you prepare for a panel interview?

    Interviewing with one person is daunting enough, but the prospect of facing a panel of multiple interviewers can feel even more intimidating. And, if you're currently preparing for this kind of panel interview, I'm sure visions of sitting in front of several stony faces, being bombarded with quick-fire questions in rapid succession may well be flashing through your mind.

  • Want to find a career mentor? Here's how: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbmw

    The truth about finding a career mentor

    Everyone with ambition needs a good career mentor. It's as simple as that. Your career mentor is that confidential advisor who can objectively help you to overcome your professional hurdles in order to meet your goals. And yet you still don't have one. Why not?

  • Feeling nervous about an upcoming interview? These tips will help calm your nerves and keep things in perspective: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbNI

    Change your thinking and calm your interview nerves

    Whether it's racing thoughts, sweaty palms or feeling restless, one thing is for certain - those job interview nerves are starting to kick in. If you could just shake those nerves in time for the interview, you would be able to exude confidence and make a strong impression.

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