Your workspace should support you and your daily work. But is your current workspace helping or hindering your efforts? Workspace clutter is not only a visual distraction, but it can also be a physical impediment when it comes to getting things done.
Are you looking to get more done at work today, and every day? You’re not alone. Unfortunately, many people mistakenly believe increasing one’s productivity means working as quickly as one can. The irony is that there is great benefit in slowing down and viewing the process of productivity on a more holistic level. With just a few simple changes to your mindset, you can improve your productivity levels at work, home, and beyond.
Sometimes things just don’t go your way! You can do hours of preparation and plan for every possible situation, but ultimately it is out of your control and something goes amiss. Take a job interview. All it needs is someone with a little bit more experience to come along at the last minute, and you might miss out to them. Here are some of the worst things that you need to avoid when going for interviews.
Social media is still a relatively new but incredibly fast moving industry that is growing all the time. According to Statista 2.46 billion people currently use social media with this number expected to exceed 3 billion by 2021. Our digital marketing expert David Pawsey explains if companies should use Instagram.
What have Richard Branson (Virgin), Satya Nadella (Microsoft) and John Legere (T-Mobile) got in common? No, this isn’t the start of a terrible joke. Not only are they innovative business leaders but they’re also highly prolific and effective on social media.
Let’s not beat around the bush. If your business isn’t blogging then it should be. Why? Well, there’s a number of reasons. But the short answer is you’re missing out on leads and sales if you’re not business blogging.
Telephone interviews are increasingly becoming part of the recruitment process. Not only does it enable recruiters to whittle down the short list but can often save candidates and hiring managers time. So what steps should you take to maximise your chances of making it through to the next round of the recruitment process? Read on to find out.
Resumes look a lot different than they used to, as resume design becomes almost as important as your content. When preparing your resume, it’s imperative you consider both content and design, to ensure you are presenting yourself in the best possible light when applying for new job opportunities. Our career expert Rebecca McFarland summarized everything you need to know about resume writing.
Like many other industries, social media has completely revolutionised the recruitment sector. LinkedIn makes it a great deal easier for candidates to demonstrate their experience and expand their network. Likewise, recruiters are able to seek out candidates that they think will be most suitable for the role they are looking to fill.
Ice-breaker interview questions are usually asked in the early stages of the interview. They are predominantly used to help you feel more comfortable and to encourage you to open up about your skills, experience and personal attributes.