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Some of the worst excuses people use to pull a sickie

Some of the worst excuses people use to pull a sickie

​The 2nd of February 2015 marked 'National Sickie Day'. Although this isn't actually a national holiday, it has been dubbed this because a shocking 69% of UK workers admitted to being tempted to call in sick on this day. Read more...

The reasons you don’t hear back after applying for a job

The reasons you don’t hear back after applying for a job

When you're looking for a job and spending days on end submitting your CV to application after application but don't hear anything back, it can become soul destroying after a while. Read more...

Career resolutions for 2015 and how to stick to them

Career resolutions for 2015 and how to stick to them

We're all familiar with concept of making a fresh start in the New Year and whilst this is a great time to take up a new hobby, get fit and save money, it's also the perfect opportunity to make some career resolutions. Read more...

UK’s employment gap continues to widen between the North and the South

UK’s employment gap continues to widen between the North and the South

The new Cities Outlook report has revealed that the North-South employment divide has widened significantly in the past decade. Whilst Southern English cities are driving the economic recovery, many in the North are losing their jobs. Read more...

The highs and lows of the recruitment industry in 2014

The highs and lows of the recruitment industry in 2014

2014 was a year of highs and lows for recruitment. Having been one of the hardest hit since the recession first began, it was great to witness more good news than bad news in the UK’s job market for the first time in years however. Read more...

2014’s most popular career choices

2014’s most popular career choices

Many factors contribute to continuously changing employment markets. For example, people continuing to work to a much older age, medical advances and even television programs can lead to a sudden interest in particular vocations Read more...