Freelancing doesn’t mean you have to work by yourself all the time. Read our tips for meeting other freelancers and developing a network of like-minded workers.
Sometimes it’s good to get another perspective. Freelance workers can often feel isolated because of their career choice, but working for yourself doesn’t necessarily mean you need to work by yourself. Meeting other freelancers means you can get another view on your work, feel more productive or just make a friend.
Don’t fancy working behind the Union bar this semester? Why not try your hand at freelancing, with our top tips…
Cash can be a bit tight when you’re at university, there’s no getting round that. But one way to earn some extra money is doing a bit of freelancing work on the side.
Give yourself the best chance of getting a job by following these post-interview steps.
There’s a lot of build-up and prep work ahead of an interview and once it’s over there’s a temptation to try and put it out of your mind until you receive that phone call or email letting you know if you’ve been successful.
With new figures showing many workers are spending a good chunk of their working day bored, we look at ways to keep your job interesting.
Whether you’re in the office, working from home or a freelancer, there’s a good risk you’re going to get bored by your work at some point. A study by recruitment firm Robert Half found that employees are bored at work for 14% of the time – over 5 hours a week.
With many people now classing themselves as ‘passive job seekers’, could working from home be key factor in whether they stay or go.
As a small business, staff retention is hugely important. Hiring new staff is a long and expensive process, so once you’ve found the right person you want to make sure you keep them. Especially if you’ve also spent time and money training them.
The graduate jobs market is a competitive one. Make yourself stand out from other graduates with these ideas…
Your CV is your first opportunity to sell yourself to prospective employers, so it’s important to make a good first impression.
Are you fulfilled at work? If you’ve reached a crossroads in your life you may be ready to take the plunge and take on a new challenge…
The changing nature of the way we work means that a career swap may be easier now than ever before.
The vast majority of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are still cautious about taking on extra staff over the next 12 months, according to a new study.
An overwhelming 92 per cent of respondents in the research – conducted by Elance – said that the temptation to expand their workforce was being offset by a desire to keep their costs level.