Bazinga! You’ve signed on the dotted line. It is literally written into a contract that an exchange of money for time will occur, and the first week at your new job is looming large. Here are 7 things to do that will make your manager want to sleep with said contract under his or her pillow.
It’s never too early to start scouting out great resources for summer internships in the UK for 2014, and we’ve put together all the sites you need to make sure that no matter what you’re on the hunt for, you’ll find it.
You’re probably already well aware by now that if you’re trying to score an excellent job (especially in one of the bigger cities like that there Lundun) you absolutely must get yourself set up with a LinkedIn account. A great way of building a visible work network, of taking a cheeky look at prospective employers, and of building yourself an online CV.
With more and more employers valuing on-the-job training and practicals skills just as much as (if not more than) a degree certificate, there’s never been a better time to look into getting an apprenticeship.
Whether you’re a student, a freelancer, a self-employed-er or just a self-confessed work-a-holic, we’ve all had experience of working from our place of rest. The dizzying highs. The crippling lows. How to ensure you stay sane? We’ve got the low-down.