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Revealed: UK office workers’ attitudes towards switching jobs in 2022

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Moneypenny surveyed 1,000 UK office workers aged 18 and over on their attitudes towards switching jobs before Covid-19, during the pandemic and now as most regulations have been scrapped. The research revealed that 14% said they were planning to change their job before Covid-19 and have done so during the pandemic, with the youngest age […]

How to find a job that gets rid of the blues

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Not loving your job right now? You’re far from alone. As we trudge through another pandemic January, we’re met with Blue Monday, famed as the most miserable day of the year. The January blues are felt by many, but they’re not entirely unavoidable. Cynthia Davis, co-founder of recruitment platform Diversifying.io, explains how people can remove […]

Are you using the festive break to update your CV…?

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Up to 19.2 million staff are planning to use downtime over the festive period to update their CV, despite pandemic resurgence. According to new research from specialist talent solutions provider Robert Half, three in five (59%) employees are planning to update their CV over the holidays in preparation for a fresh job search in January. Employers […]

Hiring trends in the exec support sector – and the effect of the pandemic

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Bain and Gray’s Executive Director Tray Durrant provides the first in a two-part series providing market insights from the recruitment specialist’s annual survey… Little did we know at the start of 2020 the tumultuous year that lay ahead. Pre-pandemic, the executive support industry was robust and employment at a record high of over 75%. Then […]

Nearly three quarters of UK businesses will now hire candidates from anywhere in the country

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Over the past year, remote working has proven to be less of a hindrance and more of a benefit to a lot of UK businesses. As a result, business decision makers are more flexible when considering candidates for employment, with new research revealing that nearly three quarters (73%) are open to hiring people from anywhere in the UK, rather than just those local to their business. The […]

Joining the world of technical jargon and abbreviations

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By Louise Stevenson, Operations Manager & EA to CEO, Criton If you’re anything like me, you will love embracing new technology; though we often give little thought as to how that technology is developed and the stages it goes through to reach us. Peek behind the curtain and you will find a world of jargon and […]

Today is ‘career move Monday’, will you be seeking a new job?

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The first working Monday of the year has consistently seen a spike in job seekers, new research has found. Year-on-year job search engine Adzuna.co.uk has reported seeing a 36 per cent uplift in users compared to any average Monday. Web traffic regularly peaks at 1pm on the first working Monday – meaning Brits are using […]

Bonuses given in December can prevent staff departures

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Did you know that January sees the most job applications sent out than any other month. More interestingly, perhaps, is the suggestion that a simple December bonus could reduce this number by one half… According to a survey of 1,096 UK employees carried out by One4allRewards.co.uk, bosses who give out bonuses in December are less […]

Top stories of the week

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As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. Dress code or not to dress code? That is the office question Dress down Friday is becoming more popular among many offices in the UK, with many now adopting the […]

How to make an impact before you start a new role

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Walking through the doors of your new office to start your new role can be one of the most unnerving tasks we all eventually go through, so what can employees do to ensure they make a positive impact on their first day? Kate Allen, MD at Allen Associates, shares some key advice. You’ve been selected […]


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