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Pub pulls in ex-bank boss
1:59pm Friday 17th May 2013
Landmark local is now a family affair for former City worker
Who wants to be in an office? Not us roofers!
1:56pm Friday 17th May 2013
Pals set up their own roofing business after previous employer called it a day
County’s cash offer to attract new teachers
1:49pm Friday 17th May 2013
IN a bid to attract teachers to Essex schools, resettlement grants are being offered to qualified professionals from outside the county.
Job losses confirmed as warehouse closes
12:00pm Wednesday 2nd January 2013
THE boss of Beales has confirmed that jobs will be lost following a decision to close warehouse facilities in the Wallisdown area of Bournemouth.
20-year pledge to create job opportunities in Nine Elms
4:10pm Wednesday 12th September 2012
The Capital's biggest regeneration partnership has signed a 20-year pledge to create thousands of new jobs, apprenticeship places and business opportunities in Nine Elms.
How to handle job search rejection
4:09pm Friday 10th August 2012
So you didn't get the job. You might prefer to never speak to the company again but there are some good reasons to ask for feedback. Here's how and why to do it...
Moving to the private sector?
4:06pm Friday 10th August 2012
With the government cutting 270,000 public sector jobs last year, more people than ever are looking to the commercial world for employment. If you're one of them, here's what to expect and how to make the most of your transferable skills.
CHINGFORD: Care home residents knit Olympic rings
8:37am Monday 6th August 2012
KEEN knitters have celebrated the Olympics by creating woollen Olympic rings.
Increased confidence, more job opportunities and positive change through professional study
10:59am Wednesday 11th April 2012
Gaining professional qualifications as an adult delivers a wide range of benefits, as revealed by research from our training partner Home Learning College. The distance learning specialist asked a range of past students to outline how their life has changed as a result of their studies. The most commonly reported change is greater confidence when applying for jobs, as mentioned by almost half (43 per cent).
How to pull yourself out of a rut at work
9:54am Wednesday 9th November 2011
Continued uncertainty in the job market means that many people are choosing to stay put in unsatisfying jobs rather than risk being out of work. While it certainly makes logical and financial sense to hang on to your current position at the present time, there is nothing to stop you taking steps to bring about positive change, without making any drastic moves.