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Ms. Career Girl
January 18, 2021
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5 Strategies to Make the Most of a COVID Job Market

Thankfully, 2020 is finally over. That said, many of us might still be reeling from the economic devastation caused by the pandemic and this is as good a time as any to start resolving to get our finances in order. Right now, the most pressing task that you’re going to have to accomplish in order […]

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Stephanie Jones
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5 Point Checklist to Evaluate for You’re Startup to Succeed

The never-ending road of entrepreneurship is about a constant flow of ideas, rethinking existing methods, and putting them into practice to see a business thrive. If you’ve been on this path for years, you know exactly what it entails. Being an entrepreneur, you’ve already realized that just a few of your many startup ideas are […]

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Mark Anthony Dyson
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Your Brand is More Than Titles

I want to  share my annual thoughts on job search trends slightly different this year. Instead of one list where I share a list, I want to take a deeper dive into each one I share and then write a round-up linking to each article. Let’s start by stating the obvious. You’ve heard me say […]

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Forget all the talk of Blue Monday; work is still (largely) good for us

So here it is. Blue Monday. Today. Officially the most depressing day of the year. We say ‘officially’, but like the idea of ‘Body Odour’ its common usage hides the fact that it was originally created as part of a PR campaign, in this case one for Sky’s travel channel in 2005. The whole idea […]

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FinTech Futures
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Understanding the three key trends in SME banking for 2021

What does the coming year hold in store for the UK’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as they build towards recovery, and how will they access the finance needed to fuel their growth? After a year that’s been disrupted by COVID-19, I identified three key trends that will shape the evolution of SME banking in […]

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Unemployed over 50s are two and a half times as likely to be unemployed for at least two years

Unemployed over 50s are two and a half times as likely as younger age groups to be out of work for at least two years, according to new analysis from Rest Less. There are 407,000 unemployed over 50s in the UK, making up one in four (24 percent) of all unemployed people. 30 percent of […]

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WorkTime News Feed
January 17, 2021
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Salary tops employee priority list as UK workers focus on self-preservation

As businesses attempt to stay afloat amid the fluctuating circumstances in the UK, research claims that UK employees are increasingly placing salary packages as the most important factor when it comes to career management. The research by SD Worx, examined what employees in Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom consider important in […]

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WFP: Working from Paradise:

If happiness is an elixir for low productivity, and traveling to exotic places can make us happy, should we all become “digital nomads”? Digital nomads are people who choose to work virtually 100% of the time thereby meaning their office can be anywhere in the world. The fact that anywhere in the world most often […]

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Staff in small companies need less employer support than those in larger firms

According to a recent Kaspersky survey, people who work in companies with fewer than 50 employees, on average, need less employer support when working remotely, compared to staff in larger businesses. Emotional or psychological support is an exception. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many companies, but small businesses have suffered more than others. According to […]

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The UnWork Series: UnMeasured: Top Ten Takeaways

This week’s instalment of the UnWork Series was based around the theme of ‘Unmeasured’. With people – for the most part – now reporting that they’d like to retain some of their current flexibility and autonomy, the forced adoption of mass home working seems likely to impact how and where we work on a longer-term […]

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