This is also part of the #GetBritainWorking initiative. Tips for making the most of the interview, asking the right questions, and making a great impression!
Lots of great CV writing advice all in one place!
“The last few years have been the toughest ever,” says Steve Jessop
founder of sales improvement specialist, Quantum Sales and Marketing Services
. Decision-making processes are ever more centralised and “elongated” in a recession; while in terms of career progression, there are fewer senior sales positions, says Martin Knowles
, Commercial Director. Organisations with an eye on their overheads are merging the sales and marketing function, or meshing UK sales with European sales; or eliminating roles entirely, getting sales to report directly to the MD.
When university tuition fees are making a degree an ever-more impossible dream, school leavers might think their options are limited.
The key requirement to being a successful CIO is to be a business leader “first and foremost” - although one with a specific responsibility for IT, says Professor Joe Peppard, Director of the IT Leadership Programme at Cranfield School of Management
Will 2014 be a good year for you?
The general consensus is that 2014 will be a better year for the economy - and a better year for job seekers.
If you're sick and tired of the same old job search strategies, there's probably not much energy or enthusiasm in your applications.
This is a post I wish I'd written for myself five years ago.
You're asking a lot from your CV. In only two pages (or sometimes even one) you need to show a hiring manager that you can do the job, that you're the sort of person that they're looking for, and that you'll make a great impact on the organisation.