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Employee Rights

‘What Rights do I have as an employee?’ In the UK, you as an employees have many rights and its useful to be aware of them. Some employee rights are statutory, this means they are given by the law of the UK and apply to all employees. Other rights are contractual, which means they are given by your particular employment contract. Contractual rights are legal rights, but only apply to those party to the contract. (more…)

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Finding the Right Job

Finding the right job is not some time easy.  There are many people who simply don’t know what career they want to pursue. Don’t worry, you can find the answer you need by asking yourself a few simple questions. This applies to you whether you’re looking for your first proper job, recently graduated or you’re stuck in a job you want to change. Of course, its logical to look for a job that matches your relevant qualifications or skills. If you’re seeking an answer to your question of ‘what job is more suitable with my degree then go no further than visiting a well researched and developed website of the Prospects.  By clicking on “what can I do with my degree?” allows you to search the kind of job(s) recommended by Prospects that would be suitable or relevant by the subject or degree that you have completed. For example, if you have a degree in business and management studies “[t]he skills gained on a business and management studies degree allow you to build…

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CV and Cover Letter

Whatever stage you’re at in your career planning process, our team of Careers Consultants and Applications Advisers can help with a wide range of queries through the confidential, online and impartial one-to-one appointments we offer as detailed below. Applying for a Job? Before completing your application, it is essential to remember the followings: Do your research about the company, the career area and the actual job for which you are applying. Make sure you can offer the qualifications, experience(s) and personal skills that the employer is seeking. You must use the right form – some employers have different forms for different job functions. Don’t use a CV where the employer specifies that you should use their own application form. Read the form through carefully and follow all instructions. Keep a copy of your answers in MS Word. When it comes to the interview stage, it is immeasurably useful to remember what you have told the employer. Be informative, detailed but concise in your answers: give…

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