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by Career Balance
6d ago
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by carolyn
6d ago
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How to Stay Competitive During the COVID-19 Job Market
Career Balance Blog
by careerb_dev
3y ago
Over the last few months, job seekers have found it more difficult than ever to get on the career ladder. At this moment, in particular, you may be stressed about where to go from here how to get back into employment. With thousands of businesses closing and more and more people being made redundant, it may seem like a never-ending battle to secure a job role in your desired niche. In this blog, we’re going to discuss a few top tips on how you’re able to stay competitive during the COVID-19 Job market: Update your CV One of the first and most important pieces of advice to consider is to update ..read more
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4 Advantages of a Shared Office
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by careerb_dev
3y ago
As a startup business, you may be wondering whether you should work from home or rent an office space to house your employees – but you may never have thought too deeply into a shared office space. What was once viewed as a freelancer’s realm has now become a popular option for small and large businesses alike. If you are considering what some of the advantages of a shared office are, you have come to the right place. Look at just a few of the key benefits below: 1. Inspiration While you may enjoy the idea of working with the same people day in and day out, it can start to have an impact on yo ..read more
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Caring for Your Career During Lockdown
Career Balance Blog
by careerb_dev
3y ago
At CareerBalance we’re getting lots of enquiries from individuals who are concerned about their careers during lockdown. Some are fearful of losing their jobs and some are on furlough and think they may never return to work. Working from home has created lots of new challenges and many of us have had to get used to working in very different ways. We’ve got a few tips for you to maintain your career during these tricky times: Stay positive There is a lot of bad news about the economy at the moment and rightly so. We are already in a recession and many well-established businesses are suffering ..read more
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Returning To Work After Raising Children – It’s Easier Than Ever Before
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by hello@savvyseo.co.uk
4y ago
Returning to work after raising children is a personal decision. Some women do and some women don’t.    For those women who do want to go back to work, whether it be just a year or considerably longer, there are challenges in doing so. But it’s easier than ever before for women to return to the workplace.  We tell you why. How Britain Compares With Other Countries In the UK, 75.1% of mothers with dependent children worked in 2019; this is up from 74.2% in 2018.   This number has grown from 66.2% in 2000. When compared to other countries around the world, Britain actually ranks quite high compa ..read more
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Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace: How to Avoid Maternity Leave Discrimination
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by careerb_dev
4y ago
The joys of motherhood are tremendous. If you’re pregnant or thinking of getting pregnant, there’s so much to look forward to. Of course, waking up at three in the morning probably isn’t one of them. Your job shouldn’t add to the list of stressors you’re about to experience. Unfortunately, pregnancy discrimination in the workplace is a problem. According to this report, one in nine mothers (11%) reported they were either dismissed or made redundant. Some were even treated so poorly that they felt the need to leave their jobs. Meanwhile, as many as 100,000 mothers a year experience harassment o ..read more
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Luxury Cars to Luxury Apartments
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by careerb_dev
4y ago
Jonathan Lebrett first came to CareerBalance in 2006 whilst working for Porsche UK as a Business Manager. He went on to work in accountancy recruitment, but after being made redundant, returned to CareerBalance in 2009. Today he works as a Membership Executive at 47 Park Street, London’s luxury private residence club owned by the Marriot Hotel Group. He says that going to CareerBalance “paid for itself”. What major issue did you want to tackle? I’d first gone to see CareerBalance because I was frustrated in my job at Porsche. My career coach helped me identify my weaknesses and ..read more
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Asset Manager to New Career
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by careerb_dev
4y ago
Harriet Durbin took redundancy from her job as director of a Hotel Asset Management firm in 2009. She came to CareerBalance for an Outplacement Support Programme. After taking a break she’s now job hunting. She says she would “absolutely go back” to CareerBalance in the future. What major issue did you want to tackle? I came to CareerBalance wanting to use redundancy as an opportunity. I had been working for a start-up hotel asset management company, which addressed a niche trend – hotels owned by one party and run and managed by another. I’d been instrumental in the company’s g ..read more
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From Law to Publishing and then Teaching
Career Balance Blog
by careerb_dev
4y ago
Deborah Williams* trained as a solicitor with a law firm in the City of London. Following redundancy in 2003 she consulted CareerBalance, and subsequently moved to a new job as a senior editor for a legal publisher. After eight years in the publishing industry Deborah decided the time was right to follow a career path she had initially considered – that of a primary school teacher. Having her own child re-awakened this interest and Deborah applied for courses to complete a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. She arranged to see her CareerBalance consultant again to provide he ..read more
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