How seriously should you take the reviews on Glassdoor?
In a world of ratings, stars, thumbs up’s, likes and reviews there are plenty of places to review and rate companies, the question is, how seriously should jobseekers take reviews on Glassdoor?
Lets be honest, have you written an equal number of goo…
Best excuses for not attending an interview
You received a CV that tickled your fancy, you reached out to the candidate and invited them in for an interview, they gladly accepted, and you bid farewell full of hope.
Then, on the day, you open a…
The most popular degrees in the UK - and why
When it comes to deciding which degree to take, you’re pretty spoilt for choice. Interestingly though, the most popular choices aren’t always the most employable.
According to Study in UK, the eight …
Dress down vs workwear: which is best?
The old ‘what to wear to work’ debate has been around since what feels like the start of time, but the answer’s still not set in stone. And probably never will be. The reason being, every business has…
Commuting to work - how much is too much?
“I can’t wait for tomorrow morning’s commute.” - said no-one, ever.
Commuting to work is no-one’s idea of fun. But, unfortunately, unless you’re one of the rare few who’ve landed a decent job around…
Big fish or little fish - which are you?
Working for a little or large company can have a big impact on your career. Different sized businesses offer different cultures, day-to-day working conditions, and opportunities, all of which can feed…