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  • HR Consultant

    HR Consultant

    • 8 Jul 2016
    • Annie Hayes

    An HR Consultant helps the business to deliver its operational tasks in the best way.

  • HR Business Partner

    HR Business partner

    • 8 Jul 2016
    • Annie Hayes

    Aligning HR practice with business strategy to deliver commercially focused HR solutions that support the business is the key focus of the HR business partner.

  • Learning and development manager

    Learning and Development Manager

    • 8 Jul 2016
    • Annie Hayes

    Making the most of people’s talents and developing them to their full potential is the core purpose of the Learning and Development Manager.

  • Why Volunteering Can Help You Get Ahead

    • 24 Mar 2015
    • Vicki Arnstein

    Fitting mentoring into your schedule can help you gain some perspective as well as benefit your career

  • Is an HR interim role right for you?

    • 24 Mar 2015
    • Hayley Kirton

    Why interim roles are increasing and how an interim role may benefit your career.

  • Adam logo

    Meet the recruiter: Angela Richmond, Adam

    • 24 Nov 2014

    The award-winning recruitment firm offers some advice on how to progress your career

  • Interviewing Skills

    • 20 Oct 2014

    This excerpt from the www.cipd.co.uk/dvd illustrates the benefits of preparing HR Interviewer's to become more objective and less biased when selecting candidates.

  • Five Things You Need to Know to Get an HR Job Overseas

    • 25 Sep 2014

    Here are the five things you need to know in order to get an overseas HR job over your competitors.

  • Hints for graduates

    • 12 May 2014
    • Mike Ashton

    Mike Ashton tells you how to stand out from the crowd.

  • Prime Minister David Cameron

    Apprenticeship reforms will give training ‘kudos,’ says Cameron - HR Jobs

    • 4 Nov 2013

    More than 60 ‘trailblazing’ employers have signed up to offer a new “improved” apprenticeship intended to give “serious kudos” to vocational career routes, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.

  • Record number of people in apprenticeships - HR Jobs

    • 4 Nov 2013

    A record number of people – nearly 860,000 – were taking part in an apprenticeship in 2012/13, new figures show. However, participation dips in the under-19 group.

  • CV Advice Checklist

    • 20 Mar 2013

    A CV, otherwise known as a curriculum vitae or resume, is a summary of your academic and professional history, achievements and other interests and skills.

  • 8 Interview Tips & Techniques

    • 18 Jan 2013

    If you have got to the interview stage then you should already feel proud of yourself. The recruiter clearly likes the look of your skills and thinks that you could be right for the job; the interview is a chance to prove this to them. Now comes the tricky part….preparing for it.

  • 9 Tips for Tackling a CIPD Certificate Whilst Working a Day Job

    • 18 Dec 2012

    More and more people are now juggling their full-time jobs with studying HR part-time. The end results can be highly rewarding, as your skills and knowledge are recognised both academically and professionally

  • CV Writing Service for HR Professionals

    • 22 Oct 2012

    Now get the interviews you deserve

  • Make Your Change as Good as the Rest

    • 21 Oct 2012

    Too many career changers offer an unclear or untargeted message. The opening page of their CV fails to make the right impact, they say the wrong things at interview and, when networking, are remembered for all the wrong reasons

  • 10 Ways to Make Your Mark in a New Job

    • 21 Oct 2012

    A key part of HR's job is to manage the induction process, but how seriously do HR professionals themselves take the first few weeks of a new job?

  • Creating an Alluring Cover Letter

    • 21 Mar 2012

    A covering letter is the letter of introduction that should be sent out to employers with your CV and although not as detailed, it is equally important.

  • 5 Ways to Get Yourself Promoted

    • 21 Oct 2011

    ‘To get promoted, you have to be the person who won’t rock the boat.” We’ve all heard that phrase, but why, in the modern world, would anyone want to work for an organisation that thinks like this?

  • Finding a new HR job

    • 3 Mar 2010

    Advice on searching for jobs, fine-tuning your CV and making the most of your skills and experience