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Interviewing Tips

I found a very interesting video on YouTube today. It gives some great advice about interviewing. It goes over some key principles that are highlighted in the  7 more words

Direction

I hate listening to my mum, but…

My Mum is on Facebook. But, she is constantly nagging myself and my brothers about keeping privacy on social media. She loves to use the good old, “you never know who could be watching!” and the classic, “Don’t put that on there! 515 more words

Advice

It’s a Calling Card; Not a Business Card.

While networking, you should be prepared to exchange your contact information.  Most professionals and business owners have business cards; though many “forget” to take them to networking events.  967 more words

Career

Criticising Government Policy Online Is "Unacceptable Intimidation" According To Treasury

As pointed out by @refuted, the Treasury’s claim that a recent anti-workfare social media storm was “unacceptable intimidation” comes just days after an Upper Tribunal judge endorsed this kind of criticism as… 626 more words

DWP

untynewear reblogged this on UNEMPLOYED IN TYNE & WEAR and commented:

   

Cant help thinking this might be a pivotal moment. Mass demonstrations on the streets might be ignored by the media and government, but online action against at least some employers is now seen to be effective.

The way ahead ?

Hypocrite David Cameron wants to stop working people fighting for their rights

Reposted from the Mirror

Digital by default, that’s what the CONDEMS keep telling us! That’s why they shut ALL 240 HMRC walk in enquiry centres because taxpayers can go on the internet to get their problem sorted. 587 more words

Shameless - Workfare Exploiting Charities Slam The Benefit Sanctions They Are Responsible For

In an act of breath-taking hypocrisy, the Salvation Army, along with the YMCA, have both signed a letter to The Times calling the current benefit sanctioning regime unfair and counter-productive. 319 more words

Welfare Reform

untynewear reblogged this on UNEMPLOYED IN TYNE & WEAR and commented:

    First the Lib Dems pretending they didn't really like the Bedroom tax, now this. What next ? Iain Duncan Smith proposing benefit increases ?