Dare I do it?
In his book, 'The Second Curve', management writer Charles Handy points out the increasing extent to which we must be responsible for our own careers in what is becoming a less permanent and more fluid working environment. Read Article
Relax. Don't panic.
Too many graduates and school-leavers, faced with too much choice (or possibly too little) have fallen into the first job they’ve come across. Unprepared to enter the job market, they’re making the wrong career decisions, and their careers are suffering as a result. Read Article
Redundancy: the steps to take
Many people find redundancy changes their attitude toward employment. Their views on loyalty, on motivation and on their career development are all more nuanced, and as a result, they might re-enter the working world they know best but with different goals. Or instead, they might find themselves on a path they would never have previously considered.Read Article