Picture it; you’ve been working in a dead end job for what feels like years and you really dislike your boss. You have just been offered your dream job so now you can finally quit! Although it’s tempting to take your CV and walk out without saying goodbye, it’s important to resign correctly and to keep in contact with your old colleagues. Check out our tips below to help you hand your notice in, in style!16 Jul In Blog
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A new report from a charity has suggested that low income families across the UK are missing out on holidays because of rising costs and money troubles. Family Action conducted a survey of over 2,000 people and found that 54% of them planned to go…16 Jul In Employment News Stories
It was reported yesterday that university applications in the UK have fallen by 8.9% this year. The results are thought to be due to higher tuition fees – this year will see the first year of higher fees, with some courses costing up to £9,000…11 Jul In Blog
New research out today suggests that a couple with two children will need to earn a minimum of £36,800 in order to have an acceptable standard of living. The results, by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, found that earnings need to be at least a third…10 Jul In Employment News Stories
£250m is set to be invested in the UK production of Minis, saving thousands of jobs in the process. BMW has announced its plans for investment and will be investing the money over three Mini factories during the next three years. This development will safeguard…09 Jul In Employment News Stories
Although hiring activity in the UK is beginning to pick up, many people are still finding it tough to find full time employment. So instead many candidates turn to temping agencies to help them find temporary work.
Kerry Laws is currently temping for a banking firm on the South Coast. She tells Jobulo about her temping experience and offers some job search advice.04 Jul In Industry Spotlight
Future government budget cuts will see almost 6,000 front line police officer jobs axed during the next three years. The report, by the HMIC, has suggested that 179 stations will close before 2015. The closures could see up to 5,800 jobs lost. Some police stations…03 Jul In Employment News Stories