Retraining and Study

  • Looking for a job if you are disabled

    Looking for a job if you are disabled

    Not many people are lucky enough to have their dream job offered to them on a plate. It generally takes some amount of effort to find an occupation that you love. Looking for a job if you are disabled can be even more of a challenge. Whether you’re unemployed or already in work and looking

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    Be less miserable at work

    Let’s face it, if most of us had the good fortune of a lottery win we would not be battling our way to work with the rest of the rat race. I know my Monday morning glum face would not grace an office building at eight o’clock on a morning again – I would “pursue

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    Tips for keeping your employees happy and loyal

    The secret to any successful business is happy, loyal employees. However, the focus is often more on gaining new customers and increasing profits. Some employers tend to forget about the people who help them do it. Happy and loyal employees will be more productive and keen to help you improve the business. The key to

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    What to do when you dont like your job

    ‘If you hate your job so much, why not just quit?’ If I had a penny for the number of times people said this to me I’d be rich and wouldn’t need to work – Ha! Sadly, I didn’t, but ten years ago, when my job had turned me into a grumpy-puss and I was

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    Re-taking A levels

    Not all students were jumping for joy when they received their A Level results, but whether your results were expected or a disappointing surprise, you need not be maudlin for long. For many, A Levels are the gateway into university and the majority of courses require students to achieve specific grades to enrol on a

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    Becoming a magistrate

    If you’re looking to give something back to the community or you have a strong interest in the justice system you may wish to consider becoming one of England and Wales’ 28,000 magistrates, or a Justices of the Peace (JP) as they are also known. What is a magistrate? Magistrates are volunteers who sit in

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