Looking for work
Looking for work
Looking for a new job can feel daunting. You might not even know where to start, especially if you have worked in the same role or for the same company for a long time.
We can also help you with your health & wellbeing while you look for your new role or consider your future. We have lots of tips, advice and tools for you to use.
If you need someone to talk to or help you navigate your way through this, call us on 08081 311 333 or chat with us online - we're here to help.
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Job searching involves more than searching for open positions and sending your CV to employers. You also need to make sure you’re a good fit for the role, that you can stand out
Your CV is normally only seen by people you have sent it to directly. However, most employers and recruitment agencies use social media to find suitable candidates for a role – and to find out more about candidates. Lots of people use social networks personally but they are a great way to raise your professional profile and help businesses and recruitment agencies find you.
If you are at risk of redundancy it is important that you know your rights and what you are entitled to