Dalmatian BeSpotted – Taking the Tedium out of Job Hunting – Guest Blog by Marion Wright

Dalmatian BeSpotted takes the tedium out of job hunting allowing you to create bespoke CVs, or apply for jobs with the click of a mouse. Select and deselect what content you wish to show prospective new employers, employers you may have found via the BeSpotted Jobs board. But there is much more to the Dalmatian … Continue reading Dalmatian BeSpotted – Taking the Tedium out of Job Hunting – Guest Blog by Marion Wright

My Journey to Becoming a University Graduate – Guest Blog by Laura Cumberpatch

School was always about spending time with my friends, the educational side was never an aspect, I did just enough in my exams and in my school work to get me by. Until the end of year 9 when I had to pick my GCSE's options. There became an unofficial competition between me and my … Continue reading My Journey to Becoming a University Graduate – Guest Blog by Laura Cumberpatch

Looking After the Health and Wellbeing of your Staff

I was watching the film “The Intern”, which stars Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway recently and a part from the fact it’s a brilliant film, there was something else about it that I really loved! The films all about a widower (played by De Niro) who decides he hates being retired and so gets a job as a senior intern at an online fashion site, which is run by Anne Hathaway’s character. The firm, is very cutting edge, but one of the things it has, is a company masseuse, who is employed to make sure staff don’t feel stressed, as stress will stop them doing their jobs properly.   It occurred to me that, this was an absolutely brilliant idea! Now I know not many companies will be able to afford to hire a masseuse to constantly be on hand, but it set me thinking just how much companies did do to promote the health and wellbeing of their staff?