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Eliminating the age factor on your CV

 12th May 2020      Suzanne Sherriff MIRP

For a while now, the likes of pictures and date of birth have become obsolete features of the modern CV, and mainly because of the increased regulation around active discrimination… Read more »

Full disclosure? What not to reveal when applying for a job

There’s a fine line between coming across as warm, friendly and funny and a bit too weird, wacky and off the wall. Whether you’re at home updating your CV or… Read more »


 5th May 2020      Suzanne Sherriff MIRP


Your call centre career is calling

If you’re stuck in a rut and need to move your work life to a new level, National Careers Week is a good time to focus the mind. Running between… Read more »


 3rd March 2020      Hannah Hashtroudi


Office buzzwords we loathe, love and need to know

We’re all guilty of using those meaningless, jargon-infused phrases at work, or at least we find ourselves on the receiving end of them now and again. As we’re currently in… Read more »


 30th December 2019      Sam Bennett


No degree? No problem

A university education is no longer reserved for the elite, but also not a guarantee of a well-paid job at the end of it either. There’s also a debate about whether… Read more »


 11th December 2019      Hannah Hashtroudi


Auditing: the stepping stone to CEO status?

How lofty are your career ambitions? If you’re aiming for the top, it might interest you to know that an accounts background will hold you in good stead. Figures from… Read more »


 4th December 2019      Louise Woodward (Chartered MCIPD)


Slouchy jeans or slick suit: does your dress code compromise productivity?

Sir Richard Branson hates ties. Steve Jobs favoured black roll neck sweaters. Lord Alan Sugar wouldn’t be seen in anything but a suit. Even the most successful business people have… Read more »


 26th November 2019      Lisa Orchard


9 reasons to choose an IT career

If the mention of computers, hubs, servers and cables brings to mind the TV sitcom The IT Crowd, do your very to push this image aside. Today’s IT team is… Read more »


 28th October 2019      Charmaine Padfield


Ghosting in recruitment? It may come back to haunt you

Ghosting – a term commonly used to describe the unexplained end of a romantic relationship, is now also happening in the recruitment industry. Although people have been splitting up since… Read more »


 15th April 2019      Hannah Hashtroudi


Bond Williams Staff Spotlight – Rob Bond, Director

In our staff spotlight series, we ask our team members a number of questions about their career and personal interests so you can get to know them a little better…. Read more »


 23rd August 2019      Private: Bond Williams


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