Blog - January 2021

  • Redundancy – what next

    Posted on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 by Sarah CoombesNo comments

    Being made redundant is always a bitter pill to swallow, even if you weren’t entirely happy in your role. It is a perfectly normal reaction to shed some tears, be angry and upset. After all, losing an income will have an impact on your standard of living. Allow yourself time to get over these feelings but do not blame yourself, it was outside your control. Once you have come to terms with being ...

  • How to go about changing your career

    Posted on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 by Sarah CoombesNo comments

    WHY? Have you been thinking about changing your career? If so, ask yourself why? Many of us are tempted from time to time to change career, but only a small number of people who change their career paths actually end up happier. If your reasons are as follows, a career change is likely to be a step in the right direction for you: You have a passion that you believe you can turn into a career You ...

  • How to stay motivated when searching for work

    Posted on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 by Sarah CoombesNo comments

    Searching for work can be soul destroying, out of desperation too many people just apply for everything which is not a good idea. Companies will grow tired of seeing your CV and stop considering you for roles, as you will come across as desperate rather than being enthusiastic about the position they are advertising for. There is no point in spending hours and hours searching for work. We would ...

  • New year, new start

    Posted on Thursday, January 7, 2021 by Sarah CoombesNo comments

    Most of us are pleased to see the back of 2020 and had hoped that by the start of 2021 we would have seen the back of the COVID virus or at least a return to some form of normality. However, with continued restrictions to our daily lives, it is so easy to feel down and unmotivated. Many will make new years resolutions which will bite the dust by the middle of January as we are far too hard on ...