Nursing is an attractive field; the rewarding and important mission of saving people’s lives aside, nursing provides flexible work hours and decent job security. But just like in any profession, you want to grow, move up, and be recognised for your work. So for the hard-working, ambitious nurses, here are some practical tips on how to further your career.
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For many companies, especially when they're small and growing, human resources (HR) management is little more than an afterthought. It is, however, a key part of running a successful company in the long run. For that reason, people with the right kind of skills in the HR discipline often have their pick of jobs within the market and command excellent salaries.
The success of any business which uses freelancers is based on whether or not the correct tools are being utilised. The development of specific innovative tools is an asset for freelancers and those who hire them. Here are the top five tools for you to consider.
Many people want to start selling online, but perceived difficulties in terms of shipping, storage and the need for investment often turn people away. There’s no need for any of these worries, however, when you use a specialist drop-shipping service, such as Printful UK.
Among job-seekers, there's plenty of attention paid to crafting the perfect CV as the end-all, be-all step to landing the perfect position. As any experienced job-seeker can tell you though, that's only the beginning of the process. That's because all your CV really does is get someone to pay attention to you as a viable candidate – and everything you do from that point on matters just as much.
The prospect of self-employment is often coupled with ‘scare stories’ listing an interminable list of hurdles to overcome, detailing just how difficult it will be to succeed. However, if you are thinking about starting your own venture and becoming self-employed, it might be helpful to take an informed look at some of these myths—you’ll find that many of them are either partially or completely untrue. Here we look at how great self employment can be by debunking 5 of the most prevalent myths.
Testing the job market can be a challenging task, no matter what stage of career you happen to be at. That's because regardless of your level of experience, it's difficult to communicate all of your skills and positive attributes to a hiring manager sight unseen. For that reason, your CV could be the most important document you'll ever create in your professional life.
For individuals getting started on the road to a career, finding a job when you don't have much (if any) relevant work experience can be a challenge. It's the kind of catch-22 situation that leads many recent graduates to spend countless hours agonizing over creating the perfect CV by surgically editing every minute detail of their history, searching in vain for the best way to highlight their abilities without overstating or misrepresenting anything. For them, it's a nerve-wracking experience, but it doesn't have to be. That's because there is no shortage of myths regarding what makes for the perfect CV, and knowing what they are can take some of the anxiety out of the process, especially for those who haven't gone through it before. To help, here we address four of those myths, and what to do instead when crafting a CV.