Category Archives: Workplace Etiquette

If the shoe fits: how to dress for interviews and the workplace

The following article has been written by Susanna Quirke who writes for Inspiring Interns, a graduate recruitment firm which specialises in sourcing candidates for internships and giving out graduate careers advice.  Don’t know the difference between black shoes and brown? You’d … Continue reading

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Starting a new job

Starting a new job can be quite daunting. With university fast becoming a distant memory, settling into working life can take a bit of getting used to. Here are some guidelines from Target Jobs to help ease the transition… Read … Continue reading

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Entering the job market: matching graduate and employer expectations

After years of hard study, some graduates find the reality of work disappointing. Here’s how to manage your expectations… Read More  

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Heading into your first job? Get off to a flying start

Starting your first job is daunting. Here are some tips to ensure you don’t blunder your way through those initial weeks… Read More

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Six steps to make the most of your placement

After months of searching and applying, you’ve finally managed to get the placement of your dreams. Walking into the office on your first day, you feel nervous and excited all at the same time. As long as you get the … Continue reading

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A survival guide to your first graduate role

Graduate job seekers are often so focused on landing their first big break, they don’t think how to adapt to working life. Andreea Magdalina has a few tips… Read More

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