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Stay Positive

Stay Positive

12th July 2018

KEEP LIFE POSITIVE, BUT ALWAYS KEEP AN EYE ON YOURSELF AND YOUR WORLD We all have positive maxims, sayings and straplines within reach of our eyes; usually pinned on the office wall or on the lock screen of our mobile devices.  These are all effective to some degree, and it is wise to remind ourse... Read more >

Collaborating With Others

Collaborating With Others

5th July 2018

"Why should I collaborate with someone else if it’s not going to make me any money?" A lot of businesses think this way, but is it the right mind-set? Here at Red Berry Recruitment we definitely don’t think it is. We’re are always keen to work with other local businesses where we can.   S... Read more >

Surviving Work In The Sun

Surviving Work In The Sun

28th June 2018

#heatwave The British Summer is here and it is sweltering! We’ve seen temperatures as high as 32 degrees in some places – and we’re definitely not complaining! There's something about the sun shining that puts a smile on everyone's face. People just want to be outside, playing and relaxing. ... Read more >

10 Commandments

10 Commandments

21st June 2018

10 Commandments In this week’s blog post we wanted to explain something you already have seen across our social media: our 10 Commandments. Each Thursday, we’ve been posting a Commandment from #1 to #10 across our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This culminates today, when we will be posting a... Read more >

CV Do's and Don'ts

CV Do's and Don'ts

14th June 2018

Writing a CV is a tricky – but hugely important – part of the job application process. It is the first impression a potential employer will get of you. In order to get the chance to impress them face to face, your CV must be professional and well written. Here, we provide some useful tips for t... Read more >

Six Ways To Advance Your Career

Six Ways To Advance Your Career

7th June 2018

You’re doing great at work, you’ve mastered your skill set and you’re always on top of your workload – but it’s important that you don’t get complacent. Even when you love your job, you need to be taking steps to ensure that you can advance your career and take the next step when the tim... Read more >

Five Most Common Interview Types

Five Most Common Interview Types

31st May 2018

You’ve found a job that looks perfect for you. Great! You’ve put together your CV. Great! You’ve applied for the role. Great! And what comes next? The interview. Interviews can take on various shapes and forms, depending on who the company conducting it is. Here, we breakdown some of the ... Read more >

Hello GDPR!

Hello GDPR!

24th May 2018

Tomorrow is the big day then! The day that every business, club or organisation has been preparing for months. Tomorrow is GDPR day! GDPR is here to make processes more transparent. Consent must be gained before storing a person’s details or sending them information they didn’t ask for and don... Read more >

Stress In The Workplace

Stress In The Workplace

17th May 2018

Did you know that over half a million workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety last year? Or that 12.5 million working days were lost to it in the year? As it is Mental Health Awareness Week, we thought we would use this week’s blog to provide so help for you if you are fe... Read more >

Self Defeating Beliefs

Self Defeating Beliefs

10th May 2018

‘Whether you think you can, or think you can’t – you’re right’ Famous words attributed to Henry Ford of the Ford Motor company in c.1927 and never a truer word was spoken. In this simple phrase, Ford encapsulates the essence of the psychology of Self-Defeating Beliefs. Amazingly, this was... Read more >

First Impressions

First Impressions

3rd May 2018

Did you know it only takes seven seconds to form a first impression? Those seven seconds are all it takes for someone to build a mental opinion about you – who you are, what you’re like and how you act. The old adage goes that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Nevertheless, that first... Read more >

Work/Life Balance

Work/Life Balance

26th April 2018

Your personal wellbeing is of utmost importance. However finding enough time out of work to relax, refresh and reenergize is difficult. You may have a large workload. Perhaps you’re working on a major project. Maybe you’re taking on lots of overtime or working a second job. All these scenarios... Read more >

Asking Questions At The End Of An Interview

Asking Questions At The End Of An Interview

19th April 2018

Look at or listen to any piece of advice about interviews and there will be one thing that is always prevalent. Ask questions at the end. The automatic thought when attending an interview is that you are going to sit there and be quizzed by your potential employer. Whilst this will happen, most int... Read more >

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

12th April 2018

LinkedIn doesn't work. LinkedIn is dying. LinkedIn will die now that it is owned by Microsoft. No one gets real results from LinkedIn. I hear these types of comments so often, I could get sick and become a bit brain dead just thinking about them.  Why?  Because I see far too many people driv... Read more >

Finding The Right Career

Finding The Right Career

5th April 2018

Choosing the right career path to go down can be a hard decision. Whether you’re setting out at the beginning of your working life, or looking to switch career later in life, finding the correct profession for you is incredibly tough. In this week’s blog, we offer up some three tips on finding ... Read more >

 

 

 

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