Benjamin Franklin is reported as saying that by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. Having a plan in order to achieve success is something that more and more organisations are spending time and resources on, but there are already some jobs that are all about planning. Here, we profile some of those roles and examine what, if anything, they have in common.
The dust may have settled on the Brexit result, but as Theresa May – and the rest of the world – ponder what a post-Brexit future will look like, we consider the prospects for graduates.
Preparing for a job interview is pressured enough, but on top of ensuring you know what’s going on in the industry and are well prepared for any tricky questions, you’ve got to look the part, too. And the rise of more casual workplaces is making this even more problematic.
To wear a suit, or not wear a suit, that is the question! We seek out the advice of an expert, Keith White, Head of PR & SEO for Dobell, on how to tackle this sartorial minefield.
Engineers are behind the design, build and use of just about everything that makes 21st-century life what it is. And it’s cutting edge engineering that continues to turn science fiction into science fact. So, what’s the next big thing in engineering and what are the challenges that engineering may have to tackle in the future?
Finding a better job – especially through promotion – is not only time-consuming, it’s often fraught with obstacles. There are many courses of action you can take to help you get the job you want, such as training and exhaustive job hunting. But there’s another route that’s often overlooked: resigning.