The retail sector gets a lot of stick for being the bottom rung on the ladder. The majority of entry-level jobs are, after all, in retail and for a long stint in history seen as the most bare basic job one could get. However, retail is by far the single most important job I’ve ever […]
Find a job you enjoy and you’ll never work a day in your life. That’s the saying – and I’ve often dismissed this notion and scoffed that no work is fun. There’s a lot of varying ways to look at what work is. Many see it as a means to an end and only do
Since the Covid-19 pandemic, many businesses have turned their staff to working from home. This has ultimately saved millions in renting office space, fuel costs and travel times. All sounds good, no? However, is this really the best way forward? As we emerge from the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, we as a society are
As individual’s we all want to succeed and progress through life – taking steps to improve ourselves, our hobbies, our lives. This is true in the workplace as well, especially when it comes to careers. Climbing that ladder can be as frustrating as it is rewarding. Still, there’s always the bigger picture and in this
The world of technology is ever advancing in leaps and bounds. Even now in the year 2022 we can hold an entire computer in the palm of our hands and gain access to anything pretty much anywhere. This accessibility is so often taken for granted. When was the last time you really thought about it?
Sink or swim? It’s not that simple though, is it? No matter the situation – when it comes to hold or fold, there’s always so many intricacies to consider. Right now, the United Kingdom is facing some tough questions when it comes to the future of our economy. Meanwhile, the majority of individuals just want
Ah yes. The grind – the daily slog of going through the working day. I’ve been there. I’ve lived it. There were good days and there were bad days – it is what it is. However, since then I have had several jobs trying to figure out what I should be doing with my life.
Those of you that have recently tried to get a doctor’s appointment or, heavens forbid, have gone to A&E will most likely know what I’m referring to. It may not be directly effecting your part of the country, but the United Kingdom is currently 165,000 care workers short – that includes NHS staff, local GP’s
Not often do I like to play the prophet of doom. We have enough of that in the daily news as it is – but today I’d like to shine some light on a serious impending national crisis. Pardon the pun. As 2022 progresses, the price of energy is going to literally skyrocket. I’m not
I’ve said it once, but it’s always worth repeating that work should be a rewarding experience. A key part of that reward should be appreciation – and not just in the form of wages. A wage is not your reward, it’s your compensation for provided services. Quite a few individuals forget to see it this