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How to look after your mental health whilst job searching

Looking for a new job is filled with constant emotional highs and lows. The feeling of having little control and not knowing what will happen next or if you’ll ever find a new role is enough to make anyone feel frustrated, anxious, and really low. Here's our practical guide to self-care and a happier job hunting experience.

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How to tell if your interview went well

It can be nerve-wracking waiting to hear whether you’ve got the job, or are being invited back for a second interview, so hopefully our simple guide to recognising the signs of a good interview might put your mind at ease.

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How to spot a bad employer before accepting a new role

No matter how desperate you are for a job or how annoyed you may be in your current role, there are some companies you’re better off not working for. Accepting a role at a terrible company can set your career back and even risk your future success. Be able to recognise the warning signs with our comprehensive guide on which organisations you should give a wide berth.

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What to expect in a probationary review

Most permanent employees will have a probationary period when starting at a company. The probation phase usually culminates with the dreaded review meeting where the new employee's performance and suitability is assessed. Follow our practical guide for a smooth and successful probationary review meeting.

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The things a new employer might check

There are many different pre-employment checks. At the very least, a business has a legal responsibility to check all new employees right to work in the UK and most organisations also reference before people start. Our useful guide will help you understand anything else a new employer might investigate.

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How to deal with bullying at work

Bullying at work can take shape in many different forms. We expect the perpetrator's actions to be aggressive and in your face but in reality workplace bullying is more subtle so harder to spot. Our helpful guide will show you how to identify bullying at work, how to stop it and advice on getting support.

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