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It’s not just Christmas that makes December busy and stressful for your employees but one thing is for sure, being productive at work is even more difficult than usual and post-Christmas winter can induce a slump in productivity at work. Here are some tips to help keep your staff on track.
The UK isn’t well known for its vast amount of snow over winter so when it does snow, it can really impact people and businesses; more so if they are not prepared for it. In this blog, we break down the different ways snow can affect staff and businesses, the financial implications and what proactive steps companies can take to prevent as many problems as possible.
At this time of year, many students in the UK are wondering what they are going to do when they finish school in the summer. In this blog, Sian, who is a recent school leaver herself, explores how recruitment agencies can help get school leavers on the right path to a successful career.
December is the perfect time to reflect on the positive developments and fantastic achievements the year brought, and this year has been absolutely fantastic. I’m Paul Hooper, Director of Impact Recruitment, and this is my review of 2019.
On the lead up to Christmas, it's a good time to think a bit more about how employers can encourage and promote a healthy work-life balance.
Christmas can be the most wonderful time of the year, a time of joy and spending time with loved ones, but it can also be one of the most stressful times of the year.
To tie in with last week's blog about how to Work Like a Dog to achieve more at work, this blog honours National Relaxation Day by revealing how you can wind down after work.
From 1-7 September 2019 it’s Migraine Awareness Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of what migraines are and dispel the stigma associated with them. Think migraines are just a bad headache? Read on…
Work Like a Dog Day is a good opportunity to discuss how you can work hard to progress in your job. Read this blog to find out how you can take steps towards reaching your career goals.
August is Happiness Happens Month so Bekah has been inspired to write about happiness at work, focusing on Impact in particular. She hopes it will encourage any recruitment professionals looking for a new job, to send their CV to us.
At the moment heatwaves are on everyone’s minds and I can’t imagine how difficult it must have been to work in a stuffy office in France recently. It got me thinking about what employers must be doing to help their staff stay productive and happy despite the heat and thought I’d create a list, on the off chance we get a heatwave too.
A UN study states that adolescents are almost three times more likely to be unemployed than adults and are continuously exposed to a lower quality of jobs and more insecure school-to-work transitions. Therefore, The World Youth Skills is vital to highlight the importance of young people developing their skills and they can do this by educating, training and practicing to make their skills and qualifications desirable for their future world of work.
#Shellebrate World Turtle Day with a read of Kerry’s blog on the plight of turtles due to plastic pollution. Many businesses contribute to the amount of plastic waste in our oceans, so what can they do to stop it?
People really seem to hate Mondays and their negativity can get passed on to everyone around them making it a miserable day in the office. Are you a Monday hater? Does knowing it’s a Monday make it even harder to get out of bed? Have you ever wondered how you can change that?
Chances are that you have to remember at least one password every day, so we try to make them memorable, and that puts our data at risk. We’ve put together a handy infographic on creating a strong but memorable password, and how to vary it enough for other accounts.
After screening in excess of 200 applications, and interviewing over 50 candidates recently, Paul has written a list of some of the most frustrating things he has encountered. This could be seen as a guide for employers, or as a guide for candidates on what not to do!
Marketing is at the heart of every business and, as the world of marketing has grown, so too has the demand for knowledgeable professionals who understand the constantly evolving landscape.
It’s Volunteer Recognition Day on 20th April and as recruiters, we love seeing volunteering on CV’s. So, to celebrate, we thought we’d share why volunteering is great for both a person in general, and their CV!
Taking a new approach to the way you job hunt can help open doors, as well as rejuvenating the process when it becomes super monotonous. Today I’m asking if there are benefits from job hunting by company values and ethics as an unconventional way to find a new job.
A TV show I’ve been watching recently has inspired me to write this blog on returning to work after maternity leave so welcome to my Mother’s Day blog for all the absolutely adorable mothers out there.
Although there is still much to do before true equality is reached; I think it’s important to celebrate how far we have come in all aspects of society today. There are so many inspirational women out there – and they don’t have to be your celebrities, take a look closer to home...
For many, networking can seem very daunting - it’s easier to stay in your comfort zone and not to take it any further. In this blog, Bev explains why she has found networking to be useful, and what the real benefits are.
It is Employee Appreciation Day this Friday 1st March, have you thought much about whether you show your appreciation often, or even, at all? It's not too late to show your appreciation today and Rob has given you some ideas in this blog...
In the spirit of National Grammar Day, here is a quick reference guide to help you remember some of the basics that are easily forgotten. This is especially important if your CV says you have “excellent attention to detail”!
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