The first week of a new job can be an exciting but nerve racking moment, the pressure is really on to make a good impression and prove to your new employers that you are worthy of the position they have offered you.
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So you’ve accepted a new role, finished your current job and now have a period of free time before starting your next job. It seems a lot of people try to avoid this time off between jobs but it could in fact benefit you a lot more than you think.
New research carried out by cloud solution webonboarding have uncovered an astounding insight into 4,000 office workers experiences on starting a new role. Over a third of respondents admitted to experiencing some sort of problem during the onboarding process, with UK employees reportedly taking on average a month longer to settle into their new roles.
Going for a job interview is a daunting task for most. It can be easy to get caught up on the pursuit of a the job you’re after, and as a result, some people find themselves altering the truth in order to sound like an ideal candidate. Needless to say, this is not a good idea and will most definitely catch up with you eventually. Here are a few phrases and questions to avoid if you don’t want to sound dishonest during a job interview.
Are you a graduate starting your first office job? Or maybe you’re just having a career-change that makes you a newbie to desk-based life? Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of tips to make your transition to working life a little easier.