Ways to #TimeManage around the #WorldCup

To-do-list1With the #WorldCupFinal only a few days away its important to target your to-do list so to free the time to watch the beautiful game.  Theories on how to target your to-do list have been around as long as people have had tasks to manage. In the hectic, ‘do-it-now’ mentality of today’s work places, being organized and working productively is more important than ever. But what is the most effective way to organize your schedule? Below are 4 different ‘theories’ on how to effectively manage your time.

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Forget the CV – make a job proposal instead

bigchoicegroupStruggling to get a response to your CVs?  Karam Filfian article from @thebigchoice could help. Forget the CV – make a job proposal instead

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Job Satisfaction or High Salary?

JOb Satisfactiuon or High Salary_200x140#JobSatisfaction or #HighSalary ?, deciding upon a career path is a difficult decision for anybody to make. But what happens when you have to choose between a job that will increase your happiness, or your income? Studies undertaken by the Universities of Michigan and Pennsylvania show that people need a certain income to be happy (£29,000 in UK salary), but past a certain point money doesn’t buy you happiness. With this in mind, below are some questions to consider when evaluating your job applications.

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You are what you eat, @grazedotcom

Healthy snacksWith so many adverts, health warnings and companies encouraging us to eat healthily at work there really is no excuse.  @grazedotcom may help as they offer a variety of snacks, all catered to your tastebuds! Here are a few further ideas for you in between their delicious boxes:

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Tricks of the Trade: #Emailing a #busyperson

tricks of the trade when emailing 200 - 140When it comes to getting #answers via email from someone who doesn’t reply quick enough/at all, it can be very frustrating. You NEED answers but only have an email address for them, you NEED to know something before you can carry on with a task at work, you NEED them to ‘OK’ something for approval and you haven’t heard either way- what do you do?

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A @Monster new strategy: Pay for Performance

monster new strategy_200x140Let’s be honest, @Monster has taken a beating over recent years by its #jobboard competitors and hence they have seen sales and market share diminish. It is then truly great news to see today’s announcement that Monster are fighting back and fighting smart with their new strategy.

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Great results and testimonials, thank you @MarkGroupUK and @MediaVision

Great results and Testimonials_200x140Thank you @MarkGroupUK and @MediaVision for letting us sharing these great results and testimonials.  Having helped over 20,000 employers post and fill their jobs we are really proud of what we have achieved, never more so though when we get such great results and testimonials as these!

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Let’s Get Physical @Fit

EleahToday I spoke to Eleah Waters who is a #Pilates #instructor, working for a company called @Fix. It makes sense, their working professionals help you to ‘fix’ any problem areas or strains your body may be facing. I love that it is ‘the body’ that inspires Eleah, meaning that her day-to-day job she is motivated and intrigued by, making her ‘good’ at what she does because she enjoys it. Isn’t that the secret to a happy working life?

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Interviewing a HELLO! Magazine Journalist

Interviewing a HELLO! Magazine JournalistToday I sat down with Rebecca Lewis, who works at HELLO! magazine. No, it wasn’t to chat about the latest celeb gossip, it was to talk about (surprise, surprise!) her work life. It was lovely to hear all of the positives Rebecca has to say about her job and to learn of her journey that got her to this position.

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A Report of Working Life from a CBC Reporter

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A Report of Working Life from a CBC ReporterToday I spoke with the calm and collected Laura Osman. Laura is a television and radio reporter for CBC so it was very interesting to see how she would fare having me interview her for a change. Laura made it effortless and I quickly got an idea of what her day-to-day working life was like from just a few simple questions.

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