In light of LinkedIn's 'Future of Recruiting' report, find out how startups across London and Manchester are navigating team bonding in the social distancing era.
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We asked some of the grads on our books: what was the weirdest or funniest interview experience you ever had? The answers were hilarious (and sometimes downright worrying). Here are some of our favourites!
There are a few factors that can mean you hit a bit of a roadblock after graduation. The sudden lack of structure and deadlines combined with career pressure either from family or your own motivation to do well can start to have a negative effect on your mental health.
Starting a graduate job is often a shock to the system. After years of living via your own personal body clock and using the library from midday until 2am simply because it suits your mood, strict working hours can make productivity feel elusive.
You will no doubt have heard about the traditional way to score yourself a graduate job. Smarten up your CV, send it out to advertised posts either online or in person, and then sit tight and wait for a response.
As the world becomes aware of the increasing dangers of traditional corporate office culture you might want to think of ways to set the benchmark for your startup that goes above and beyond in encouraging healthy employees