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Now we’re well into 2018, the government has changed legislation that will shape the HR and the secretarial job market. From changes in the minimum wage to the gender pay gap, 2018 is set to change the way that HR functions operate. This blog identifies changes in legislation over the first half of 2018.
It’s finally the day of your job interview, you’ve picked out the dress to impress, practiced plenty of questions in front of the mirror and figured out your route in.
After you’ve blitzed the interview, you receive a call: You’ve landed the job! But it’s now the night before your first day. We’ve all been there, all the small and unnecessary questions that nag us and keep us up all night. You have to figure out, where’s the office again? How do I actually get into the office?
Congratulations! You have received your job offer, but you’re a little disheartened, as you don’t feel the salary is a true reflection of your value to the business. It’s not unusual for salaries to be negotiated. That being said, I wouldn’t blame you if you hesitated to negotiate, in fear of jeopardising your offer.
Interviews are a nerve wracking-experience, knowing you’re being analysed whilst sat in front of potential your future boss is something that most of us find daunting. We all have questions that run through our minds during the interview.
The phone rings. It’s your recruiter. They’ve got news. You’ve got the job. Happy days! The previous incumbent doesn’t finish for a few weeks so you find yourself with the prospect of a couple of weeks to kill. Bliss.

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