Hi Lifehacker, I’m thinking of moving on from my current job, but there’s a problem. I have some health issues that require a weekly appointment and I currently have my appointment on a Friday afternoon. My current manager has rearranged my work hours slightly so that I can attend this appointment. My question is: if I get an interview for a new job, should I tell them about this at the interview? If so, how do I go about it?
The skills that serve you well as an IT expert won’t always be enough for a management role, especially when you’re dealing with non-technical types. Paul Glen from Leading Geeks offers five simple issues to consider — plus you can download a full ebook guide with even more suggestions for progressing in your career.
If you’ve finished your final-year university exams, the real world beckons in all its slightly scary glory. But where do you start? What are you forgetting to do? Once you’re out of university, you have a lot of ground to cover to get things moving. From handling HELP debts to finding a job, here’s what you need to do.
It seems obvious: once you land a job, you stop looking for new ones, right? Hannah Morgan explains that’s not the case. If you want to futureproof yourself against layoffs and keep your connections and network strong, continue looking after you’re signed up fr a new job.
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