News and commentary from the world of work
At Work Horizons our job is creating a service that helps people find work that they find rewarding and fulfilling. But we are also interested in the wider world of work and employment; here are some recent thoughts and ideas posted by the Work Horizons team.
Will we have to work into genuine old age?
Read about the traits that help solopreneurs to respond to the market nimbly and innovatively to keep products relevant and systems customer-friendly.
If you missed the recent live events for prospective partners, this podcast with June Hogan and Rob Ball will give you a great introduction to Work Horizons.
Are employers looking in the right places in their search for committed, dependable, skilled employees?
Official figures show that time lost due to stress is greater than for physical ailments. Everyone responds differently, so what are the factors most likely to lead to stress amongst your team?
In his new book, Rob Ball asks, How often do you hear people say things like, ‘If only I hadn’t done…’ or ‘I wish I had done…’? How often is this person you?"
Modern life can be extremely complex. Job interviews can feel the same. So it’s worth spending a few moments making things simpler for yourself the next time you prepare.Here are a few practical ideas to “spring clean” your approach and to succeed at interviews.
‘Perfect’ is probably not a word that many people would use to describe their life, love or career. But it can be a useful acronym to help you achieve balance and get the basics right: Purpose, Exercise, Relaxation, Focus, Eating well, Correcting and improving Thinking