As the summer holidays draw to a close. It’s a time to review the school/work year and how we can do what we do – only better!! At Workcoup, our aim has always been to move you away from logging into and out of a traditional webpage to look for a job and have jobs
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Want a job? Put yourself out there socially. #jobtitle #Iwantajob We also share / retweet jobs – bringing jobs to you. Check us out / follow @workcoup LINKS: https://www.twitter.com/workcoup | https://www.facebook.com/workcoup | https://www.instagram.com/workcoup Oh yes! @workcoup – loving this summer
If you’ve just started working your first summer job or internship it’s going to be a shock to the system. Keep going, not only do you gain money and experience – you gain many social and interpersonal skills as well. It’s a whole new environment, way of communicating and responsibilities. So if you’re feeling a
As you break up for summer break this week or next, many of you will be starting your summer vacation jobs. Summer jobs are great. YOU – learn new skills, meet new friends, new experiences and the money of course. Good luck, we hope you enjoy the next couple of months in your summer job.
With summer vacation time almost upon us…it’s the time of year many parents feel frantic and worry about balancing work and child care. Not every parent can take time off during school holidays and even those who can, many don’t have the 6 – 8 weeks needed to cover the whole holiday period. Some parents
You rock up to work – after making yourself available, got ready, paid for transport – it’s not busy and you’re sent home early!
Zero hour contracts can be FRUSTRATING!! Both Employers and Employees need to respect each other for a working relationship to continue. Can other tasks be found to fill in the promised shift hours? If these contracts are to remain on such a large scale in some industries there needs to be a clampdown on abuse
Networking is a great way to hear about jobs. When employers have a vacancy they will network with current employees and contacts first, so the job’s already out there – and possibly filled – before it’s advertised. By networking you could hear about a job or be recommended before it’s advertised. You’re a step ahead.
– Take up an awesome Barista or foodie job – Be a Commis Waiter /Waitress in a London Five * Hotel – Cook up a storm in a Chef job – Mix us a drink – Mixologist/bar staff wanted. – Flair for interiors – there’s a retail job for that. – Work in Admin, Contracts