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The ‘Homeless’ CV

The story of the ‘homeless’ CV will warm your heart. In the past we’ve featured many innovative CVs and regaled tales of creative jobseekers – from Philippe Dubost and his Amazon CV to Jannic Nielssen and his Kickstarter style CV. The creativity and ingenuity they’ve displayed is both impressive and inspirational in equal measure. Today though […]

How to Keep Your Workforce Engaged in the Face of Adversity

Every organization faces adversity at times, and in today’s volatile economy, it’s more likely than ever. Leaders and managers have a pivotal role to play in keeping employees engaged and motivated in the face of tough times and company policies that may go against the interests of the employees themselves. Leaders can do this by […]

Employee Engagement: Warning Signs to Watch Out For & Facts to Know

We tend to think of the interview process as a one-way street, with the company testing to see if the candidate is a good fit. In reality, the interview process lets job seekers feel out their potential working environment and make sure they’ll be happy in the role. This job satisfaction leads to employee engagement, […]

The Importance of Team Building

When any company and its employees grow, it can be difficult to establish that close bond between employees. Sometimes it’s good to get away from the office and allow relationships to flourish and dynamics evolve. Team building is an excellent tool for facilitating a harmonious team, producing engaged employees and therefore giving your business that […]

5 Ways to Stay Positive when Job Searching

If you’ve been searching for a job for a while and been getting rejection emails or letters galore, it’s pretty understandable that you may be feeling a little down, to say the least. Rejection is never easy to deal with at the best of times and when it relates to something as important as getting […]

Coping with Redundancy. Part 1 – Money

Sadly for many of us, redundancy and potential enforced job loss, is still very much an ongoing fear. The global economy, whilst still wavering between recession and minimal growth, gives very few people the security that their jobs are safe. Part 1 of our “Things to consider”, looks at the part of redundancy, that can […]

Housebites – How they are reinventing the takeaway….

We’ve all been there – not in the mood to cook and deciding that tonight it has to be takeaway. So we dig out the pizza menu , the local Indian or the Chinese menu – it very rarely gets more adventurous than that. Until now that is. Launched earlier this year, Housebites offers restaurant […]

An interview with Rioch Edwards-Brown, Social Entrepreneur and inspiration…

Katie Hopkins, formally an Apprentice finalist has a reputation for “Telling it like it is”, as she proudly highlights on her own website. Last week she caused an uproar for stating that the unemployed should be ‘creamed and parked’ on Radio 5 Live, and that we should be creaming off the talented unemployed and for […]

Startup Of The Week – CoderDojo

Since starting the Startup of The Week feature, we have profiled many different types of organisations, all innovative and doing something unique in their own way. This week’s Startup of The Week though is not just an organisation, it is more of a grassroots revolution and at TheEmployable we truly believe that it will be […]

TheEmployable Talks Teen Entrepreneurship with Sabirul Islam

Sabirul Islam, an ordinary East London Youth who is still only 21, is rapidly developing an empire that inspires, educates and provides the opportunity for an ordinary individual to become an “extraordinary entrepreneur.” This globally recognised young entrepreneur is currently on a journey to Inspire1Million people, having delivered Inspirational tours in 13 countries worldwide. Author […]

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