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The thriving source for your every accomplishment is online career counselling

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 Anshul Singhal (April 22, 2017)  Your dreams need a direction. The resources are humongous for you to know how endless that list goes on. And clarifying your purposes and questions is the biggest time saver when you choose Online Career Counselling. Ask a curator who would assist you with any query that you have. All we care is leading you towards the apt direction. The questions which you have perhaps what you post .. (Career Advice)

Understand the purpose and steps to boost your career

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 Anshul Singhal (April 21, 2017)  A well planned career has certain levels it has to suffice. Proper understanding of your personality and abilities will align your core values if they regulate with your interpersonal skills and competencies. During the process you extensively research and explore every opportunity. Once you know there is a lead coming your way you being to correspond with that source. Lastly you .. (Career Advice)

How Recruiters Assist Companies - TERRANA GROUP

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 Lora Davis (April 20, 2017)  Whenever there is even one position in a good organization, you can expect to get hundreds if not thousands of applications from qualified people looking for financial advisor jobs who will be keen to fill up that position. Most of these people will be very keen on the job advert as well as the criteria the employer is going to use during the selection process. With thousands of people .. (Career Advice)

A wake up call to make your dreams real

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 Anshul Singhal (March 31, 2017)  Have you found the definition who you are and what you need? Have you struck the right string? All you should recognize is that dreams get bigger when success occurs at the right time with the right steps. It is required that your momentum should not waver in the pursuit of making choices and while experiencing the results of your ardent efforts. As a student you have aspirations, as a . (Career Advice)

Driver First Assist Initiative Turns HGV Drivers into Life-Savers

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 Desiree Michels (March 01, 2017)  For the UK's many hard working HGV drivers traversing our 245,000 miles of road, the amount of time they spend on the job means that, through circumstance and by nature of their work, they are quite often the first on the scene of a road traffic accident. While of course not a welcome aspect of their job, having the confidence, knowledge and skills to be able to provide assistance at a .. (Career Advice)

What It Takes to Be a Delivery Driver

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 Desiree Michels (February 21, 2017)  Being a courier driver in today’s fast-paced world is no walk in the park, but it certainly has its perks. This is an extremely hard-working group that deal with irregular hours and frequent long travel, seeing many have to spend lengthy periods away from their family. Although it takes a lot to be a courier, it is also a very rewarding career. There is a constant stream of work, .. (Career Advice)

Royal Mail Same Day Delivery Jobs

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 Desiree Michels (February 21, 2017)  As modern day consumer demands soar, the Royal Mail is having to adapt to satisfy customers and keep pace with the competition. One of the key areas is same day delivery, which the Royal Mail now offers with their high-tech Same Day service. They are currently heavily recruiting owner drivers, so if you are a courier seeking employment opportunities then I urge you to read on. Their .. (Career Advice)

Courier Services Replacing the Royal Mail

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 Desiree Michels (February 21, 2017)  It is no secret that the modern day consumer prefers to shop online rather than visit the high street. With greater variety, cheaper prices and the ability to shop at any time and from the comfort of your own home, it is very easy to see why! The rise of online shopping has created a boom in the courier industry, which has been revolutionised as a result of this to meet demand. .. (Career Advice)

Everything You Need To Know About Life Coaching

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 Lora Davis (December 12, 2016)  Perhaps you are one of those people that have heard about life coaching and you are sitting there wondering who life coaches are and exactly what do they do. The definition of life coaching that if found in most self-help websites defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional .. (Career Advice)

Creating the perfect project management CV

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 Julie Lord (December 04, 2016)  Are you ready to make it in the world of project management? If you have found a number of different vacancies you want to apply to, you will, of course, need to make sure that your CV is on point. There is nothing that can make you get rejected quicker than a badly worded and formatted CV. Below, we will provide you with some tips to help you get started. 1. Show enthusiasm – .. (Career Advice)

National Lorry Week to Encourage Others to Climb Aboard

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 Desiree Michels (October 04, 2016)  It is no secret that there is a shortage of HGV drivers in the haulage industry at the moment. Retirement beckons for 35,000 drivers in the next 5 years, while it’s predicted that only 17,000 people will be recruited for haulage work in that time. It is appropriate, then, that the Road Haulage Association’s National Lorry Week, which was such a success in 2015, will be .. (Career Advice)

Keeping Your Hands on the Wheel: Drivers and their Mobile Phones

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 Desiree Michels (October 03, 2016)  I was surprised to read earlier this month that there has been a significant increase in the use of handheld mobile phones while driving on British roads. You would have thought by now that everybody, especially those of us involved in haulage work, would be aware of the dangers of taking your hands and your eyes off the wheel. The RAC has released some shocking figures in its annual .. (Career Advice)

Save the Date: The 2016 Global Freight Awards

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 Desiree Michels (October 03, 2016)  The 3rd November 2016 will see a number of delivery firms given the accolade of a Global Freight Award. The awards incorporate categories spanning the breadth of the haulage industry, including air freight solutions, global freight solutions, heavy lift forwarding, sea freight solutions and specialist freight solutions, along with more general categories such as those honouring high .. (Career Advice)

Introducing: The Drive Safely Work Week

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 Desiree Michels (October 03, 2016)  The first week of October 2016 marks the eighth annual Drive Safely Work Week, or DSWW. Over the course of this week, participating companies will attempt to encourage safe driving practices and raise awareness about common risk factors for accidents. This year’s DSWW aims to raise awareness of safe driving practices among all employees (rather than just those who drive as part .. (Career Advice)

Turning Your Used Truck Parts into Cash

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 Desiree Michels (September 30, 2016)  As any haulier can tell you, a career in haulage jobs means lots of maintenance and frequent upgrading in order to meet changing safety standards. When you upgrade a component, or an upgrade elsewhere forces you to change other components to maintain compatibility, you’ll find yourself with spare parts. All too often, these parts are left to gather dust in sheds and garages .. (Career Advice)

The FTA Fleet Engineer Conference

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 Desiree Michels (September 30, 2016)  On the 27th of October, the UK’s top haulage companies will send delegates to the Park Royal Hotel in Warrington for the 2016 FTA Fleet Engineer Conference. The conference aims to keep attendees abreast of changes in the industry, both in terms of technological innovation and in legislative and market developments that would necessitate a change in established practice. In short, .. (Career Advice)

The Speediest Truck on the Road

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 Desiree Michels (September 30, 2016)  As those working in the industry will tell you, haulage jobs rarely start and end with the work itself. A career in haulage is frequently underpinned by, and in turn reinforces, a deep love of the road and the ins and outs of HGVs. Those who take a special interest in the technical workings of lorries will want to look into The Iron Knight, the spectacular new development by Volvo .. (Career Advice)

Introducing: Satnavs Just for Hauliers

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 Desiree Michels (September 29, 2016)  Truckers are no strangers to stress. Tight deadlines, the alertness required to drive safely for long periods, and cabin fever can all take their toll on even the most dedicated haulier. While some of these issues simply come with the territory, some are avoidable, or at least can be minimised. That’s why TomTom, who have been developing highly regarded satellite navigation .. (Career Advice)

Longer Semi-Trailers Showing Long-Term Benefits

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 Desiree Michels (September 29, 2016)  You may be aware that the Department for Transport has been conducting a ten-year trial of longer semi-trailers (LSTs) on UK roads. A report has been released this month giving positive feedback from the third year of the trial, suggesting that these longer trailers will become an attractive prospect for haulage companies and a common occurrence on British highways in the future. The .. (Career Advice)

UK Fuels Produces Trump Card

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 Desiree Michels (September 29, 2016)  When it comes to fuel cards there are many options available which cater to businesses large and small, often with seemingly similar packages. Search engines come up with cards that offer different tariffs and different brands to fleets of different sizes, which can end up being a bit of a headache. If you’re looking to change your fuel card, it’s worth being aware of a new .. (Career Advice)

Upcoming Safety Roadshow Hosted by MiX Telematics

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 Desiree Michels (September 28, 2016)  Calling all UK service, delivery, utility, haulage and passenger transport operators! (That’s us!) MiX Telematics, a specialist company working in the field of telematics and fleet management solutions, is putting on a one-day safety roadshow next month. If you want to keep your finger on the pulse of all the exciting innovations in automotive safety happening at the moment, this .. (Career Advice)

The Future is Now: Self-Loading Trucks

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 Desiree Michels (September 28, 2016)  The 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show, to be held in Germany next month, will play host to a truck that can automatically drive itself into a bay in order to load or unload. Are those dubious mumblings I hear from you? Too close to sci-fi dystopias for comfort? Well, I thought I’d look into the recent drive for full vehicle automation in haulage work and share my findings with you. . (Career Advice)

New Training Incentives for Haulage Companies

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 Desiree Michels (September 28, 2016)  Almost all haulage companies will have experienced difficulties in recruiting personnel. If we’re being honest, many will also have shied away from recruiting younger and less experienced people. Given staff shortages in many areas, why does this disconnect in approach arise? The Issue It’s explicable, in part, by the costs associated with training and developing .. (Career Advice)

The Channel Tunnel is Helping Haulage Companies

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 Desiree Michels (September 27, 2016)  For haulage companies, the Channel Tunnel was a long time coming. Believe it or not, the first plans were drawn up in 1802 – nearly 220 years ago. Work actually started, in an amateurish fashion, in the late 19th century and then was stopped. Fast forward another century and work this time started in earnest. The Channel Tunnel officially opened in 1994. Why the Delays? In the .. (Career Advice)

The IRTE Conference Benefits Haulage Companies

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 Desiree Michels (September 27, 2016)  It’s true that the leadership levels within most haulage companies are under stress. As a result, people operating in a leadership capacity aren’t known for having lots of spare time on their hands. There is a ‘nose to the grindstone’ culture that can spring up as a result and the “I’m too busy to leave the office” mind-set can become the order . (Career Advice)

Figures Show Increased Haulage Work Efficiency

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 Desiree Michels (September 27, 2016)  Most people involved in haulage work will take some pride in the RHA report, in response to ‘good news’ figures from the Department for Transport, which clearly indicates that the industry is getting more efficient. Good News The figures are certainly impressive. They’re a little detailed and the particulars needn’t concern us here, but the headlines are: In .. (Career Advice)

Self-Employed Courier Driver Jobs - The Van Excellence Scheme

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 Desiree Michels (September 26, 2016)  Many people search for self-employed courier driver jobs with their own van being at the heart of their plans and propositions. That’s absolutely great but there’s something that arises from that which we need to face. That is the need to present our validated credentials concisely to potential clients. How to Get a Competitive Edge It’s not always easy to .. (Career Advice)

Getting Around on Smart Motorways

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 Desiree Michels (September 26, 2016)  If you do courier jobs that involve long periods on motorways, then you are most probably familiar with what are known as smart motorways. What is a “Smart Motorway”? Well, it’s got nothing to do with mobile technology like a “smart phone” – but it does, just like your phone, provide the user with more possibilities for a quicker and safer drive. .. (Career Advice)

Could You Be Vanarama’s Next Van Hero of the Year?

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 Desiree Michels (September 26, 2016)  Vanarama, one of the country’s biggest van leasing companies, with over 53 locations spread across the UK, is gearing up for the finals of its Van Hero 2016 competition this coming October. If you’re a courier driver or run a courier business, then you could win a cash prize of £5,000 or a free, three-year van hire. If you didn’t apply before entries closed on .. (Career Advice)

Cheaper Fuel Equals Lower Costs, Lower Prices and Higher Profits

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 Desiree Michels (September 23, 2016)  Running a haulage business and doing courier jobs is an expensive operation, what with wages, buying and maintaining vehicles, insurance, and fuel. In fact, depending on the vehicle type and its annual mileage, fuel costs can be anywhere from 17% to a whopping 32% of your annual running costs (FTA - Fuel as a percentage of HGV operating costs). Technology Lowers Fuel Costs Over the .. (Career Advice)

Why You Should Attend the 2016 FTA Transport Manager Conferences.

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 Desiree Michels (September 23, 2016)  For over two decades, the Freight Transport Association has held a series of 12 regional Transport Manager Conferences that bring together road, sea, air and rail transport companies, industry leaders, regulatory bodies and many others to discuss the changes that the logistics industry is going through. Each conference is a unique opportunity for all those involved in courier work to .. (Career Advice)

A Congestion-Free August Bank Holiday (Almost)

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 Desiree Michels (September 23, 2016)  Well, the August Bank Holiday is behind us. If you or your drivers were on courier jobs which included stretches of motorway or major “A” roads, then you will probably have noticed the almost total absence of road works. This was thanks to the efforts of Highways England, which made a special effort to get major routes open and free of clutter so that the increased traffic .. (Career Advice)

How to Choose a Financial Advisor

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 Lora Davis (July 19, 2016)  It is good practice to interview a few people before you can establish a relationship with Chicago financial advisors so you are sure that you can get the correct match for you. Since the business of selecting a financial advisor is not a simple task, you need to know what to look for by knowing the right kind of questions to ask. You can become your own financial adviser recruiter when . (Career Advice)

Getting Into a CNA Training Program

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 Aleshia Faithfull (April 03, 2016)  Are you considering getting into a CNA training program? Not quite sure where to start? Students today are finding the educational options out there to be quite facilitating; offering not only resources to determine the appropriate school for such a degree, but resources indicating where you can find all the financial assistance you may need to get into the program you want so you can .. (Career Advice)

Tips on How to Find Free CNA Classes Online

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 Aleshia Faithfull (February 24, 2016)  Education is the stepping stone to any good career, be it business, medicine, media or whatever else that you may be aspiring to be. So before you take the jump start on hitting to big career world after graduating high school, hold on for a second and hit a tertiary education first! If you’ve always wanted to become a certified nurse assistant (CNA) but don’t want to gain .. (Career Advice)

How CA Coaching Classes Help You Improve Your Career

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 Leah Spencer (February 22, 2016)  Just like engineering, medicine or MBA, Chartered Accountancy (CA) course is a preferred choice of students after completing Plus-Two. However, despite many opting for the course, the pass percentage is very small. This is because cracking the CA examination is not an easy task. It is here that CA coaching classes come to play an important role. Ask any rank holder or some of the .. (Career Advice)

Don’t Waste Resources on Interviews

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 Bruce Markey (January 22, 2015)  Finding good leadership can be tough. Not only is it time consuming, with ad posting and interviewing, but it’s also not always successful. It’s easy to waste a lot of resources in the hunt for the right person that will fit into your company flawlessly. If you’ve been searching but have had little success, or are planning to begin the hunt for a new executive, .. (Career Advice)

How To Become A CNA

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 Errol Bunker (November 27, 2013)  Being a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) is a career that several people choose due to its track record for requiring a reasonably short certification period. However, getting certified does not necessarily mean that you are guaranteed a job. Realistically, some hospitals may not hire a person solely upon looking at their certification. A great deal of hospitals require on-the-job .. (Career Advice)

How to Start Up a Hairdressing Salon

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 Adrian Fisher (September 19, 2013)  With the economic climate in such disarray starting up your very own hairdressing salon may seem a little daunting, but by forward planning and a belief in your individual abilities it can still be a viable proposition. During hard times it is more important than ever to make sure that your staff are fully trained and extremely competent. They need to know how valuable they are to you .. (Career Advice)

The Best Paying Jobs in Trucking

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 Larry Medcalf (July 17, 2013)  Trucking jobs have seen a steady increase as the economy improves. Being a CDL Driver is a highly skilled job, requiring specialized training so trucking schools have also seen an increase in enrollment. As with nearly every job the best paid truck drivers are often those with the most experience, so a newer Class A Truck Driver can expect to make a bit less than his experienced peers. .. (Career Advice)

How to Become a CDL Truck Driver

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 Larry Medcalf (July 16, 2013)  Have you ever wondered how to get a job as a tractor trailer driver? There are many class a driving jobs available. All you need to know is where to look and how to get qualified. The first thing you need to do is obtain your CDL license. However, just obtaining your CDL alone is not a good idea. Due to insurance regulations, many companies require that you attend a truck driving .. (Career Advice)

Top Strategies in Selecting a Project Manager

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 Deanie Canales (April 09, 2013)  One way to accomplish this company's objectives and targets is having someone who's competent enough to guide this company to its success. For this to be realize, you would wish an efficient Project Manager. You can check the internet and a long list of applicants may be had in an instant. However, how will you realize that you are already taking into account the right person? Picking .. (Career Advice)

New Government Jobs for Engineers

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 Lovisa Vendela (February 01, 2013)  Government jobs are strong in these days because of security and satisfaction they offer admired. Recently, banks, armed forces and other public sector units (PSUs) in India was to hire talented and qualified professionals and students at a very good price for retirement, many people and businesses opening new branches to large spectrum of serving people. Around the time of .. (Career Advice)

Best Government Jobs for All

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 Lovisa Vendela (February 01, 2013)  One of the trademarks of the modern recession has been prevalent unemployment. As a result, everybody searching for a job right now should most likely cast a wide net and contain government jobs in their seek for a regular paycheck. We provide all about new government job information at government-naukri4u. blogspot.com. Because we best appreciate the public sector hiring method from .. (Career Advice)

All About New Banking Jobs

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 Lovisa Vendela (February 01, 2013)  Banking and Insurance is a top class successful sector in India. In the present scenario of economical reformation banks are playing a very significant role as this situation demands a enormous planned investment. So, we can see a huge growth of banking sector which require youthful and bright minds. Banking industry recommends a decent pay, cool life and enormous occasion of learning. .. (Career Advice)

How to Prepare for an Job Interview?

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 Lovisa Vendela (January 29, 2013)  An Interview is takes place main character in job. Most employers do not hire people based on merit alone also look Personality, confidence, interest, a positive outlook & communication skills during the selection procedure. When an employer invites to an interview, we are getting excite and make planning for better performance, that time we should take perfect points. STEP FOR .. (Career Advice)

How to Manage Emotions at Workplace

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 Kaushik Bhattacharyya (January 18, 2013)  We have a unique guidance system within ourselves called ‘emotion’. Whatever name we call it, primarily, there are two kinds of emotions…either we feel good or we feel bad. Emotion is also a guidance system within us that steer us towards certain behavioral actions. Even at our workplace, we cannot be bereft of emotions. The events happening around us in our workplace . (Career Advice)

Become a Firefighter: Basic advice

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 Thomas Griffen (December 26, 2012)  Normally, firefighter prerequisites differ from state to state however, as you are going to notice, you will find several commonalities. Begin by preparing yourself, remember, there might be several thousand prospects for just a small number of firefighter positions, you have to differentiate yourself. The screening system for firefighters is excruciating, a poor driving record will .. (Career Advice)

All The Tips You Need To Find The Right Job

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 Carrie Westengate (December 23, 2012)  All people need to have a job to just survive these days. What is there to do when you are out of work or in need of a better paying position? This advice can help you boost your income and look for a brand new job. If you have a phone interview, understand that you should prepare for this similarly to a regular, in-person one. Make sure to have answers prepared in advance for all of .. (Career Advice)

How to Write Resumes for Engineering Jobs?

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 Leah Spencer (November 28, 2012)  Resumes can be engineered to be the most powerful marketing tool for an individual; this helps them to stay ahead of the crowd. Even if you are the brightest candidate when compared to thousands of other who are competing for the same job, it is very critical that you present all your achievements and accolades in an attractive way. Usually engineering jobs have a wide range of .. (Career Advice)




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