Monthly Archives: February 2015

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DWP shortcuts to reduce PIP delays ‘have made it easier to reject claims’ | DisabledGo News and Blog

DWP shortcuts to reduce PIP delays ‘have made it easier to reject claims’ | DisabledGo News and Blog.

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Experience and empathy….

When David Cameron became Prime Minister , telling us that the NHS was safe in his hands I and many others expected cuts yes, he is a Tory, but hoped maybe it might not be so bad, after all didn’t … Continue reading

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Getting Organized can Help Your Job Search

Originally posted on @work: a career blog:
If your New Year’s resolution is to get more organized, you’re not alone. Most of us crave more order and less chaos in our lives. Getting organized can boost your confidence, save you…

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Is Clutter Hurting your Job Search?

Originally posted on @work: a career blog:
Eileen Mulligan, a counselor and life coach, says that stress warps your judgment.  “Strong feelings…can seriously distort decision making,” she writes. “Find ways to reduce stress before making decisions.” One way you can…

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Something for the weekend…free or at least cheap ways to enjoy the weekend.

After a week of job hunting it is very important to take some time at the weekend to open your mind to other activities, to catch up with the world and what is going on and get back in circulation, … Continue reading

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Get a life

I have quite often mentioned the importance of continuing to live a life that has more to it than job hunting. True, the job centre make it clear that while you are claiming benefits your job is job hunting and … Continue reading

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Gaining up to date relevant qualifications for the job

Gaining up to date relevant qualifications for the job that you want, or updating skills you already have, e.g. IT skills is one of the best routes to success for the older person who wants to show an employer that … Continue reading

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The grey ceiling

So, you are 55 years old and find yourself out of work? , or have been claiming disability benefits and due to welfare reform now find yourself older, with health issues that affect the type of work you can do, … Continue reading

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