The Love Success Recruitment Agency | Insights - January 2022

  • Will You Be Part of the Great Resignation?

    Posted on Monday, January 31, 2022 by The Career GuideNo comments

    The Great Resignation is the new nickname for the data revealing that a huge number of people are set to make a career change early in 2022. Before you fire up the computer to type out a resignation letter, what do you need to know about this trend? Is the Great Resignation real? Data reveals that many people will be looking to change jobs early in 2022, with a quarter of UK workers planning to ...

  • What Are You Doing for Your Career in 2022?

    Posted on Friday, January 28, 2022 by The Career GuideNo comments

    It’s always helpful to hear about what others are up to, particularly when you’re shaping your career. It’s tricky because you probably don’t want to speak to colleagues, and will definitely find it hard to be completely honest with managers, while friends might not have the insight you need. Our London recruitment agency has chatted to several people actually working in office support jobs about ...

  • How to Keep Heating Costs Low When Working from Home

    Posted on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 by The Workplace AdvisorNo comments

    Many people in office support jobs are facing remote working again this winter. However, unlike the first lockdown with its warm days and sunny skies, we’re now doing it in chilly January. What’s more, heating bills have hiked right up and many of us are facing 30% spikes in fuel costs in 2022 . We’ve got some top tips from those in office support jobs about how to keep your heating costs as low ...

  • How to Improve Your Home Office Set-up

    Posted on Monday, January 24, 2022 by The Office Zen MasterNo comments

    With Omicron ensuring that many of us start 2022 making greater use of our home-working set-up once more, we thought it was important to consider your home office arrangements. You can’t “make do” when we are now in the third calendar year of the pandemic. You need to consider how whatever space you have works. To help you out, we chatted to some of the pros—those in PA jobs in London who have ...

  • Common Remote Working Mistakes

    Posted on Friday, January 21, 2022 by The Workplace AdvisorNo comments

    With arrival of Omicron, many of us are back to working remotely again. However, after a taster of being back in the office, you may be feeling reluctant. We’ve all learned lots of lessons over the last couple of years about remote and hybrid working. So, what are the most common remote working mistakes and what can you do about them? 1. Something was missed With remote working, it’s much easier ...

  • Beating the January Work Blues

    Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 by The Office Zen MasterNo comments

    Poor old January. It has a tough act to follow on the heels of fun festivities, twinkly lights, and chilled office working where you’re as likely to encounter eggnog as you are an executive directive. Instead, January is plagued with empty bank accounts, catch-up work, and Blue Monday—the most depressing day of the year. Rather than languish morosely in its clutches, we’re taking a more proactive ...

  • New Year Job Hunting Advice

    Posted on Monday, January 17, 2022 by The Career GuideNo comments

    The new year is a popular time for hiring and 2022 is set to be a record-breaker for candidates securing new jobs. Employers have the distractions of December behind them, so they are cracking on with their hiring plans. Both employers and candidates want to kick off the year as well as they mean it to go on! So, if you’re job hunting right now, what do you need to know? Focus on these five areas ...

  • How to Manage Job Burnout?

    Posted on Friday, January 14, 2022 by The Office Zen MasterNo comments

    Job burnout is a type of stress that arises from issues within the workplace, for example exhausting hours, an unreasonably demanding boss, or a colleague who is frustrating at best. It can also include feeling like work is meaningless or valueless, or that autonomy is lacking. Whatever the cause, you feel drained. It’s a horrible place to be in, but although you may feel helpless, there are in ...

  • Should I Disclose My Disability during My Job Search?

    Posted on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 by The Workplace AdvisorNo comments

    In 2020, 52.3% of disabled people were in employment compared with 81.1% of not disabled people . It is therefore completely unsurprising that disabled people, who face greater barriers to successful employment, will wonder if they should or shouldn’t disclose their disability during their job search. This is, of course, particularly pertinent when it comes to invisible disabilities. The ...

  • Tips for Newbie PAs from Those in PA Jobs in London

    Posted on Monday, January 10, 2022 by A Top London PANo comments

    It’s always great to learn from others who have “been there, done that”! We’ve gathered up the top tips from some of our experienced candidates in PA jobs in London, so that newbie PAs can benefit from their know-how. 1. Set your priorities Nicole says, “Set your priorities. Most of your work life is about organising and prioritising someone else, so there’s no getting away from the fact that you ...