Care Day 2019 OR Leaving Care + Employment

4 in 10 care leavers in England between 19-21 are not in employment or training. Find out more about the @CareLeaverCov here:

Lost the Love for Your Job?

Fallen out of love with your job? BUT is it time to leave or should you give it another go? (Via @BNDarticles):

Charles Darwin Day 2019

Author + entrepreneur @Alltopstartups shares the super skills you need to remain career relevant – taking inspiration from such notables as Charles Darwin, Einstein + some more contemporary thinkers! (Via @Medium):

Kids + Residential Care

TV’s Katie Price reveals she’s considering residential care for her son. Now other parents speak out (via @BBCNews). As Katie says: “It takes a special person to care and look after a person with complex needs.” Could that person be you?





Never underestimate the importance of making connections when it comes to your business or career! We’ve just been meeting with @LinkedIn to discuss some new + exciting opportunities for us + for you… #InItTogether #LinkedIn #AngelHR


Did you know that almost 120,000 people of working age people find out they have cancer every year? Fortunately help + advice on your work rights is out there. This comprehensive piece, via @thisismoney, is a great start

A To Don’t List To Help Your To Dos

January was all about goals and plans. But what if you start February by taking note of what you don’t want to do? (via @lifehacker)



Record Employment – But…

UK employment may have reached a record high of 32.54 million (@ONS) but the number of job vacancies rose by 10,000 to a record high of 853,000 (via the @BBC). Need help with those vacancies? We’re here:

Your CV is a Story Not a List

If you’re just thinking of your CV as a list of places you’ve worked + stuff you’ve done then you’ve got it wrong! Here’s why you should approach it with these 3 stories in mind … (Via @QuartzAtWork)

Employee Burnout Risking Your Business?

“[E]mployee burnout can trigger a downward spiral in individual + organizational performance,” @GallupWorkplace has found. Yet: “[A]bout two-thirds of full-time workers experience burnout on the job.” What do you think?