Interviews are tough. You are given 30 minutes to an hour to showcase that you will fit into an organisation and that your skills outshine other candidates. No pressure! I've spoken before about having a good interview success rate and think it would be a good topic to share my knowledge on. If you've applied … Continue reading TOP 5 INTERVIEW TIPS FOR SOCIAL WORKERS
Social Media has taken over all forms of business and advertising! Recognising this has inspired us to start vlogging. Our CEO is taking centre stage for our first few videos lucky her 😉 We are truly passionate about social work and want to work with as many clients as possible so we can deliver what … Continue reading VLOG!
Written by anon Let me start this article with a story of a good friend who I worked with as a team manager a few years ago. Our line manager at the time was, to say the least, eccentric swinging between excessive friendliness to 'The Terminator' with little in between to suggest which way she … Continue reading Office Politics In Social Work
Maybe you recognise it ? You've given 150% on the front line, kept up staff morale, provided a safe service to the public, navigated office politics and personalities that contradict your own values whilst holding together a family/life you start feeling tired, cynical, tearful and demotivated. It makes sense that at some point in a person's career it can happen.
Let me start with a humble brag- In my 10 years working in the social work sector, I have never been for an interview where I didn't get the job! Wait that's not true there are two occasions. I didn't get the role for the Grenfell project where I ended the interview by over-enthusiastically saying … Continue reading So about recruitment agencies…
The team work solely with your organisation not the family to consult and if needed attend meetings and complete reports on your behalf.