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Q: LinkedIn – I don’t know what to make of it. I’m told that I need to be on there, and I am, but just about. I have a profile that I haven’t kept updated and I never put up a post. Now and then, I might comment on a post, but that’s the height of it. I have run my own business most of my life but that has gone under and I need to get myself into something else. Any advice on how I can use LinkedIn to help me – particularly on keywords, everyone mentions those? (DG, email).
Recently unemployed or wanting to make a change from your current role? Having a LinkedIn profile will help to showcase your qualifications, experience and skills…but can you make your profile stand out from the other hundreds, if not more, also seeking similar roles? The following five tips will help you do just that, writes SARAH QUINN, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers
It’s a new year. The early days of January are a hopeful time to look at how you and your organisation can achieve great results in 2016.
Q. I have recently been told I’m going to be made redundant form my job in six months’ time. However, a job has become available in another company close to where I live but the catch is that it has a significantly lower salary. Do I go for this job even though the salary is dramatically inferior or do I sit tight for the time being? Any suggestions as to what I should do? (LL, email.)
Research co-authored by NUI Galway lecturer says employees with diverse Twitter network develop better ideas
New research suggests that employees with a diverse Twitter network that exposes them to people and ideas they do not already know tend to generate better ideas.
For college graduates, LinkedIn can be an overwhelming medium to negotiate.
A picture tells a thousand words. And Junior Chamber Ireland (JCI) Mayo is hoping to help people make sure their picture is telling the right kind of story, particularly on their LinkedIn profile.
“Inspire Ireland” is an initiative designed to stimulate new business in Ireland. Following on from the hugely successful inaugural Irish Executives Summit held in Galway this September, Irish businesses at home and abroad have offered €150,000 worth of in-kind business services to the top three entries.