Job-job.co.uk, the recruitment search engine has today uncovered the most common mistakes and signals unconsciously made by workers looking to change jobs.
Job hunting can be a stressful business, particularly for a candidate already in employment and looking to move to a new job without alerting their boss to their antics.
Whilst leaving the office to take a personal phone call may seem like the normal thing to do, this is often one of the most glaring indications for an employer as this indicates that one of the team is discussing something highly sensitive – more often than not, arranging a time for a interview.
In these times of recession many workers will be unsure of their job security, particularly taking into consideration the vast amount of well established brands currently suffering and making job cuts in a desperate bid to cut costs.
Co-founder of Job-Job Ian Brooks commented: - “Job seekers really ought to be aware that if they start acting suspiciously, their employer is bound to pick up on it straight away. The best way to look surreptitiously for marketing jobs or brand management jobs is to use the internet away from work – have a look at home, pop into the local library and then arrange for any phone calls or interviews to be carried out during your lunch break, or, even better, after work is done for the day - it may not seem convenient but it could save you an uncomfortable conversation with your put out boss.”
Brand management jobs are increasingly prevalent this Spring – it is true to say that Brand Management jobs London are the buzz words on most candidates lips as they have hushed conversations in the hall way or bathroom away from listening ears – or so they hope.
Several Employers have stated that the sly hushed conversations they witness are the first thing to raise suspicion over an individuals company loyalty – you have been warned!
For more information or to search for the job that’s right for you, visit www.job-job.co.uk.
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