Why a call centre job is a great place to work

‘Happy people sell’ was the catchphrase of Nev Wiltshire, owner of ‘The Call Centre’ featured on BBC3.

Nev was a colourful character and certainly made working in a call centre look like great fun. Call centres employ around 4% of the UK workforce, with the most popular roles being customer service assistants and call centre team leaders. From outbound calling to sell a new product, to retaining existing clients, to helping clients resolve technical issues, there is a call centre job for everyone.

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Where to look for teaching jobs

If you are a seeking a career change to teaching, or you are an established teacher, there are a number of employers offering teaching positions throughout the UK.  Jobs in teaching  are being advertised on EmptyLemon by local authorities, academy sponsors and specialist teaching providers.


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The number one Christmas job hunting tip

It’s Christmas eve, the presents are all wrapped, mince pies are in the oven and it is soon time for Father Christmas to pay a visit. But if you are out of work, the pressures can cause stress and potentially ruin your enjoyment of the festive period.


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What makes a good attitude to work?

For years, employers and internal recruiters have debated whether skills, qualifications or attitude are the most important thing to look for in an employee. Here are our top tips on how to avoid a bad attitude at work.


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How to get a job as a receptionist

Receptionists are often the first people you meet or speak to when you contact a company, but what else do they do other than meet and greet visitors?


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Our top 5 graduate schemes for 2016

Final year students, in amongst all the assignments and revision for January finals, the thought of finding a job for when you graduate seems a long way off. But now is a great time to secure your graduate scheme for 2016.


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