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#Workinpublishing Week

The Publishers Association is hosting a #workinpublishing week commencing on Monday, 19th November, to give greater insight into all the career opportunities that are available within the whole industry. The week-long initiative will feature a fantastic selection of top tips, blogs, videos and Twitter Q&As. Our Careers Clinic will be active again from next week, […]

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New Research from bookcareers.com

We’ve been conducting research with clients and have discovered that if you work in book publishing, then it is highly likely that your publishing skills have transferred to your pet, in particular your cat or dog.   This theory is currently under trial at present, and our research enabled us to locate a small consultancy […]

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How to job search in book publishing

HOW TO JOB SEARCH IN BOOK PUBLISHING “An incredibly helpful day, full of useful information” Would you like to know EVERYTHING there is about job searching in book publishing? Whether you are established in your publishing career or just starting out, this day is aimed at you. Covering everything to do with job searching in […]

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Welcome to National Careers Week!

  Today marks the start of National Careers Week 2018.  National Careers Week is a celebration of careers guidance and for career resources to be promoted across the UK, particularly in schools and educational establishments.   As part of National Careers Week our activities will be:- Releasing over 60 FREE Careers Clinic appointments. Updating the Bookcareers website […]

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It’s time for your annual appraisal

It’s time for your annual appraisal.  Words that often come with fear and dread. A while back, one of the large consultancy firms, Accenture, reviewed their annual appraisal scheme and adopted different approach instead. It would start to give employees ongoing feedback. It believed that annual appraisals often demotivated staff rather than encourage them.   […]

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