Adapting to the New World of Work Under COVID19- #JobAdviceSA 25/01

Adapting to the New World of Work Under COVID19- #JobAdviceSA 25/01

On the next #JobAdviceSA chat our new Co-Host @EnnieChipembere has chosen to discuss how employers and jobseekers have been affected by COVID19 and how they will have to adapt to the new world of work that it has contributed to....
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Preparing for 2021 – Job Search in a New Context #JobAdviceSA Chat 18/01

Preparing for 2021 – Job Search in a New Context #JobAdviceSA Chat 18/01

The Covid-19 Pandemic, national lockdown and resulting acceleration in the adoption of remote working has changed the nature of work and job search irrevocably. Therefore it is essential to prepare yourself to search for jobs in this new context. To...
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Introducing our New Co-Host – @EnnieChipembere #CoachEnnie #JobAdviceSA

Introducing our New Co-Host – @EnnieChipembere #CoachEnnie #JobAdviceSA

Happy New Year to all of you in the #JobAdviceSA community! We are delighted to announce that we are welcoming a new Co-Host to #JobAdviceSA chat in 2021 –  our regular guest expert @EnnieChipembere Ennie has been an incredibly valuable...
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How To Work With Recruiters To Improve Your Chances of Getting a Job #JobAdviceSA 24/08

How To Work With Recruiters To Improve Your Chances of Getting a Job #JobAdviceSA 24/08

When you are job seeking you will normally come into contact with a recruiter rather than the employer themselves. These can be in-house recruiters or human resources staff who are responsible for recruitment, but the majority of job adverts are...
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How Women Can Overcome Employment and Job Search Challenges #JobAdviceSA 17/08 #WomensMonth

How Women Can Overcome Employment and Job Search Challenges #JobAdviceSA 17/08 #WomensMonth

In a special #WomensMonth edition of #JobAdviceSA chat we are fortunate to be joined by online Career Coach Ennie Chipembere (@EnnieChipembere), who is Head of Program Quality, M&E, Learning and Knowledge for Action Aid and was International Women’s...
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How to Prepare for an Interview #JobAdviceSA 06/07

How to Prepare for an Interview #JobAdviceSA 06/07

We all know that feeling… your phone starts ringing and your heart starts beating faster. You hesitate to answer as you’re not sure whether it will be good or bad news… You pluck up the courage just before the call...
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#ShiftGears on Youth Unemployment with @YouthCapitalSA #JobAdviceSA 15/06

#ShiftGears on Youth Unemployment with @YouthCapitalSA #JobAdviceSA 15/06

In the third of our series of chats during #YouthMonth, and in the week in which South Africa celebrates #YouthDay, we are very excited to welcome a special guest host to #JobAdviceSA chat. Youth Capital is a youth-led campaign with...
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Looking for Work as the Lockdown is Lifted #JobAdviceSA 01/06 #YouthMonth

Looking for Work as the Lockdown is Lifted #JobAdviceSA 01/06 #YouthMonth

Youth Month is celebrated in South Africa in June every year, with the highlight being Youth Day on 16th June. Youth Day commemorates the Soweto Uprising of 1976 by young South Africans of colour that became the turning point in...
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Researching Trends in Careers and Work – #JobAdviceSA 25/05

Researching Trends in Careers and Work – #JobAdviceSA 25/05

On this week’s #JobAdviceSA chat our regular expert contributor, Career Coach @EnnieChipembere, will be introducing us to Trends Research and explaining how it can help you in planning your career. Here are the questions that she and the #JobAdviceSA com...
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How to Prepare for a Video Interview – #JobAdviceSA 06/04

How to Prepare for a Video Interview – #JobAdviceSA 06/04

Since the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus Covid-19, and following the start of the 21-day National Lockdown imposed by the Government, many companies have put recruitment on hold for all their open positions. However, as we discussed in our last...
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