Entering a recession with Covid-19 wreaking havoc on the economy, 9.6 m jobs still furloughed (as 16 Aug) and the furlough scheme about to be wound up by end Oct, we are thrown into a completely fresh start this Autumn … instead of a candidate short market, this is now a candidate rich market.
In the current climate, many employers may choose to interview using video conferencing software. This maybe for social distancing reasons is because it is simply more convenient for some positions or initial screening interviews.
Let’s start with the fundamentals here of what makes us happy. Statistics show us that there are many factors behind someone’s happiness in the work place and many drivers to push us on a daily basis to reach our happy place. It’s evident that in order for us to be truly happy in our job or career we must place ourselves in a role we not only love, but we respect. It’s vitally important to be fulfilling a role that ultimately rewards not only us, but our employers alike.
Beauty trends move fast. And thanks to social media networks like Instagram and Pinterest, they’ve never moved faster than right now. For 2019, brows are set to continue to be the defining facial feature. Skin, lips and eyes are all important, of course, but brows remain the focus.
Have you heard of the old phrase, ‘A man is only as good as his tools’? This is certainly one expression that professional makeup artists would agree with.
Great makeup brushes and tools are vital for achieving a professional makeup look. And while you might be investing in high-quality foundation, eyeshadow and lip colour, even the finest makeup products need the right tools to get the very best out of them.
There are many problems that a nail technician may encounter such as lifting, breaking or chipping of acrylic nails. The following information provides some useful tips and tricks that will help you to provide a high quality service, enabling your clients to get the most out of their treatments.
As one of the fastest rising industries, the field of medical aesthetics will continue to be subject to remarkable change and growth. There continues to be a rapid increase in the number of people who want aesthetic treatments in a range of procedures and treatments presently available on trend.
At some point in our careers, we encounter difficult clients that make us wonder 'have they come with all intentions of giving us a hard time or have they only had a bad day and need to vent their frustration?' At times it may even seem that they take perverse pleasure in making a therapist's working day a living hell ...