Trustpilot is annoying to say the least, if you get negative reviews, even if they are unfair, you have almost no hope of having them removed. Trustpilot do not care about evidence, they don't care if the customer is being unreasonable or if they were threatening or abusive towards your staff.
So, I've been handling recruitment for my company for just over a year now and here are my top tips for landing that dream job. The best way to make a good first impression is to have a brilliant CV; it is your first opportunity to show potential employers who you are.
Let me start by saying this: I lost my father to suicide in 2014. We hadn’t spoken in just over a year when he took his life. I realise now that this may have been partly because of the mental illness he tried hiding from everyone.
The panic begins to set in. You've just lost your job and the only means of income you have. You have bills to pay and you can already feel yourself drowning in them. What are you going to do?
You started your diet on Monday, after putting it off a few weeks. For the first day it’s fine, you eat your salad, you go to the gym, perfect.
Sin City is a dream holiday for those of us in the UK. We see it in films like The Hangover and our curiosity is peaked. Is it every bit as amazing as they say? Are the lights really as bright?