Christmas is right around the corner, and that means you probably have some annual leave coming up! Make sure to step away from work completely, it will help you return refreshed and motivated. Not sure how? Don’t worry, we have a few tips and tricks up our sleeve. Carry on reading to find […]
We understand that interviews can be nerve-racking, but with the right preparation you’ll be sure to make a lasting impression. To help you out, we decided to ask some of our recruitment specialists for their top tips. Be in the know Once your interview date is confirmed, it’s time to get researching! Get to […]
LinkedIn currently has over 34 million users in the UK alone and therefore is an invaluable tool for professionals looking to build a network, gain career advice or find a new job. However, there are certain tips and tricks that can help your profile stand out. Carry on reading to discover how to get the […]
So, you’ve got an interview coming up for a new social work role and want to gauge the quality of management? Having a caring, supportive, and motivating manager is key to enjoying your job role. It is said that people leave managers not jobs so it’s important you know that your new manager will be […]
67% of social workers who responded to Community Care’s survey said they often miss their lunch breaks. While this happens to everyone now and again, it should not be a regular occurrence, even in a high-pressure, high-workload role such as social care.
Feedback is crucial to social work practice; it promotes personal and professional growth by helping you identify what aspects of your practice you need to work on. Keep reading to see more reasons why feedback is important, how to ask for it, who to ask for it and what to do after receiving it.
We’ve placed you into your perfect locum social work role and now you need to choose an umbrella provider. The amount of Umbrella companies available can make looking for one that is right for you very confusing. Umbrella providers also can have a number of negative press around them, which does not make the process […]
We need to challenge racism together by having uncomfortable conversations about race and educating ourselves, this means ‘challenging our own fears, beliefs and biases to enhance our own social work practice, when working with communities, cultures, customs and religions different from our own’ – Millie Kerr. (Click here for source)
If you are not aware, social workers have one week left to re-register with Social Work England! The deadline is 30th November 2021 and SWE urges social workers not to leave this to last minute, so make sure everything you need to do is complete or you may risk being removed from the register.