Thursday February 27, 2020

Knowledge is power when it comes to starting a new job

All the questions you should be asking before beginning new employment, writes Danielle Ryan.

24th August, 2013
Pension schemes, health insurance and cultural considerations should all be weighed up as part of a job package. Photo: Getty

It's not easy to wade through the details, terms and conditions of overall employee benefits packages, and what looks good at first glance might not be what will serve your needs best in the long run.

If, after a long and tiring job search, you're lucky enough to be offered one or more positions and you're under time pressure to make a decision - make sure you've given due consideration to all aspects of the...

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