How to work: Looking to change jobs? Christmas is a good time to get a headstart

Use this quieter time to plan ahead and to tap into your network when people are feeling more relaxed and open

20th December, 2020
How to work: Looking to change jobs? Christmas is a good time to get a headstart
The week between Christmas and New Year can be a surprisingly good time to call an office and get past the gatekeepers to talk to the person you want to connect with

I received an email from a client recently saying that she wanted to put her “brain to sleep” over Christmas. A lot of us feel like doing the same this year. The events of the past nine months have been draining for many.

While a hard-earned break is certainly in order, spending some time over the holidays thinking ahead to fresh opportunities could be just as energising.

December can be a really opportune...

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