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21 April 2020

Five things you need to start working from home

(From ) IT equipment You’ll probably need a computer or laptop with access to your organisation’s internal network to work from home. Without access to your organisation’s network, you may not be able to view everything that you need to. This may be provided by your employer, or you may be able to access the network from your own device. Tip 1: Depending on your role, you may need a second screen so that you can easily view several documents or pages at the same time. If you don’t have a second computer monitor at home, ask your employer if they can provide one. If not, you could...
02 December 2015

Commission proposes to make products and services more accessible to the disabled persons

The European Commission today proposed a European Accessibility Act, which will set common accessibility requirements for certain key products and services that will help people with disabilities at EU level to participate fully in society.
17 April 2015

Get your skills and personality across in long-distance interviews

(From ) Skype, Google Hangouts or Netop Live Guide – more and more these online communication channels are becoming a place for job seekers to convince employers that they are the perfect fit for the vacancy. Phone interviews are also growing ever more popular. More powerful computers, better internet connections, and more job hunting abroad make phone and Skype interviews a logical step. They are an inexpensive way to screen candidates in the initial stages of a recruitment campaign. ‘However, while in some sectors it's common way of communicating, sometimes for many jobseekers...