South China Morning Post – Article 7 – Probation Periods

For our most recent South China Morning Post advice column we gave readers some pointers on how best to handle the probation period once they had started a new position.

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SCMP Article 7 – Probation Periods

South China Morning Post – Article 6 – Handling Notice Periods

Our sixth article for the South China Morning Post gives readers advice on how to handle the awkward time between serving notice and starting a new job.

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SCMP Article 6 – Notice Periods

South China Morning Post – Article 5 – Post Offer Pointers

Our fifth article for the South China Morning Post covered advice for how to handle jobs offers.

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SCMP Article 5 – Post Offer Pointers

South China Morning Post – Article 4 – Get A Good Pay Day

We are continuing to provide career advice in articles for the South China Morning Post each week – our 4th article covered how to handle the tricky art of negotiating a salary.

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SCMP Article 4 – Get A Good Pay Day

South China Morning Post – Article 3 – Interview Follow Up

Our third South China Morning Post career article looks at how best to follow up following an interview. Article 4 will be published tomorrow (Saturday) so remember to grab your copy!

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SCMP Article 3 – Interview Follow Up

South China Morning Post – Article 2 – The Interview Day

Our second career advice article was published in last Saturday’s South China Morning Post – this article looks at the Interview Day itself and some tips on how to make things go smoothly.

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The Interview Day

Opinion Poll: May 2013

*Thanks for all your votes! This poll is now closed! Results below.*

This month is a quick and easy poll asking how many of our followers/readers are happy in their current job. Don’t worry, all votes are totally anonymous and we will be interested to see the results at the end of the month!