Working life

Long Awaited Office Refit at Atlantic Resource

By |2019-09-12T15:17:21+00:00September 12th, 2019|Job interview, News, Recruitment, Working life|

Atlantic Resource are proud to unveil the long awaited office refit in the city center of Cardiff. Three new consultants added over the last 6 weeks will help drive the business in 2019 and well into 2020. We are always happy to hear from both candidates and clients looking for their new roles or new

Atlantic Resource are delighted to announce Tenovus Cancer Care as our charity partner for 2019.

By |2019-04-08T15:37:18+00:00April 8th, 2019|News, Working life|

Thanks for choosing us 2019 Atlantic Resource are delighted to announce Tenovus Cancer Care as our charity partner for 2019. Tenovus Cancer Care’s vision is a future where fewer people get cancer, and those that do have equal access to the best treatment and support. The charity brings treatment, emotional support and practical advice to

Workingmums 2017 Survey Results Press Release

By |2017-09-28T14:07:17+00:00September 28th, 2017|Working life|

Survey 2017 Press Release Flexible working affects mums’ ability to progress their career Nearly half of working mums think working flexibly has affected their ability to progress their career, although almost three quarters identify flexible work as crucial to getting more women into senior roles, according to Workingmums.co.uk annual survey.   The survey of over

Workplace Discipline – are rules made to be broken?

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00April 6th, 2016|Management, Politics, Working life|

Can alleged corruption at the highest level of society, as revealed this week by the ‘Panama Papers’, teach us anything about workplace discipline and core professional rules and values?Workplace discipline can be difficult to manage. In large organisations comprised of multiple teams, discipline is a necessity. That's both in terms of simply getting the work

What do you REALLY want in a new job?

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00March 31st, 2016|Recruitment, Working life|

"Want New Job." On a bad day, anyone might grumpily grunt these words. Whether it's a fleeting thought borne of frustration or a genuine resolution and need for change, that's the real question.You might occasionally browse job listings in a casual way, hoping for something that really grabs you.  But do you ever take a step back

2016 Budget jobs and you

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00March 17th, 2016|Politics, Recruitment, Working life|

Does it mean anything for me? In the aftermath of a UK government Budget announcement, everyone rushes to pick over the details and find out the implications. And there’s usually a lot to chew over. Much is open to interpretation and argument, but here’s the Atlantic Resource attempt to shine some light.So what did the

Doing redundancy well – an impossible job?

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00March 10th, 2016|Recruitment, Working life|

Redundancy is an unpleasant business, but unfortunately it can be necessary. It’s also often a simple solution to difficult financial problems. Cut the workforce, cut costs.But there are many different ways of carrying out redundancies. Whether it’s simply a matter of getting rid of one bad egg, or if you’re handling the livelihood of hundreds

Workaholic Tips – 3 Vital Ways To Tune Out

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00March 1st, 2016|Healthcare, Management, Working life|

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” This proverb essentially means that without time off from work, you get boring. And possibly bored.More than this, workaholic types can become numbed and desensitised to the world around them outside work, potentially costing them their health and their relationships: things highly prized by most

Gender pay gap league tables – too little, too late?

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00February 17th, 2016|Management, Recruitment, Working life|

Businesses failing to address gender pay differences will be shown in new league tables. But not for some time.“Firms forced to reveal gender pay gap.” This BBC News headline, along with others, suggests a refreshing hardness, significance and urgency from the government on the subject of the gender pay gap. Read the detail and it

Recruiters need to fix broken recruitment processes

By |2017-08-08T21:05:50+00:00February 10th, 2016|Education, Management, Recruitment, Working life|

Broken recruitment processes are being blamed for leaving young people with low self-esteem and a negative impression of their chosen industries.This is according to a joint report from Business in the Community (BITC) and City and Guilds Group.Whose fault is that? You might take a hard line and suggest they should toughen up. The world