Prespect Hub Career Coaching

Prespect Hub Career Coaching


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Hi pRESEPCT group,

I've been speaking to a few recruitment agencies in Edinburgh and Glasgow (Hays, Pertemps, Office Angels) and want to share some quick tips I've learned:

1. Submitting your CV for positions is not enough - a recruiter told me they receive too many applications to look at each one.
2. After submitting your CV, you have to call the agency and speak with the recruiter to show interest in the position.
3. Apply to positions and call within 1-3 days of the posting. Even if the posting is still up, if it's > 5 days old it's probably filled by then.
4. The recruitment process typically looks like this: initial call with recruitment agency, if you're a good fit for the role, the recruiter will bring your CV to the client. If client likes your CV, then you'll do an interview with the client!
5. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions :)
Hi pRESPECT group!

I've been speaking to a few recruitment agencies (Hays, Pertemps, Office Angels) and want to share some quick tips I've learned:
1. Submitting your CV for positions is not enough - a recruiter told me they receive too many applications to look at each one.
2. After submitting your CV, you have to call the agency and speak with the recruiter to show interest in the position.
3. Apply to positions and call within 1-3 days of the posting. Even if the posting is still up, if it's > 5 days old it's probably filled by then.
4. The recruitment process typically looks like this: initial call with recruitment agency, if you're a good fit for the role, the recruiter will bring your CV to the client. If client likes your CV, then you'll do an interview with the client!
5. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions :)

We EMPOWER ethnic minorities, underrepresented and marginalised people, to realise their talents and Diversity is in pRESPECT’S DNA.

How we work with employers

pRESPECT aims to provide a wrap-around experience to empower job seekers and employers to meet in the middle. With our Paid Intern fund, we aim to work with proactive employers. pRESPECT’s work with FreeAgent showed that barriers could be removed with concerted action. But, to enable people to progress, leaders must also progressively diversify the workplace at all leve

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As we read the latest government action to ban "foreign students" from bringing their families to the UK while they study, let us remember that international students add significant value to our society. It is a shame that rather than sorting out the housing crisis caused by poor governmental decisions, the UK government chooses instead to blame and push away a group of people who do not take a penny away from our welfare yet invest heavily into it.

The latest report by UK universities reveals the growing importance of international students to the UK's economy. They contributed an incredible £41.9 billion in 2021/22, up from £31.3 billion in 2018/19. Even more, each of the 650 UK parliamentary constituencies is, on average, £58 million better off thanks to international students.

Our report, "Untapped Talent," highlights the value that could be added to Scotland if we start valuing international students and graduates ready to contribute further with their skills in your organisations.

Explore the full report here: "


"£41.9 Billion Contribution in 2021/22"

Did you know that the intake of international students in the 2021/22 academic year contributed a massive £41.9 billion to the UK economy? From Glasgow to London, Sheffield to Nottingham, and Newcastle, cities across the UK are reaping the benefits. 🎓🌏💷 Discover the full impact of international students in our latest report:"


🌟📣 Exciting Event Alert! Join us at the Social Innovation Fair on the 18th & 19th at GCU to explore groundbreaking projects and ideas worldwide! Connect with stakeholders, representatives, and other changemakers.

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📣 Attention pRESPECT HUB Community!

We have an important update to share with you all. Sadly, our hub at 525 won't be reopening due to unforeseen circumstances with the property management organisation. But don't worry; we're still here for you! 💪

🌐 We're moving all our support services ONLINE for now, and our team is working hard to ensure a seamless transition. So you can expect virtual consultations, workshops, and more!

🔍 Rest assured, we're actively searching for a new venue, and we can't wait to welcome you to our new home soon!

📧 Have any questions, concerns, or suggestions? Don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or contact your career advisor directly.

Thank you for your unwavering support! We know that we'll come out of this stronger than ever! 💙

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According to the Economy, People and Skills report from Skills Development Scotland, Scotland's recruitment activity is reducing. The latest figures suggest that this slowdown has started to take effect on the employment landscape in Scotland, with job postings and private sector employment both dropping in December 2022.

The demand for workers in Scotland continues to be dominated by communication, management, customer service and administration. More specialised skills in finance, auditing and accounting are also highly sought-after.


“One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” - Arthur Ashe

These words are incredibly insightful, as they highlight the importance of preparation in building self-confidence and achieving success.

When you are well-prepared for a task or challenge, you are more likely to feel confident in your abilities to tackle it. Preparation can take many forms, such as researching the job you are interviewing for, practising your responses to common interview questions, or even taking courses to improve your skills. By putting in the effort to prepare, you are investing in yourself and your own potential for success.


Happy International Women's Day. Let's take a moment to recognise the incredible achievements of women worldwide and commit to doing our part in advancing gender equity. One way to do this is by continuing to educate ourselves on women's issues and seeking diverse perspectives. Let's all take action to create a more inclusive and equitable world for all. every day.

We wish to take all the incredible women that have empowered, enabled and elevated prespect and its community over the years. We couldn’t have done it without you. Shout out to the prespect team, Jovita and Emily.


“Rather than an official unemployment rate of 3.7%, the lowest level since the mid-1970s, the report said the figure could be as high as 12.1% when including three million economically inactive people who could work if they had enough support.” the guardian reported.

A study by the Centre for Cities found that more than 3 million people who are at working-age report themselves as economically inactive in government labour force surveys.
People who are neither in work nor looking for employment because of circumstances outside of their control are not included. Reasons people are not in work include looking after their families, sickness, disability, etc.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that among 1.1 million 25 to 49 year-olds, 1 million are women who don't work because of caring responsibilities. 44% of them who are mothers and not in work said they would rather be employed but are unable to find affordable, convenient and reliable childcare.

Childcare costs can be a significant barrier for parents who want to enter or re-enter the labour market. According to charity Coram Family and Childcare, the average monthly cost of full-time care for an under three year-old is £896 in a nursery and £1022 with a childminder – more than what most people pay for rent or their mortgage.

Nurseries will increase their fees by £1,000 this year for children under 3 in full-time care. A survey by the Early Years Alliance found 51% of nurseries operated at loss and 5,400 nurseries and childminders have been forced to close.

There is an increasing number of children cutting back hours or waiting to come in when they reach the eligible age for free childcare. Most nurseries are struggling because the rising cost of living and the money they get doesn’t cover the cost.

Since August 2021, all three and four year-olds in Scotland are entitled to 1140 hours of free childcare a year. The funding can be used in many private and public nurseries as well as to employ some childminders. Despite these measures, many parents still find it difficult to access affordable and high-quality childcare, which can limit their ability to work or progress in their careers. What parents need is more support at an earlier stage. According to the survey of 1,000 parents of children under 4 done by National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA), 70% said they would work more if childcare were available for free.

The policy makes it difficult for some mothers to justify returning to work if their earnings will only cover the cost of childcare. As a result, there is ongoing debate about the need for further support and investment in childcare services in the UK.


People across the UK will see a council tax increase in April. A 3% increase for those who are in Band C & D, 5% in Band E while Band A & B will remain the same.

If you need support on paying your council tax bills or check if you’re eligible for a council tax discount, go to>>

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Last month, a change to Universal Credit applied that impacts those who are claiming the benefit. To encourage people into better paid work, the UK government proposed a new programme where claimants are required to meet daily with their work coaches for two weeks. The programme is currently conducted in four areas of the country to test the effectiveness of the system and identify any issues that need to be addressed before it is fully implemented.

According to the latest news, the government is now setting up a job centre league table which is part of the government’s reform that staff who get the most people into work, will be rewarded bonuses. Staff at the top performing job centres each month will receive £250. The next best performing staff will get £125 each.

The change of rules make it compulsory for Universal Credit claimants who have been on the benefit for 13 weeks, to visit a job centre every weekday for a fortnight for "intensive support". Failure to attend could lead to sanctions. "Evidence shows that the longer a person is out of work the harder it is for them to return, and it is at this 13-week point that a claimant’s likelihood of securing employment begins to decrease." The Work and Pensions secretary said.

Since January 30, the threshold of the Universal Credit has been raised to 15 hours on National Living Wage, making it £617 for single people and £988 for couples. People earning below this threshold will be placed in an intensive work search group.

While everything is expected to become more expensive after April, most benefits and state pensions are set to increase by 10.1%. These changes will help people to meet the rising living costs and energy bills.

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Happy New Month everyone! We can't believe it's March already.

There are several special things happening in March, here are the dates you may want to save in your calendar:

☘️March 20th is the First Day of Spring: March marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. It's a time when the weather starts getting warmer, and plants begin to bloom.

☘️International Women's Day: March 8th is celebrated as International Women's Day around the world, which celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.

☘️Daylight Saving Time: In many parts of the world, Daylight Saving Time begins in March. This means that the clocks are moved forward by one hour, resulting in longer daylight hours.

Overall, March is a month that is associated with new beginnings, cultural celebrations, and seasonal changes.

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Here are some tips on how to avoid job scam

1.Research the company.
2.Be cautious when it comes to requests involving technology.
3.Don't pay for job applications or training:
4.Don't provide personal information
5.Be cautious of job offers that sound too good to be true.

To avoid falling victim to a job scam, it's important to do your due diligence when applying for jobs. Always research the company and the job opportunity thoroughly, and never send money or personal information to a potential employer without verifying their legitimacy. Additionally, be wary of any job opportunity that seems too good to be true, and always trust your instincts if something feels off or suspicious.


Households are expected to receive a discount of £66 in October and November 2022 respectively. From December 2022 to March 2023, customers are expected to receive £67 every month. To ensure you have received all your energy discount/vouchers correctly, households should check and ensure they have received the following:

£66 discount for October 2022.
£66 discount for November 2022.
£67 discount for December 2022.
£67 discount for January 2023.
£67 discount for February 2023.

Any customer who thinks they have not received any of the above discount(s) till date should contact their electricity suppliers.


Glasgow Evening Times reported Edinburgh and Glasgow are both seeing low redemption rates of vouchers.

“It comes as more than 140,500 vouchers were issued in Glasgow city centre under the government’s energy bill support scheme between October and December 2022. However only 87,630 were redeemed by the end of last year, meaning 54,880 Glaswegians could miss out on vital support.”

For those on traditional prepayment metres and in receipt of discount vouchers, please be mindful of the deadline for using each voucher and redeem it before the deadline.
The prepayment vouchers are only valid for ‼️90 days meaning December’s vouchers must be claimed by March 8.

To make sure you do not miss out, it is important to check unopened mail and junk email, in case the vouchers have been missed.

If you haven’t received your vouchers, you should immediately get in touch with your energy supplier or Advice Direct Scotland’s expert advisers.

If there are any difficulties getting through to suppliers or resolving issues,
or call 0808 196 8660 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm)

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It's important to find a job that aligns with your values, interests, and career goals to ensure job satisfaction and long-term success. But how can you tell if you are a great match for the role?

Follow these simple steps to figure out:

1.Review the job description: Thoroughly review the job description to identify the skills, qualifications, and experience required for the role.

2.Identify your strengths: Consider your strengths and experience to determine how they align with the requirements of the job. Think about specific examples from your work experience or education that demonstrate your ability to excel in the job.

3.Tailor your resume and cover letter: Tailor your resume and cover letter to highlight your relevant experience and qualifications. Use keywords from the job description to showcase your experience and match the requirements of the role.

4.Research the company: Conduct research on the company, including their values, culture, and mission. Use this information to demonstrate how your values and work style align with the company's culture.

If you want to learn more about job applications and how to prepare for interviews,

join us tomorrow at our Career Accelerator Course **Decoding the job**, you will learn how to analyse the job requirements and tailor the job applications for interviews.

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International Mother Language Day is a worldwide observance held on February 21st of each year. The day is meant to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and to raise awareness of the importance of preserving and protecting languages. It serves as an occasion to celebrate the diversity of languages and cultures around the world, and to recognize the importance of multilingualism for sustainable development, intercultural understanding, and social cohesion.⁠

This year, International Mother Language Day will focus on the theme ✨ ‘multilingual education - a necessity to transform education’.⁠

Multilingualism reflects the diversity of cultures and communities around the world. When people are able to preserve and share their languages and cultural traditions, it can promote cultural diversity and acceptance. This can help to create a more inclusive society where people from all backgrounds feel valued and respected.⁠


For those who are looking for a new career and don’t know what career path to choose 👉🏾LinkedIn Career Explorer tool

The LinkedIn Career Explorer tool is a feature that helps individuals explore potential career paths and job opportunities based on their current skills and experience. It allows users to input their current job title and select from a list of skills and interests, and then provides personalised recommendations for jobs that match their skills and experience.

The tool uses LinkedIn's data on millions of job postings and career paths to identify potential career paths and job opportunities. It also provides information on the skills and experience that are commonly required for each job, as well as insights into the demand for these jobs in the current job market.

In addition to providing job recommendations, the Career Explorer tool also allows users to explore different career paths and industries, and provides information on the salary ranges and job growth potential for each.

💁🏾Check out the tool via :


Today is Random Act of Kindness Day Random Acts of Kindness Foundation. It is an unofficial observance held on February 17th each year, where people are encouraged to perform acts of kindness for others without expecting anything in return. The day aims to promote kindness and compassion towards others, and to create a more caring and supportive world.⁠

Random Act of Kindness Day is a reminder that even small acts of kindness can have a big impact on people's lives. It is an opportunity to spread love and positivity, and to make the world a better place, one small act of kindness at a time.⁠

Here are some kindness ideas: (selected from⁠

✨Be a good listener⁠
✨Acknowledge someone who deserve praises⁠
✨Teach kids kindness⁠
✨Pick up trash⁠
✨Cook a meal for someone going through a tough time⁠
✨Send someone a positive quote⁠

By performing these acts of kindness, we can make a positive impact on the world and create a ripple effect of kindness that can inspire others to do the same.⁠



According to LinkedIn's future talent report 2021, 79% of companies are now looking for skills while 21% are still looking for experience and education when hiring. More and more recruiters use skills as a primary way to search for potential candidates on LinkedIn.

Their recent data shows that skill sets for jobs have changed by around 25% since 2015. By 2027, this number is expected to double. Due to the pandemic, the great reshuffles and ever-changing technological landscape, both employers and employees need to be more adaptive in the new world of work.

Technological advancements and other economic and market changes are creating new types of jobs that require specific skills, and employers are finding it more difficult to find candidates who possess these skills. Additionally, remote work and other changes to work arrangements have created new opportunities for workers to acquire skills through online courses and other forms of training. As a result, job seekers need to focus on developing and highlighting their skills to remain competitive in the job market, and employers need to find new ways of assessing and identifying the skills and competencies of potential candidates.

In order to meet the demands of a new way of hiring, LinkedIn Recruiter tool was created to address the challenge that recruiters face in identifying and reaching out to top talent to search for potential candidates based on their skills. By focusing on skills, recruiters can quickly identify professionals who possess the necessary qualifications and competencies for a given role, and can reach out to them directly with job opportunities.

As industries become more technology-driven and digital-focused, we are shifting into a skills-first labour market. Employers are increasingly prioritising the skills, competencies, and experiences of job candidates over more traditional factors such as job titles, educational degrees, or years of experience.

This means that job seekers need to stay up-to-date with these changes, focus on highlighting their skills and abilities, and demonstrating their ability to apply these skills to real-world situations.

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Follow the 5 simple steps to get a professional profile picture on LinkedIn

1.Use a headshot where your face is clearly visible. (Avoid using photos where you are in a group or far away from the camera.)

2.If you want a nice clean background, go to the free online tool to download your photo in HD version.

3.Create a free account on Create a custom design with 1600 x 1600 pixels.
Drag and drop the image on the page.

4.Adjust the brightness, contrast and saturation of image


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👉🏾According to LinkedIn, people with All-Star profiles are 40x more likely to be found in recruiter searches. 👈🏾

To achieve an "All-Star"⭐️profile on LinkedIn, which is the highest level of profile completeness, follow the 5 easy steps below:

1️⃣Add a professional profile photo, banner and cover photo: Use a high-quality photo that presents you in a professional and approachable way.

2️⃣Write a compelling headline: The headline is often one of the first things people see when viewing a LinkedIn profile. It should be short and to the point. Be specific about your role, such as "Marketing Manager" or "Financial Analyst."

3️⃣Include relevant keywords in the “About” section. Copy & paste the job descriptions from the job posts you’re interested in and use Word Cloud to generate keywords.

4️⃣List your skills: Add at least five relevant skills to your profile, and ask your connections to endorse you for these skills.

5️⃣Use a custom LinkedIn URL. By using a custom URL that includes your name or a relevant keyword, you can help people find you more easily. It can also improve your search engine optimization (SEO).

Once you have completed all of these steps, LinkedIn will verify that your profile is 100% complete and label it as an "All-Star" profile.

✨If you want to learn more about LinkedIn, CV & Cover letter writing, join us on our 👉🏾8 Week Career Accelerator Course👈🏾 next Tuesday, 11am (Feb 21) and learn how to optimise your LinkedIn profile to complement your CV!

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Unlocking Your Career Clarity: The Importance of Mapping and Self-Awareness with a Job Coach 14/02/2023

Unlocking Your Career Clarity: The Importance of Mapping and Self-Awareness with a Job Coach
📣New Video premiering soon: ✨Unlocking Your Career Clarity: The Importance of Mapping and Self-Awareness with a Job Coach✨
In today's fast-paced job market, navigating your career path and finding a fulfilling job that matches your strengths and interests can be challenging. That's why career clarity mapping and developing self-awareness are crucial to career success. Working with a job coach can help you identify your career goals and map out a clear path to achieve them.

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According to the Hays Salary & Recruiting Trends 2023 guide, 93% of employers in the UK are facing the skills shortage and 72% of them would be willing to hire someone without all the necessary skills. If you’re currently looking for a job or planning to advance your career, it’s important to check out which skills and areas of expertise are in high demand.

➡️Electrical Engineer
➡️Cyber Security Manager
➡️Clinical Operations Manager
➡️Qualified Social Worker
➡️Data Analyst
➡️Digital Marketing Analyst
➡️Energy/Sustainability Manager
➡️Automation Engineer
➡️Part-qualified/Newly-qualified Accountant
➡️Quantity Surveyor

These are just some of the high demand jobs to consider. Don’t worry if your role isn’t on the list. It's still possible for you to have a successful and fulfilling career in your field, regardless of its current demand. You can continue to develop your skills and expand your knowledge to remain competitive, and look for opportunities to advance within your company or consider switching to a related field that may have higher demand.

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pRESPECT | Ignite Ambition…

Proactive personal career coaching using creativity and play whilst supporting employers to diversify their workforce.

pRESPECT aims to empower black and ethnic minority people to move into meaningful jobs by providing intensive personal career development courses including group workshops, one to one coaching, proactive employment preparations, employer engagement, and networking events.

Confidence is increased when a person is valued, provided with equal access and given opportunities to work with guidance to progress to long term career choices.

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