Keeping your career on track

COVID-19 has fuelled an unprecedented upheaval of the Irish workforce, with job instability and unexpected hurdles to progression causing us all to rethink our long-term career goals.

Whether you feel you're taking a backward step, delaying your next career move, or you're looking to progress during this turbulent time, Robert Walters provides advice and guidance, with the help of industry experts, to stop your career from stalling.

During this challenging time, we can help you ensure your career reaches the heights it should.

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Navigating Change: Webinars and on demand content

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01-06-2019

How to Keep Your Career on Track - Q&A Video

Thank you for registering to watch the 'How to Keep Your Career on Track' on-demand webinar.
14-05-2020

Taking Control of Uncertainty

Jeremy Sturt, co-founder and director of just add water, shares how we can take control, rediscover and upskill ourselves during this period of crisis. Watch on demand.
28-05-2020

Job Seeking During COVID-19

Rob Bryson, Managing Director of Robert Walters Singapore, and Nicholas Hirayama, Senior Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn, advise on how to search for a job in times of crisis.
01-06-2020

How to Keep Your Career on Track

Our on demand webinar explores how to avoid COVID-related 'CV blips' and how to future-proof your employability with insights from the expert Robert Walters team. Sign up for first access.
13-07-2020

How to Keep Your Career on Track

Our on demand webinar explores how to avoid COVID-related 'CV blips' and how to future-proof your employability with insights from the expert Robert Walters team. Sign up for first access.

Your guide to working from home

The world has changed. In just a few short months, the global coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the ways that we live and work. While working from home is by no means a new concept, it’s one that we’ve all had to suddenly come to terms with.

How can you make the remote workplace work for you? We've devised the ultimate survival guide to help you adapt to working from home.

Download your copy of The Ultimate Guide to Working From Home

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Latest insights

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10 ways to stay motivated while job hunting

Whether you’re re-entering the jobs market, or your job hunting for the very first time, the process of looking for your dream job, applying for jobs and interviewing for jobs can be daunting for anyone, especially if you feel like you’re stuck in a rut. Keeping up a positive morale and staying optimistic all of the time can be difficult. So, in our Keeping Your Career on Track series, our recruitment specialists have outlined the top ten tips you can focus on to help stay motivated on the path to your dream job:

Finding a job from the comfort of your own home

Although you might be spending majority of your time at home, this doesn’t mean your job hunt must come to an end. As recruitment specialists, Robert Walters outlines a number of actions you can take to continue your job search right from the comfort of your own couch! Here’s our top tips to lead you on a successful journey to finding your ideal job:

Minding your mental health

Adapting to ‘the new normal’ has left many of us open to the effects of social distancing, on top of any financial pressures, health scares or employment uncertainty we may be feeling due to the crisis. As many businesses are set to continue remote working for the foreseeable future, it is important we identify these challenges and outline strategies to overcome them.

How to stay focused and productive in your home office

Working from home is still somewhat unusual for many in Ireland. You may be working at the dining table, the spare room, or the back garden, but regardless of your home set up, it’s important we position ourselves to work as efficiently as possible.

Preparing for video interviews

Some of you will already have experience with video interviewing software, while others may only be familiar with the more traditional face-to-face set up. One thing’s for certain though, videointerviewing is here to stay. So, now’s the time to embrace them! In fact, given the current climate,it’s more likely than ever that you’ll be asked to interview online. So, here’s a quick run-down to helpensure you’re putting your best foot forward when the time comes.

Top tips for working from home with kids

On the 12th of March 2020, The Irish government made the decision to close schools and universities to encourage social distancing in an effort to combat the spread of Covid-19.