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Screening firm, Powerchex, on the information checks you and your company will be required to undergo - and how to prepare.
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Why the way you handle jumping from permie to contractor defines your whole experience of contracting.
The technical and administrative decisions you'll need to make, and why you need more than shiny shoes on your first day.
Not having truly transferable skills isn't stopping contractors trying to switch sector.
Veterans aren't the only IT contractors who should be ready to go direct.
The IT Coach sharpens your CV and offers guidance on agent-relationship building.
How to get your CV to the top of the agency's pile and other top tips.
By understanding how to fit your skills to your client's advertised needs, you CV can present you as the perfect solution.
In this two-part article, the IT Coach explores the drives that apparently get us out of bed in the morning.
The IT Coach looks at how to make contracting more enjoyable.
You will not maximise contract rates by smiling meekly and taking whatever the agent offers, but by negotiating for the best deal available.
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Almost all the Taylor Review gets accepted, to the approval of contractors’ supporters.
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Techie who tried to blame his dangerous driving on his victim’s mobile is behind bars.
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Woman who stole over £40,000 from the taxman has her sentence suspended.
The unattractive are a shoo-in for uninteresting work, at the expense of the good-looking.
Taxpayer-funded employment probe paid one employer about £50,000.
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Analyst reveals the major government IT programmes where cuts are almost inevitable.
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