Business

Hear how to get out of that dead-end job

Naomi McMullan

WHAT do you do if you're stuck in a job you hate?

You know the feeling . . . that awful creeping Sunday night dread that grabs you by the guts at the prospect of work on Monday morning. It's worse for some than others, but there is definitely a sizeable number of people that are stuck in jobs that they hate.

Sinead Brady from a Career to Love is a career coach. She hears from people every day who are desperate for advice about how to chose, change or transition in their work.

In today's Profit Margin she has ideas about how to reframe the way you look at your job, plan a strategy to start a new career and advice about free courses on-line that can help you up-skill.

Plus all the talk about Brexit has in some ways over-shadowed the upcoming change in corporation tax in Northern Ireland. Unsurprisingly SMEs hope to benefit as much from the low tax rate as large companies, but at one time it looked as if smaller firms which did sizeable work in Great Britain could miss out.

However, the rules have changed, and Jamie Delargy talks to Neville Crowe from business consultants EY about how the new regime will operate.

And with the corporation tax rate also coming down in the rest of GB, what other tools will need to be used to lure in fresh investment?

:: Catch up on these and other interviews in this week's Profit Margin at www.irishnews.com/profitmargin

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