Book Stores Grimsby

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The Works Bookstore
+44 (0) 1472 349616
Frederick Ward Way
Grimsby
Wilmot's
+44 (0) 7958 434656
166 Freeman Street
Grimsby
Publishers Book Clearance
+44 (0) 1472 250592
Baxtergate
Grimsby
WHSmith
+44 (0) 1507 611256
24 Market Place
Louth
WHSmith
+44 (0) 1482 581500
25-26 Whitefriargate
Hull
WHSmith
+44 (0) 1472 358664
Friargate
Grimsby
Waterstone's
+44 (0) 1472 353212
Freshney Place
Grimsby
Chapter Five Book Shop
+44 (0) 1472 357948
193 Freeman Street
Grimsby
The Works Bookstore
+44 (0) 1482 213792
13-14 Whitefriargate
Hull
Waterstone's
+44 (0) 1482 580234
Jameson Street
Hull
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Here are some books which we would recommend.

Don't forget about your local library which has a wide selection of self-help books which are available free for you to borrow.

Redundancy

Gives readers advice on how to survive the first few weeks of redundancy. It explains how to redefine one's work motivations, how to create a professional job search strategy and network one's skills and how to approach self-employment.
Outplacement expert Till demonstrates that redundancy can in fact be a great opportunity. It can be a launching pad for redirection and future success that exceeds anything previously achieved. This book shows how to deal with the blow and trauma of redundancy; and how to create change and claim personal empowerment.

This book offers comprehensive, practical advice and guidance on redundancy. It adopts a creative and positive approach to what can be a very traumatic experience. A series of case studies is included, providing examples of individuals who have transformed redundancy into a positive experience.
Change can be a blessing or a curse, depending on your perspective. The message of Who Moved My Cheese? is that all can come to see it as a blessing, if they understand the nature of cheese and the role it plays in their lives.


The New Life Network Handbook is a complete roadmap from redundancy to a new life. The most up-to-date and comprehensive resource on the market today. Meticulously researched, it contains practical help on everything from coping with the financial and emotional hardships of redundancy to how to set up your own business or get that dream job.

Finding a job

For three decades Richard Nelson Bolles's annually updated and revised Parachute has been advising people that the best way to find a job or make a career change isn't to answer a job ad and/or send in a CV. That way, the statistical odds are heavily stacked against success. Instead he advocates a creative three-pronged approach.
How To Get A Job You'll Love takes a unique and creative look at career planning. It’s written particularly to help those people who have a strong sense that they want to do something purposeful in life, but don’t know what. The book helps you to discover what really interests you in life, your hidden skills and your career "hot buttons"

CV's and Interviews

A concise, practical book that aims to guide you through the essentials of writing a CV that should work for you. Discover how to present your experience, emphasize your strengths and highlight your skills.
How do you get your CV to the top of the pile? When you apply for a job, your CV is compared to hundreds of others. You've only got the time it takes the recruiter to scan the pages to show how brilliant you are. How do you impress them when you don't know what employers are actually looking for? This book tells you what they want to read - and how to write it.

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