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We’re getting engaged! – The place of employee engagement

We’re getting engaged! – The place of employee engagement.

There are jobs where you can turn up to work and, as long as you do what is needed, you take home a wage, and everyone is happy. There is nothing wrong with this. Your working life is about you and what you want to do with your career. However, when you work in the recruitment arena, for example, you tend to live and breathe it. Success in this job requires that sort of approach. I work this way, other people work differently, and that is how it is supposed to be.

The more things change, the more they stay the same – Is automation the future of construction?

The more things change, the more they stay the same – Is automation the future of construction?

Have you noticed how ubiquitous the phrase ‘as important an advance as the internet’ has become? It seems that every other week now we see some innovation or other that is expected to change the face of one industry or another. In fairness though, some things really are quite a huge change in the way a particular industry will operate. However, we are the last people you will find worrying about change here at Beaumont Wood because there are few industries that move faster than the building products and interiors sector.

Planting Roots – Biophilic design for life

There is a lot to be said for getting back to nature. We all certainly appear to benefit from it, and a good walk in the woods or a picnic out in the fields seems to have a unique recharging effect on almost all of us. We seem to have a very real connection with nature, and whether it is the desire to tramp the wild places, or something a simple as a London roof garden, as humans we strive to access the natural world.

 

Recruitment agency criticised for its specification of bra size in job advert!

Recruitment discrimination, Matching Models

Big breaks may not be big – ‘Seize the day’ may mean using small steps

Big breaks may not be big – ‘Seize the day’ may mean using small steps

There is a lot of actually rather interesting discussion around at the moment on the subject of different people’s big break. As I write this, LinkedIn has been focusing on it for a couple of weeks and, yes, in all honesty, I have quite enjoyed it.

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