Yes, something happened, but it’s business as usual
8 Aug 2016
We are now some weeks after a pretty big thing happened in UK politics. This, by the way, is not an article about that. I don’t know about you, but I am pretty much suffering from “B-word” fatigue now. This article is about something more day to day than huge political disruptions; it is about how we react to them.
Sometimes, and I suppose this is true if you run a business of any kind, when you analyse the in-house data you get an interesting result. In this case, it is also frankly a little worrying in the wider context.
Generation gap or bridge – how a mix of ages can create a stronger team
24 May 2016
There is little doubt that many of us will be working until later in life than we probably expected and that the retirement age is likely to get even higher in coming years. What this means is that we have a workforce that spans a wider age range than ever before and that means we need to accept and adapt to this. Every employer hopes that their team will act in tandem and so strives to create a cohesive and combined approach in the workforce. How to do this across what could easily be three generations, presents an interesting challenge.
The ideal may not be ideal any more – Employing in a candidate driven market
21 Apr 2016
There is nothing wrong with wanting the very best. In fact, we expect and indeed want our clients and candidates to feel the same way. When you come to us, from either side of the recruitment process, you have a right to demand that we place the right person in the right position.