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Sunday trading - give your laptop a day off!

Just a quick thought.

Like pretty much everyone else I spend increasing amounts of time hooked up to a computer, either laptop or smart phone.

Whilst it is impossible these days to run a business (or your life!) without a high degree of I.T. connectivity, it has a downside.

We humans were not designed to sit for hours on end squinting at a screen. Immobility leads to back ache, obesity and a general lack of wellbeing.

So I am trying to avoid any form of I.T. on Sundays. The laptop gets turned off and the BlackBerry gets ignored.

Re-adjustment - 4 years on from the Lehman Brothers crash.

I have had some interesting discussions this week with candidates and colleagues from around the industry.

One common theme has been how for many of us everything we had planned for, and worked towards, went suddenly and seemingly irrevocably pear-shaped in October 2008 with the banking crash, and the subsequent demise of Lehman Brothers.

Re-adjustment - 4 years on from the Lehman Brothers crash.

I have had some interesting discussions this week with candidates and colleagues from around the industry.

One common theme has been how for many of us everything we had planned for, and worked towards, went suddenly and seemingly irrevocably pear-shaped in October 2008 with the banking crash, and the subsequent demise of Lehman Brothers.

Re-adjustment - 4 years on from the Lehman Brothers crash.

I have had some interesting discussions this week with candidates and colleagues from around the industry.

One common theme has been how for many of us everything we had planned for, and worked towards, went suddenly and seemingly irrevocably pear-shaped in October 2008 with the banking crash, and the subsequent demise of Lehman Brothers.

Too busy to blog!

No blog for a few weeks as we have been very busy with vacancies!

With new clients in the very high end residential furniture market (£15,00 for a sofa anyone?) and the softwood timber products for construction markets; we are certainly expanding our horizons product-wise!

However contract flooring remains central to our business, and we have a steady flow of vacancies for sales people in these areas too.

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