A cautionary tale of more haste less speed. Life is like a box of recruiters – too many at once will make you sick Picture the scene: it’s 6pm on a Friday and you’re about to log off, when suddenly you get a call to say a key member of the team has just resigned.
One thing Wenceslas forgot, going to a meeting, Was to check his travel app, right before his leaving. Brightly shone the queue that night, right around the corner, Squeezing onto the slow train, hotter than a sauna. Would he make it, or be late, there’s no way of telling, Who’s that standing on his foot,
Whether you are a fresh graduate entering the world of work for the first time or a seasoned director with years of experience behind you, starting a new job is always a big deal. With the spotlight firmly on you, the feeling of being out of one’s comfort zone and not knowing what to expect
On two occasions this January I have had conversations where candidates openly admitted to providing me with misleading accounts of their work experience. In one instance a candidate had left their most recent role off their CV. It was a contract role… They had not updated their CV with this experience, instead indicating that
I’m having a particular struggle at the moment with a client who I have worked with for many years, and who wants to reduce my rates by a very significant amount. Now don’t get me wrong, I like a good negotiation as much as the next man, and I’m always prepared to dance, but there
After 16 years of commuting into London I decided to take a step into the unknown and accept a new job that that offered a flexible working arrangement. As an experienced recruiter I’ve spent years negotiating flexible working arrangements for my candidates, but that had always been the odd day or two working from home.
The world of business is changing. Flexible hours, mobile capabilities, remote working, global conferencing, digital meetings, online seminars – sitting still is not the status quo anymore. For some companies, this more flexible approach is key to their very success – now anyone can compete in a global market, network with people across the world,
Working from home, Working from home, I’m working, I’m working from home. Working from home, Working from home, I’m working, I’m working from home. Agencies laughed me out the door, They’d seen it all before, They just know, they’re so sure That I’m gonna throw it away, career blown all away But at home I