Applying for a job? Check out these top CV tips!

Recruiters (yes, myself included) have a tendency to over-saturate the market with CV tips. Yes, we all write about it but seldom realise how bloody difficult it is from a candidate point of view to actually write one! I have vowed obsequiously, since taking on the mantle of a recruitment consultancy to just that, consult

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#TakeoverChallenge – An interview with Tom Freeman

Takeover is a fun, hugely successful and exciting engagement project which sees organisations across England opening their doors to children and young people to take over adult roles. It puts children and young people in decision-making positions and encourages organisations and businesses to hear their views. Children gain an insight into the adult world and

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Don’t burn bridges, build them

It is not all that uncommon to hear of colleagues who have at some point incalculably begun to weave a familiar tapestry of burning bridges. “Don’t burn bridges”, of course! It sounds obvious. Much in the same way that zonal marking in football ought to be avoided. Dissatisfied supporters can frequently be found loitering on Twitter vehemently

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Integrating new recruits

It has been six months since I last constructed a piece online detailing my experience over recent months. Positively the success of T&T has negated any time to blog which bodes well for future successes. As I sit here in searing heat whilst listening to Baddiel, Skinner & Lightening Seeds – Three Lions, I should

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Recruiters’ Resolutions

As a restless workaholic my Christmas Eve was spent in the office until the early hours of Christmas morning. The festivities nonetheless offered a brief respite and a well deserved opportunity to enjoy the fruits of our labour. I have always found the festive period to be a convenient medium for reflection but most importantly in our case

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