E.g., 21/03/2023
30 Sep 2021
Well, what a difference a year makes! The market as it stands today is incredibly buoyant, and is certainly a candidate led market. What does this mean for employers?
27 Sep 2021
Job hunting can be daunting enough, but particularly for those who are just starting out or who may have recently graduated it is a whole new journey that is both scary and exciting all at the same time!
22 Sep 2021
One thing in particular that has come to light over the last 18 months and that is how flexible and adaptable we all are, not just as individuals in our home lives, or as employees in our roles, but also as employers with teams of people to “look after”.
08 Sep 2021
As recruiters, if you were to ask us what the one thing is that we like the least in our jobs, it’s rejecting candidates! It’s never easy, and the last thing we want to do is crush anyone’s confidence or dreams!
13 Aug 2021
How to ensure a candidate’s positive response to a job offer & turn it around when an offer is declined.
12 Aug 2021
With the jobs market picking up so quickly, it’s harder than ever to make yourself stand out from the other applicants competing for the roles you’ll be going for - so what’s the best way to do this?
05 Aug 2021
The way we work, communicate and engage with each other has completely changed over the last 16 months – we have had to be agile and adaptable to new ways of working and collaborating each other.
19 Apr 2021
Last week Ingram Content Group hosted a really interesting webinar focusing on the Book Publishing Industry: A Year in Review.
13 Apr 2021
With the IPG Spring Conference nearly upon us I reflected on IPGSC2019 where the Chair of the IPG Bridget Shine,  asked me to speak on a panel around what independent publishers can do to create a more diverse and inclusive culture in their businesses.
01 Apr 2021
If we are honest as leaders and business owners, we’ve all been asking ourselves this very question at some point over this last year, if not right now. So I wanted to help answer it and to give your minds a bit of needed reassurance, rest and peace.