Women in World War 1

Women in World War 1

With Remembrance Day on Sunday 11th, we wanted to take an opportunity to think about the impact of the service given by women across the UK during the First World War, and the role it played in reshaping the employment market. Between 4-5.5 million soldiers were...
Recruiting with a passion!

Recruiting with a passion!

Over the years I have come across many recruiters and hear some outrageous stories but more often some exceedingly humbling and heart-warming stories on the subject.  Good recruiters have the skills and the abilities to maintain balanced relationships with both...
The Power of the MBA

The Power of the MBA

Is an MBA the key to success in the business world? Most people would probably answer that question in the affirmative, and with good reason. The top MBA programs in the UK; London Business School, LSE, Oxford, Wawrick etc. all have extensive alumni networks that...
Decision making under pressure

Decision making under pressure

We have all been there, the clock is ticking and you are being pressed to make a decision, do you “just trust your gut”, what exactly is this instinct? Decisions made unconsciously before our rational mind interferes are often better – but returning briefly to the gut...
Finishing Education?

Finishing Education?

Finishing education is one of the most celebrated events of one’s younger years; this allows for a great sense of achievement and self-pride.   However, following this is the much-anticipated job search which may seem daunting when one hasn’t experienced looking...