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Whilst we continue to operate in a competitive, job-led market (where there are more candidates looking than jobs available), it is understandable that employers and hiring managers are looking to make the most of the opportunity and secure the best talent available to them. However, on occasion, I have been forced to question what constitutes an
If you are reading this, chances are you are about to accept, or have recently accepted, an offer for a new role. You will have weighed up all the pros and cons of the role/company/location, and you will now be deciding if the monetary offer is worth the risk of moving companies.
London Employment Monitor June 13 highlights:Financial services job opportunities increased by 21% from May 13 to June 13Compared to the same time last year, this was a 22% drop in new roles coming onto the marketOver H1 2013 compared to H1 2012 there was a 9% decrease in newly available jobsThe number of professionals actively seeking new jobs
So now that I have your attention, what you are about to read has nothing to do with the title of this article, in fact what the title does is prove how bold blog titles need to be to grab the audience's attention.
This week, the Queen is celebrating 60 years since her Coronation. That’s 60 years in the same role! I can guarantee that as part of today’s workforce you and I are highly unlikely to spend even half that amount of time in our current roles. If we did, we would deserve to be greeted with the same number of parties and awards!Bearing that in that
What surprised you in the past quarter in the Secretarial and Support recruitment market, both from a positive and negative perspective?The consistency of the market is a bit surprising. Since last year, the demand in the office support area is little changed. Things are not as volatile as they were. In last eight years, we have
An article in the media caught my eye recently - the story of a young woman (naively) updating her twitter account about her thoughts on cyclists. This ‘tweet’ was picked up on by the media who honed in on, and publicised, the fact she was a trainee accountant and reporting the firm she worked for.Any future ‘google search’ on this
The most common reason that managers give me when they decide to look for a new role is because they can't see where their next opportunity is coming from within their current firm. It's no surprise that so many managers experience these frustrations. In large firms, competition is rife for that next step up the ladder and movement at the senior