As part of our continued commitment to add value and keep professionals in the project and change sector updated, we have recently conducted a global review to determine the key trends that drove demand in 2012 and what we will expect in 2013.Although each market has its specific nuances, what is clear is organisations are facing very similar
It's the start of the Chinese New Year and I’ve realised that a lot of people are not aware of how much of a big deal it is.Chinese New Year (also known as the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival) is celebrated in China and in countries and territories with significant Chinese populations, including Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia,
As a contractor, in all markets, when times are good, you reap the rewards, and, when times are hard, your rate will be squeezed. This has never been truer than in today’s change market when only critical projects are being kept live and budgets are more and more under the spotlight.A question we get asked on a regular basis is the rate
How would you describe yourself? This is just one of thousands of effective interview questions that is used by recruiters and hiring managers. If you think that this is a basic and generic one, then now is the time to stop and change your perception.
You are:A professional in your market with good skills and experienceFairly/Very/Averagely (delete as appropriate) happy in your current job/roleSo, why would you want to take a call from a recruitment consultant you ask yourself? Surely they only help people who are looking for jobs?I know many people who felt this way until they saw the value of
Last Thursday 14th June saw the official opening night of our new office in Paris. This office relocation marked the one year anniversary of the launch of our Paris business, headed up by COO Jeremy Canning and MD Hubert Levesque. Over 100 clients attended the event at the new office which is located on the prestigious Avenue George V, to
Asset ManagementTemporary / ContractIn 2011, the market for project professionals within the asset management industry was relatively stable. Most organisations have had a range of ongoing project work but there have been relatively few new major programmes driving changes in pay rates.As a result we have seen a fairly flat market both in terms of