Month: December 2012

The world didn’t end, so we’ll blog instead

by Sinead Hasson December 21st, 2012

What a year it has been and December has been one of our busiest month in terms of activity and in terms of hiring decisions. As I am typing we are still taking new briefs and arranging interviews so the renewed confidence that we have seen in the last few months seems to be sustained. […]


The Rise of the Robots: Can automation kill the recruiter?

by Sinead Hasson December 10th, 2012

Keep everything crossed. It seems the UK economy might, finally, be turning a corner.  So while we wait with baited breath for the next quarterly GDP report, perhaps now is an appropriate time for the recruitment industry to take stock and assess the impact of that poisonous double dip. How should we react to continuing […]


Lunch Challenge – Part 3

by Hasson Associates December 7th, 2012

I’ve heard it many times, London is a city made up of many villages. Whether it’s Dulwich, Greenwich or Wimbledon in the South or Crouch End, Hampsted or Walthamstow in the North, Londoners love their village life. I’m no exception and I’ve fallen for a tiny village inhabited by double decker buses, surrounded by construction […]


All the leaves have fallen and November is gone….

by Hasson Associates December 6th, 2012

But what happened in the world of market research recruitment and how does that impact on you? Based on what happened at Hasson Associates, we can report a small increase in new vacancies this month. This seems fairly reflective across the industry and certainly mirrors what we hear from our clients in terms of growth. […]


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