Month: May 2016

I won – but am I successful?

by Damon Thomas May 25th, 2016

“My name is Louis and I won the most prestigious football cup competition in the world, the FA Cup, and I was sure my job would be safe.” The recent sacking of Louis Van Gaal, after his success, was handled badly and as a Manchester United fan I felt sorry for the Dutchman. He wasn’t […]

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For the love of high heels!

by Aileen Ryan May 12th, 2016

I love high heels. I love how pretty they are, I love how I feel wearing them, I am a big fan of high heels. But reading recent news articles (like this bbc one) on the subject of women being forced to wear high heels in work really makes me angry. Do the people who make these […]

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New Operations Manager for Hasson Associates

by Hasson Associates May 11th, 2016

It has been a busy 2016 for the team at Hasson Associates. We have seen growth in all departments, both in temporary and perm recruitment for research, insight and analysis. We are really pleased to announce that in order to help support growth at this busy time we have promoted Nicky Geen to the position of […]

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How to keep your stars shining for you

by Sinead Hasson May 9th, 2016

No matter how much time, money and effort you invest in your people, at some point, one of your shining stars is going to walk. But bury the disappointment, as this is an opportunity to improve. Ask the tough question and push for an honest answer. Why? Was it the team? Have they been mismanaged? […]

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