Month: July 2016

Keep calm and cut the c**p!

by Catherine Vaughan July 28th, 2016

As a recruiter, resources such as LinkedIn have transformed the way we work, making it easier to connect, network and keep in touch. However, these days I feel this once brilliant tool is now a source of huge irritation, mainly due to the vast volume of c**p (for want of a better word) that we’re […]


There’s no ‘I’ in team!

by Sinead Hasson July 7th, 2016

I’m not that interested in football, my team will tell you that I watch it with them under sufferance but I accept that it’s an integral part of this, and many other, nations national identity. I know enough (just) to hold a brief conversation but I’m not going to indulge in lengthy discussions on which […]