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Learning from each other

by Sinead Hasson September 17th, 2021

Boomers, Generation Xers, Millennials and then Generation Zers bringing up the rear. Four generations of our population with an age range from 7 to 73 and all with their own opinions, ways of looking at and doing things. Just recently I read a Q&A, Boomers asking questions of Gen Zers. Questions ranged from ‘is email […]

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What did we learn…?

by Sinead Hasson July 12th, 2021

Well, its not quite coming home. It’s the morning after the night before and, lets face it if you’re an England fan, you probably woke up to a sense of disappointment that we’re not champions of Europe. When we think about it a little more, we take pride in such an incredible team of young […]

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Gone in 60 seconds…

by Sinead Hasson June 15th, 2021

That’s what it felt like, last March when The Prime Minister addressed the nation, advising the UK’s workforce to stay at home and I closed the door on our central London office. Cajoling the staff at a time of immense worry for everyone, ‘it’ll be over in a few weeks, don’t worry we’ll be back […]

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Please release me, let me go…

by Catherine Vaughan July 1st, 2019

…Cos I don’t love you anymore…no relationship break up is easy, even one that is fundamentally transactional! When a team member or employee decides it’s time to move on sometimes, as in romance, things can get messy. In an increasingly candidate-short market, some companies will bend over backwards to keep hold of their staff, even […]

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CVs – what not to do…

by Anna Soares Dos Santos March 27th, 2019

As the resourcing manager, I spend a lot of time sifting through CVs (and LinkedIn profiles). Some are great, most are so-so, and the occasional few need a complete revamp! Often, with just a few small changes, you can make massive improvements. A few years ago, my colleague Freya compiled a list of common CV […]

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