job interviews

How do you know you have made the right decision?

by Sinead Hasson September 14th, 2016

Chatting to a client yesterday, we talked about recruitment and the decisions you make over a few meetings. We agreed it can be a bit of a game sometimes. You meet someone once, twice or maybe three times and then you make a decision which will have a profound effect on your business and the […]

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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 […]

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After the trust has gone…

by Kate Langford June 9th, 2016

It’s Monday morning and one of your solid, reliable employees drops a bombshell by resigning. You have monthly and quarterly reports looming for a key account on a big tracking project, that this employee does all the day to day legwork on, and you know that the client won’t be happy if the account team changes again. […]

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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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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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