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The Everchanging World of Research

by Sinead Hasson October 22nd, 2015

I have been recruiting in market research for nearly 20 years, and there has always been trends, twists and turns in that time, but no more so than in the past 2 years. When I started out I knew nothing at all, but if I could work out the difference between qual and quant I […]


Recruitment is a right drag, isn’t it?!

by Catherine Vaughan September 4th, 2015

If you’re an employer with work up to your eyeballs, coupled with an alarming lack of resources, then clearly you need to hire new blood – and fast. Most likely you won’t have the time to engage in the laborious process of sourcing and vetting candidates; you’re in the ludicrous, but all too common position […]


The Perfect Job Description

by Sinead Hasson August 26th, 2015

  In case you missed it, Jermain Defoe’s job ad for a PA attracted a lot of attention – partly because it’s August so silly season for news but also because it was frankly ridiculous. He needs someone who can work 24/7 and perform up to 55 duties – I think he is still going […]


Getting Noticed – The Right Way

by Damon Thomas August 20th, 2015

Getting noticed in a competitive job market is never easy.  If you are looking for a new job, you have probably noticed that you are not alone.  In fact at times you can feel like just another face in the crowd.  Clients are more demanding and therefore you need to stand out. How do you […]


It’s time for MR to design a workplace for the future

by Sinead Hasson July 15th, 2015

The research and insight industries need a new workspace strategy to attract and retain young talent. As the next generation of top graduates prepares to enter the world of work, the merry-go-round of activity designed to lure new talent into MR swings into action. But, for many MR firms, the battle to recruit and retain […]