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Stick or Twist

The market is like the worlds worst casino at the moment, everyone's a little afraid to put their money on the table. We need that 'papa needs a new pair of shoes' 'winner winner chicken dinner' excitement back!
Scott Burnett
February 12, 2021
EmploymentHuman ResourcesRecruitment

Big Brand Theory

It’s lucky for you, the reader, that these blogs are scheduled into my diary for every three weeks as my recent Internet fame has got me running about like a blue arse fly! Opening shopping centres, turning on Christmas lights, starring in panto! In reality, not so much BUT if…
Scott Burnett
March 28, 2019
EmploymentUncategorized

A Week of Winners and Losers

Quick one from me this week as I'm off on me 'olidays after today (as I'm sure many other recruiters with kids are also planning on doing too!)  For the rest of you, enjoy the free flowing traffic for a couple of weeks and try not to get too frustrated…
Jonathan Rice
July 6, 2017
EmploymentRecruitment

Look At Me, I’m A Recruiter

We live in a vainglorious world.  Technology has brought us the phenomenon of selfies and social media provided the platform for us to share our pouting selves with all and sundry.  Even in recruitment we talk about how essential personal branding is to be a successful recruiter these days, whatever…
Jonathan Rice
October 6, 2016
Recruitment

Recruiters, The Great Pretenders

I was asked a slightly strange question by an HR Manager I know this morning.  They asked me if we ever pretended that we worked with clients in order to get a foot in the door and maybe get a chance to send in CV's for open vacancies.  I replied that…
Jonathan Rice
March 17, 2016
RecruitmentUncategorized

Wham! Bam! Thank You Spam

I received an interesting email this week. Although we work hard on “getting out there”, like a cold beer when your mouth feels like Ghandi’s jandal, it’s always refreshing to receive an enquiry from an as-yet-unheard-of new client. Especially when it’s a referral from a “business acquaintance”. Lacking the good…
Jonathan Rice
February 25, 2016