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When the announcement was made that Prince William and Kate were to marry on Friday 29th April 2011, debate ensued within organisations across Britain as to the status this day would hold within their organisation. Whether to allow staff to have the extra day off paid, to take it as part of their...

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6 May 2011
Laura Machin

Laura Machin
Senior Consultant, Finance, Procurement and Project Management Specialist

How did I get into recruitment? It was recommended to me by a friend who thought I would be good at it because I'm personable and tenacious.   If you were to decide to go straight into the role of a recruitment consultant (as opposed to starting within a more junior role), then I think...

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6 May 2011
Stephanie Sheard

Stephanie Sheard
Manager, Finance and Procurement Specialist

Super-injunctions, hyper-injunctions, gagging-orders, call them what you will, are causing the death of free speech, a scourge on society's right to information, a tool used by the rich and famous to have their cake and eat it, a slap in the face to the working man and woman - according to the...

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5 May 2011
Daniel Swan

Daniel Swan

It seems like every media outlet you turned to over last couple of weeks was full of details (or not as the case may be) of the latest celebrity injunction. It was like a cryptic crossword clue, with the nation trying to guess the identity of celebrities up to no good, who have used the courts...

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4 May 2011
Francesca Hay

Francesca Hay

I am always surprised to hear when I am talking to prospective candidates and I ask about their current interviews, how they went and what feedback they got. When they say they haven't heard anything and are unlikely to hear as their interview was over two weeks ago, I am shocked. Let's...

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27 April 2011
Debbie Kaba

Debbie Kaba
Internal Recruitment Manager, Central Services