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Posted Feb 24, 2020
What motivates employees? The question has preoccupied heavyweight thinkers and spawned entire industries as employers look for ways to attract, retain and get the most out of staff.
Posted Jan 24, 2020
1-1 Recruitment celebrates its 20th anniversary this month! A big thank you to all our clients and candidates for their help and support and for choosing to work with us.
Posted Dec 17, 2019
Of all the qualities and skills that lead to good performance at work in these challenging times, there are four that, provided you’ve got the required hard skills of your trade, can make you a star employee. The majority of the best candidates, employees and leaders I’ve met have these qualities in spades. And the great thing is, each of them can be developed - you can learn them.
Posted Nov 28, 2019
Every employer I know accepts they’re competing for talent. The higher up the skill chain you go, the more this is the case. The need for white-collar technical professionals who can bring skills associated with Big Data, AI and the Internet of Things is mission-critical in the technology sector.
Posted Oct 22, 2019
Work should be challenging but fun. It should help us grow. But it can be tough: commutes stressful, technology frustrating. Clients, bosses and peers can be difficult, deadlines can pile up; projects can seem insurmountable.
Posted Sep 25, 2019
I’m encouraged to see a rise in employers offering staff benefits - such as flexible working – designed to enhance lifestyle, wellbeing and productivity. To my mind, the best benefits are those that give time and freedom back to employees, because that represents an opportunity to unplug from work.
Posted Sep 02, 2019
When it comes to this adulthood game, I bet a lot of us feel like frauds. We can’t quite believe that we’re doing all this big, clever grown-up stuff, and we wonder when we’ll be found out.
Posted Jul 25, 2019
I wanted to take a few moments to share some thoughts with you about the cult of ambition. It’s something that seems rife on LinkedIn, where you’ve probably seen quite a lot of people equating sustained “hustle” with success.