Gis a Job! The SME Dilemma

I remember it well in my own businesses…… I felt completely naive and not wanting to let on this was my first experience in hiring staff, I made plenty of mistakes and most of them came back to haunt me, but that is another story…….

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Sally Harris
Profits and Problems

I attended a College networking event last week, not a business to business event, but a business to student one. I do this regularly, not just because I enjoy it (which I do) and not just because I want to help the students (which I like to do), but also for some selfish reasons, it gives me a great insight into the contextual view of business from younger people.

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Harry Harris
From Reflection to Recruitment

Those who know me well are very aware of my opinion on the importance of reflection. It is something I take seriously and practice daily. It was during a moment of reflection this morning that formed the idea for this piece.

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Harry Harris
To Be or Not to Be

We've all taken phone calls from recruitment consultants. Sometimes it's to flatter you into leaving a job you're happy in, to work for the headhunter's client. But as your career develops, it's more likely because they've seen you're advertising for staff and want to help - at a cost. Rightly or wrongly, recruitment companies don't enjoy the best of reputations.

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Chris Perry