Category: The world @work

The old, the new and the art of education

The cavernous gallery echoes with distant voices. I stare, mesmerised by an angelic face, still and perfect. A girl w...

Opening the door to the boardroom

When Tim Boyle talks about celebrity chairs, dogmatic drones and dead debates, you might think he’s describing ...

Headhunting Indiana Jones

Headhunting for a senior project director with a love of adventure to work on a major infrastructure project in an ex...

Playing for keeps

Think back to your last recruitment project. It probably involved telephone screening, interviewing face-to-face and ...

Green shoots feed jobs confidence

Recruiters are capitalising on the rise and rise again of jobs. If the number of assignments retained by our firm and...

The truth is out there – Google it

As the new saying goes, online is forever.

Some people have become quite sophisticated at hiding or diverting ...

Kylie Rutherfoord
Stamping out rubber stamping

Have you ever lined up for a train ticket in rural India? It was as painful to watch as Rowan Atkinson packaging up t...

Sharing a shot in the arm

Just as good as my flu vaccination this week, was the recent pep talk from another Doctor. A little bit painful, but ...