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What I learned from 3 days with the Army Training Regiment

Posted in: PR and Communications, The Working World, Work Advice, Work-Life Balance

29 Aug 2017 Comments

I have been part of a mastermind and training group for years. We meet up twice a year for a three-day ‘retreat’. In the past, we have basked in the Tenerife sun, walked across hot coals in leafy Kent, sung karaoke and hired out a casino for the night in the beautiful Scottish countryside. It’s always incredibly energising and we come away with fresh ideas and knowledge, ready to take on the world again!

What is it like working at The Works?

Posted in: The Works

26 Nov 2013 Comments

It is all about the people. It is so important to us that we not only like working here, but we have a smile on our face every morning when we walk into work.
We have an amazing team – made up of a whole host of characters, with different opinions, backgrounds and stages of our lives, which makes The Works a truly magical place to work.

Labels at work

Posted in: Career Advice, Work Advice

08 Apr 2013 Comments

We know how damaging labelling can be when it is racial, sexual, ‘rich’ or ‘poor’ but what about more subtle forms of labelling that you might come across at work? And if you have a label is it possible to lose it?

Beating Workplace Bullies

Posted in: Career Advice, The Working World, Work Advice

21 Nov 2012 Comments

People leave their jobs for many different reasons; bullying is one of them. It may not be stated as a specific reason, but as a professional recruiter, it’s not difficult to piece things together and realise that it’s behind the desire to move on. There’s lots of advice out there about dealing with this insidious issue, and as this week is National Anti-Bullying Week we’d like to do our bit and share some of it with you.

The Secret of Keeping Good People in a Difficult Market

Posted in: Career Advice, The Working World, Work Advice

07 Nov 2012 Comments

This week we hear from guest blogger, Dave Kibby, a specialist in 'thinking' and the impact of motivation and mindset within business. He has coached Executives and International sports people to help them make sense of their thinking and get the very best results. Dave shares his thoughts about how to retain your best people, in a market where budgets are being slashed but money still talks.

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