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Why UK uncertainty favours today’s jobseekers

After a tumultuous period of electoral surprise and tragic events, there is a palpable sense of trepidation across the country at the moment, writes Clive Jefferys of Telecoms recruitment agency JMA Network.

Confident companies win confident candidates

These days, perhaps more so than ever, business people need a crystal ball to help plan for the future, writes Clive Jefferys, Managing Director of recruiter JMA Network.

Stronger economy demands smarter recruitment

On the one hand, doom-mongers ply their gloom in the wake of the B-word. On the other, the economic outlook is bright, we have plunging unemployment and growth in consumer spending, writes Clive Jefferys, Managing Director of recruiter JMA Network.

Money proves just the job in 2017

So the hiring year has started briskly. The first new vacancies started coming in just before Christmas and then the real flood arrived during early January.

Does a leopard ever really change its spots?

At several stages in your career you will decide to move job, and in present times your resignation is likely to generate a counter-offer to stay, writes Clive Jefferys, Managing Director of recruiter JMA Network.

Why recruitment is the Secret Service

There's a good reason why I don't attend trade events, writes Clive Jefferys of telecoms recruiter JMA Network. Lots of people know me, but they don't necessarily want to advertise our relationship to their peers. That's because our key attribute is discretion.

Is telecoms hiring Brexit-proof?

The dialogue continues to jog along, as we look to our leaders to start talking about real plans and stop market-testing public opinion, writes Clive Jefferys of telecoms recruiter JMA Network.

How the digital age rewards the self-motivated

Twenty five years ago I could phone my boss from a telephone box on a Friday afternoon and tell him that I was foot-canvassing an industrial estate in Hemel Hempstead. The fact that I was actually outside my home and sloping off for the weekend was easy to hide, writes Clive Jefferys, JMA Network.

How the digital age rewards the self-motivated

Twenty five years ago, I could phone my boss from a telephone box on a Friday afternoon and tell him that I was foot-canvassing an industrial estate in Hemel Hempstead. The fact that I was actually outside my home and sloping off for the weekend was easy to hide.

Sharper focus on hiring post-Brexit

We used to think that people don't like change, but clearly they do. While the ramifications of leaving the EU will take years to become apparent, the impact on business and jobs is the most immediate concern today, writes Clive Jefferys of recruiter JMA Network.

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