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Working in executive recruitment gives us a unique vantage point.  Our close involvement in such a diverse range of sectors enables us to offer interesting insights and asides.  The information contained in this part of our site is constantly updated.

On Wednesday 5th June, Berwick Partners was delighted to be joined by Douglas Lamont, Chief Executive of innocent, as guest host for our Consumer Leadership Dinner held at 1 Lombard Street, London. The event was attended by numerous CEOs and MDs, from a broad range of consumer goods businesses to discuss and debate the role of ‘Sustainability and Purpose in Business’ as Katie Hart, a Consultant in our Consumer and Retail Practice explains.

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

The Coffee Cup Test

The Coffee Cup Test

Author: Elizabeth James Author: Elizabeth James Date: 06 Jun 2019 Type: Insight

Recruiting the best talent for your business is a difficult and arduous task; ensuring candidates fit in with the culture of your business, even more so. Elizabeth James, Head of Berwick Partners’ Education Practice explains the interesting ‘coffee cup test’ being used to assess possible candidates.

Categories: Education Recruitment

Customer Service: Changing the face of Housing Associations

Customer Service: Changing the face of Housing Associations

Author: Tom Neely Author: Tom Neely Date: 05 Jun 2019 Type: Insight

In a sector where customers can’t always choose their provider, housing associations have often come under fire for their customer service levels. Berwick Partners’ Social Housing Consultant, Tom Neely, discussed Orbit Group’s changing approach to customer experience with their Group Customer Services Director, Paul Richards.

Categories: Housing Recruitment, Real Estate Recruitment

With the Higher Education sector facing continued challenges while the competition for world-leading talent increases, Berwick Partners' Gin Bhandal and Alex Albone attended the annual Universities HR Conference to explain the importance of Employer Branding when universities are looking to recruit.

Categories: Education Recruitment, Human Resources Recruitment

Real Estate, Wellness and Work

Real Estate, Wellness and Work

Author: Polly Ingestre Date: 24 May 2019 Type: Insight

Polly Ingestre, a consultant in our Real Estate Practice, explains the impact of the ‘constantly contactable’ working environment and how it is causing a shift in the way employers recruit and retain talent, both in the real estate sector and beyond.

Categories: Real Estate Recruitment

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