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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.

The strong demand for talent continues....

The strong demand for talent continues....

Author: Simon Walton Date: 23 Nov 2018 Type: Insight

Despite some of the current macro issues surrounding Brexit and the associated political uncertainty, the strong demand for talent continues.

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

An Evening with CIO’s

An Evening with CIO’s

Author: Matt Cockbill Date: 21 Nov 2018 Type: Insight

This evening brings the latest of the Odgers Berndtson & Berwick Partners CIO gatherings.

Categories: IT & Digital Leadership Recruitment

CV Writing Post-GDPR

Date: 19 Nov 2018 Type: Insight

As everyone is fully aware by now, the data protection regulations changed in May 2018, and ‘GDPR’ became one of the most frequently used acronyms of recent times.

Job Sharing at the Executive Level

Job Sharing at the Executive Level

Author: Christina Hargreaves Date: 06 Nov 2018 Type: Insight

Claire Walker and Hannah Essex started their new job share as Co-Executive Directors of Policy & Campaigns at the British Chambers of Commerce in September 2018. They were introduced to the role through Berwick Partners.

They had previously worked together as Co-Directors of Communications at Teach First for nearly four years, with both having held the role individually.

Christina Hargreaves, Consultant in the Not for Profit team at Berwick Partners, interviews the dynamic pair and explores how they’ve made it work at the executive level.

Categories: Arts Recruitment, Charity Recruitment

Inclusivity is a culture, not a policy

Inclusivity is a culture, not a policy

Author: Elizabeth James Date: 06 Nov 2018 Type: Insight

Research released last year, by the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative and Deloitte, highlighted the importance of inclusivity in affecting our feelings towards our employers. Clare Bromley and Elizabeth James discuss this in more detail in HR Grapevine.

Categories: Education Recruitment

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