Having spent nearly two years travelling the world and living abroad I finally returned to London and registered for temporary work at a large secretarial consultancy where I was offered a role as a consultant. Working with a broad range of financial organisations I developed relationships across the city ultimately managing part of a highly successful temporary team!
I joined Oakleaf Partnership in 2011 and as a Managing Consultant I focus on senior HR interim roles for the Financial Services team as well as building on the teams existing interim presence.
I like to have a busy social life and enjoy going to the Theatre, socialising with friends and trying to keep fit! I still love to travel and go on adventurous holidays and have recently been on trips to Ghana where I taught in a school and Guatemala! My travelling may have to take a back seat for a few years as I had a baby girl in April this year. Now getting to grips with being a working Mum!
Professional temporary and contract vacancies are increasing strongly, growing eight per cent, according to new figures from APSCo.
Employee engagement has become the biggest HR issue over the last 12 months, increasing to 87% from 79% last year, according to research.
The Deloitte survey, Global Human Capital Trends 2015: Leading in the New World of Work, examined key talent, leadership, and HR challenges of 3,300 HR and business leaders.
The John Lewis Christmas advert has become a modern marker for the start of the Christmas season for many people.
The two minute slot shows a boy and his best friend, an animated penguin, working as the perfect team, enjoying games of football and sharing a plate of fish fingers. But as the first flakes of snow fall it becomes obvious that something is bothering Monty.
Four out of five (78%) women would not question a potential employer about maternity benefits during the interview stage for fear of jeopardising a job offer, according to research.