New job? Start as you mean to go on


New job? Start as you mean to go on

New job? Start as you mean to go on

1st April 2016Laura Webb

The first few months of a new role are often exciting, strange but also quite demanding. Whatever role you are starting make sure your first impression is positive, long-lasting and… Read more »

Bond Williams Professional Recruitment HR Awards – Winners announced!

  Thank you to all the HR professionals that entered the Bond Williams HR Awards 2016. The standard of applications were outstanding and, this year, the judging was supported by… Read more »

5th April 2016Laura Webb

An Employer’s Guide to Counter offers

  The recruitment process can be both time consuming and costly especially to get it right. Once you have offered the job to your preferred candidate, it can be hugely… Read more »

13th April 2016Laura Webb

London rated worst place to find flexible, well-paid work – Time to reconsider?

  Although the right to request flexible working is now the law and remote working, at least some of the time is certainly on the increase among British employers new… Read more »

18th April 2016Laura Webb

A guide to competency based interviews and assessment days

  Assessment days are used by employers to compare candidates and illustrate how you react in group situations. It is likely that someone will observe you throughout the day and… Read more »

19th April 2016Laura Webb

Job market optimism reaches new high

  A recent survey from the Glassdoor UK Employment Confidence Survey reveals that employees are more confident than ever of a pay rise, and despite the significant gender difference, women… Read more »

21st April 2016Laura Webb

Bond Williams appoints Consultant and Sales Support for growing Accounting & Finance Division

  Bond Williams are delighted to announce the appointment of two new members of staff in our Accounting & Finance Division. Leanne Collins joins us as a Recruitment Consultant in… Read more »

22nd April 2016Laura Webb

HMRC’s plan to consult on public sector use of off-payroll staff challenged

  Recent research reported by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to “ensure that temporary staff pay the right tax” has led to HMRC’s plans to consult on public sector contractors… Read more »

26th April 2016Laura Webb

Companies cut perks to offset the cost of National Living Wage

  Waitrose is the latest company to announce they are reducing employee benefits, and lowering rates of pay offered to new starters who work unsociable hours. This comes after B&Q,… Read more »

27th April 2016Laura Webb

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