Month: January 2018

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

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Why work in Bristol? – One of the happiest cities to work in the UK

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

Why work in Bristol? – One of the happiest cities to work in the UK

Why work in Bristol? – One of the happiest cities to work in the UK

24th January 2018Laura Crossen

Employees have rated Bristol as one of the top cities for work happiness, according to a survey by business psychologists OPP. Jonathan May, Chief executive of Bristol-based company, Hubbub explains… Read more »

Where would you be if you were able to stand up and share your message with confidence?

This morning at AFC Bournemouth, HR professionals attended a Bond Williams Professional Recruitment specialist talk: “How to avoid career limiting presentations” in partnership with Simply Amazing Training to find out… Read more »


23rd January 2018Laura Crossen


Amy Wilkins appointed as Associate Recruitment Consultant for Bond Williams Office & Commercial division

Bond Williams Professional Recruitment are delighted to announce the appointment of Amy Wilkins to our Office & Commercial division as Associate Recruitment Consultant. Bond Williams are building on continued growth… Read more »


17th January 2018Laura Crossen


It’s Blue Monday

Blue Monday is the name given to the most depressing day of the year, a formula that takes into consideration the amount of time since Christmas, the weather, debt levels,… Read more »


15th January 2018Laura Crossen


Frettens Solicitors: Employment law update January 2018

Paul Burton is an employment solicitor and Associate at Frettens Solicitors, working in partnership with Bond Williams. Paul specialises in both contentious and non-contentious matters, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, TUPE,… Read more »


5th January 2018Laura Crossen


Demand for Cyber Security set to increase ‘significantly’ for 2018

Demand for cyber security staff will increase over the next year, according to all recruitment agencies surveyed by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC). The majority (81%) predict that demand… Read more »


2nd January 2018Laura Crossen


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