Is flexible working the big new focus in recruitment?

Filed Under (Recruitment Agency) by Admin on 29-01-2016

Trends in recruitment often fluctuate. After all, it is a process which may be influenced by the markets, the output of related industries and the people involved. Yet a recent report has drawn attention to rising demands for flexible working in turn influencing the recruitment process.

According to a survey conducted by Waddington Brown, over a quarter of high-ranking professionals expressed the need for more flexible working arrangements; asserting that this needs to be addressed in order for recruiters to retain the top talent. Flexible working may involve alternate office hours, later starting times or the prospect of teleworking for example; increasingly expected by the modern professional.

Recruiters could therefore be considered under more pressure, especially going forward, not only to consider the skill of their clients but their working schedules. Some industry experts argue that more diverse working schedules need to be offered in order to increase the chances of the best talents taking on appropriate roles. Therefore, recruitment which considers the method of work, as well as the skill set available is important.

Flexibility matters, but skill does too


Yet going forward, it is clear that this flexibility matters, but essentially when it is paired with a proper consideration of skill. Flexi-working is not a focus which will rise alone in recruitment; after all, it is essential that high-level recruiters continue to source skilled clients with as much scrutiny as possible.  It is taking these complementary factors into account and coordinating them to the recruitment process which is likely to allow for even better working productivity and employee retention in the future.

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A prime example of a specialist in the area of recruitment, working from an established London base and able to advise you, is GSR2R. They offer a rec2rec service and for more information you can visit their website:

4 quirky craft ideas to try

Filed Under (Funky Fabrics) by Admin on 18-01-2016

Crating is a hobby which opens up so many opportunities – a chance for you to get creative and enjoy yourself. Think it only involves sewing and stitching? Think again! Craft involves a wide range of activities, unlocking the chance for you to try out new materials and techniques. In this way, it is a method of learning a skill at the same time as creating an exciting outcome. So why not consider some of the following options…

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Try these

  • Quilting – this is a process different to knitting and sewing, which tends to involve slightly more heavy material in order to make a quilt. You can even incorporate a favourite patchwork design and a homemade quilt makes a great gift
  • Marquetry – this is the art of forming deigns on pieces of wood and can be incredibly rewarding. You only need some simple basics to get started: typically a craft knife and a steel ruler, as well as some wood veneers or pieces to put your designs onto
  • Spinning wool – it’s important remember that the opportunity to be inventive with wool goes far beyond knitting alone. The process of spinning is historic and certainly quirky; plus you can rent a wheel or even buy your own
  • Cloth-dyeing – colouring cloth inventively can be great fun and part of a wider artistic project too. You may want to create a funky piece of clothing or example, or achieve a particular appearance s you can use the resultant fabric to decorate your home

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