I joined over 4 years ago in Windsor, as a recruitment consultant in Windsor and I am leaving as Associate Manager in London. I joined after going travelling to South East Asia and Australasia and I am leaving to move to Australia. So I guess I’ve come full circle. Continue reading
Anybody who learned to speak multiple languages as an older child or adult will vividly remember the frustrations of studying an entirely alien method of communication. The rules of grammar in your second language may not function in the same way as your mother tongue, the new pronunciations seem near-impossible, and your two languages may be as foreign to one another as Mandarin is to English. Continue reading
Foreign deployments are becoming a highlight of many professionals careers and increased mobility within the EU enables many thousands of fellow Europeans every year to enjoy working in another country and culture with relative ease, moving between offices and countries to meet their counterparts, improve commercial skills in a new linguistic and cultural context and return to their home country months or years later with improved understanding of how their business operates in another country , a more open-minded approach and even new hobbies or interests developed abroad. Continue reading
Following the result of the General Election in May, our relationship with our European cousins will over the next couple of years be one of the most critical political discussions. Continue reading
Over the past five weeks, we have covered the past, present and future of Euro London. To finish our series of insightful interviews with Steve and David, it’s time to share a bit of their fun sides!
We’ve covered quite a lot over the past few weeks, and learnt a lot about the changes and development of Euro London over the past 25 years. Now I’m going to share Steve and David’s thoughts on the future of Euro London and the recruitment industry… Continue reading
Last week Steve and David talked to me about the effect technology and social media has had on the recruitment industry. This week I’ll be sharing their stories about the growth in charitable events we’ve been involved with at ELA…
Last week we learnt about what makes the Euro London culture so unique, this week the interview with Steve and David Shacklock continues with a look at how technology and new media has changed the recruitment process…
Last week we had the first snippet of the interview with entrepreneurs David and Steve Shacklock, looking back on how it all started at Euro London Appointments 25 years ago. Now we’re going to find out about what makes the ELA culture we see today! Continue reading
As part our 25th anniversary celebrations, over the next few weeks we will be sharing an exclusive interview with the two Owners & Managing Directors of Euro London Appointments. We will find out how it all began, how we successfully made it to today, and what’s in store for the business in the 25 years to follow. Over a series of 6 blogs over 6 weeks, I will reveal some very interesting stories of ELA past, present and future!
So let’s start at the very beginning…