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Our blog is designed to enable us to post our own content, principally in the form of news and resources, and to showcase other parties' quality content in the areas of talent acquisition, talent development, and career development. 

We're also open to publishing guest posts. If you'd like to propose a post, please email us (with 'FAO Anthony: guest post' in the subject line) to discuss the idea.

VACANCY: Join our team as a Recruitment Consultant

Anthony Haynes writes: Our business, we're delighted to say, continues to grow -- so we're recruiting another Recruitment Consultant. Full details below. Purpose of the role The role is designed to provide FJTWS with enhanced capacity and greater contingency. The post-holder will work across all three areas of our recruitment work by contributing as (a) account manager, (b) administrator, and (c) researcher.  The precise blend between these three areas may vary from one time to another...

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Recruiting a communications expert: agencies' approaches

Martin Greig (pictured) has recently been appointed as Head of External Affairs at the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). In conversation with Karen Haynes, Martin explains how FJWilson is unlike any recruitment agency he’s previously known. Karen: Unlike a lot of interviewees for the FJWilson blog, Martin, this will be your first role at a membership organisation. I’m very interested to hear more about your background. Martin: I came to communications...

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Business context: why it matters to employers and what to do abo

Anthony Haynes (pictured) writes: In the episode of our podcast, Recruitment in the Modern World, devoted to Business Context, Sherah Beckley and I explore the topic of the context in which employers operate. We explore why employers need to raise their eyes and scan the horizon, to see what changes are coming down the road. What external developments will require responses from you? We discuss how employers can use frameworks to focus attention in order to ensure they don't overlook...

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