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  • Delivering Diversity through disinterest

    Thoughts
    14/05/2015

    How we became diverse by giving absolutely no thought whatsoever to the classification of individuals we might like to hire.

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  • Expectation - v - Experience

    Thoughts
    08/01/2015

    Our thoughts on the value of employing empathy in the conduct of legal recruitment processes.

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  • Cost -v- Value

    Thoughts
    03/03/2014

    A look at the issues addressed by a firm in commencing a formal retained search process and the outcome of decisions to spend less and hope for the best.

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  • Added Value

    Thoughts
    18/12/2013

    The phrase “Value Added” originated in the grocery sector when supermarkets realised that if they chopped our lettuce and tomato etc. for us we would pay much more for the resultant product than we would for the individual ingredients of a salad. “Value Added” refers to "extra" features of an item of interest (product, service, person etc.) that goes beyond the standard expectations and provides something "more" while adding little or nothing to its cost. In Legal Recruitment added value often comes in the form of extensive market and legal sector knowledge and experience.

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