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Start People ended last week on a high after receiving another exciting awards nomination. We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the ‘Small Business of the Year’ category - we may be small but we are certainly mighty! The British Small Business Awards event, now in its third year, is the leading celebration of the UK’s small business sector, recognising the nation’s best sole traders, micro businesses and small companies – as well as the services providers and advisers that support the...

Author: Nina Yeulett
Published: 27 Jul 2018

New To The Industry

Growth is always at the forefront of any recruitment business and for Start People it's no different. The growth in our business means we invest in the next wave of new talent as we see our current recruiters develop into Business Managers and beyond. This succession planning benefits our business by providing our customers with the confidence we will ensure their recruitment plans are safe in the hands of Start People recruiters trained and managed by our best people. This week Start People ...

Author: Nina Yeulett
Published: 19 Jul 2018

5 Questions to ask about your team

Following an extremely successful World Cup campaign, the England squad will surely be coming home. Yes, maybe a little earlier than expected and without the all important golden trophy, but we can’t deny the way the team have brought together a somewhat divided country over the past 4 weeks. Many of us feel this is down to manager Gareth Southgate, who took our team through the training, tournament and to the Semi-Finals on Wednesday evening. Just like football, a strong team are the foundat...

Author: Nina Yeulett
Published: 16 Jul 2018

Struggling to find the best talent?

When stocks are getting low, there comes a point where we need to invest and top up our inventory to ensure we don’t starve. No, we aren’t talking about your fridge freezer – in this case we’re talking about talent. It’s no secret that UK unemployment levels are at an all time low (4.2% in the three months to April 2018) which is the lowest it has been in 42 years. The unemployment rate hasn’t been so low since 1975, where the number of people in work has risen by 146,000 above the forecasted...

Author: Nina Yeulett
Published: 10 Jul 2018

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