Boyce News

by Manuela Boyce

on December 9, 2016

Top reasons for switching employment

As a follow up to a  study earlier this year, “What our candidates want when they change jobs”, we thought it would be interesting, post referendum, to see what our candidates felt were the key considerations when deciding to change jobs. Here are the results: 1. Interesting work/  Training & Development Over 58% of our […]

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Marion Herbain wins Temp of the Year 2016

We’re delighted to confirm this year’s winner of the Boyce Recruitment Temp of the Year accolade is  Marion Herbain . Temporary workers fill in when regular staff members are ill or on vacation. Special projects and seasonal work are other reasons for employment and their efforts are often not recognised in the same was as […]

by Jamie Wall

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Interviewing candidates in a competitive market

The competition for talent seems to be increasing and it is so important to make sure that your company interviews are giving the best impression to potential employees. We asked two of our consultants to talk about this.    1) Moderns ways of interviewing Jamie says: Times are a changing and so must interviews. With a […]

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Recruitment in 2017 – our predictions

We asked our Directors what they see as big influencers for recruitment in 2017.  Here’s what they said:   Tracey Newton : 2017 will see agency recruiters working more closely with internal talent teams and having to adapt their strategy to see how they can work more effectively and identify areas in which they will […]

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Jamie Wall & Natalie Mitchell at the IRP Awards 2016

A fantastic end to 2016 when boycerecruitment attended their second IRP annual Awards event. We are hugely proud of Natalie Mitchell & Jamie Wall who were shortlisted for two of the most coveted accolades from the Institute of Recruitment Professionals. The IRP Awards is the UK’s most prestigious and largest event for the recruitment community. […]

by Manuela Boyce

on October 27, 2016

We could learn a few lessons from John Lewis

As someone who has been working in the same industry for a substantial (ahem) time I was delighted to read about Paula Nickolds’ promotion to Managing Director at John Lewis. It wasn’t however, about her being female. I am aware that this is a topical news story, but my main point of interest was down […]

by Boyce Recruitment

on October 9, 2016

Latest updates from boycerecruitment

We’ve had a busy start to the Autumn and would like to welcome a new addition to the Broadcast team at boycerecruitment. Some of you may have already heard from Lara Kinaci who joined  us from an Executive Search firm at the beginning of the month.   We are also delighted to announce that Natalie […]

by Jamie Wall

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Jamie’s Corner : Market Research Interviews

The market research industry is extremely competitive and it is important to stand out and do exceptionally well in interviews to secure a job. I asked several of my candidates, at all career levels, about their interview experiences.  There were a lot of common themes and questions; here are a few pointers that stood out… […]

by Manuela Vazquez

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How can recruiters make your life easier?

What does recruitment mean for most people? Generally, when people talk about recruitment, potential candidates think about the pain of interviewing, the hours spent trying to put a decent CV together, the “ghost” applications for which they never receive any type of feedback and of course the repetitive cover letters … If you’re on the […]

by Manuela Boyce

on July 29, 2016

Why job offers fall through

You’ve found the perfect candidate for your opening after a 3 month search. You’ve been through such a long process to find that individual and are relieved that you have finally found someone. Juggling recruitment with the demands of work has been more than a challenge. So when you discover that, after all this time […]

by Boyce Recruitment

on July 27, 2016

July Top PR Jobs

by Boyce Recruitment

on July 15, 2016

How to be a successful TV freelancer?  

Our broadcast recruitment team is always on the lookout for skilled freelancers / temporary workers as the number of jobs in the TV industry shows no sign of diminishing. Job roles can vary in this industry and include positions in creative services, TV operations, administration/ PA support, bookings, business affairs, editorial & subtitling, licensing, compliance, […]