Graduate meets Recruitment... Embarking on a new career!

Recently, we recruited Imogen, a Graduate who had no previous experience within recruitment. It has been brilliant to see her fit into the team dynamic with ease and quickly build her knowledge and understanding of the full 360 recruitment cycle.[...]

What Makes a Great Executive Assistant

As any busy executive will tell you; an excellent Executive Assistant is worth their weight in gold. But what makes a great Executive Assistant in today’s ever-changing business world? 

6 Easy Ways to Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

 Emotional Intelligence is one of the most sought-after job skills, with over 70% of hiring managers acknowledging that they rate emotional intelligence over a high IQ when it comes to finding the right person for their team.  

Counter Offers And Their Potential Impact On Your Career

With another year underway, many people are ready for a new challenge and thinking about changing their organisation as they develop their career. 

What Personality Traits Should You Hire Into Your Organisation?

Recently we wrote a blog on, how to develop your  talent pipeline. This post has sparked various interesting conversations with clients about personalities, hiring and what makes a good recruit. 

How To Develop Your Talent Pipeline

In a recent post on our Lucy Walker Recruitment Blog, we talked about how much recruitment has changed in the last 25 years. 

Interview Skills For Hiring Managers: Are Your Skills Fit For Purpose?

Previously,  we have highlighted some of the numerous common hiring mistakes that are still happening in organisations today. A 2018 survey indicated that 47% of Interviewers had had no formal training on how to interview! We genuinely think it's[...]

5 Classic Commerical Hiring Mistakes To Avoid Next Year

As we cycle at a rapid rate to the end of another year, its typical for all of us to review the work/career challenges we have had and as a hiring manager one of the critical areas that raise’s its head is often our hiring mistakes.