Insights

A father and football fan laments - by Martin Brookes

Friday, 23 July 2021

This is a personal article. There are more articulate and many prominent voices on this subject, and I rarely write about myself. But I feel compelled to write this. Martin Brookes has founded and built charities after a career as an economist. He currently runs a charity in London supporting local voluntary organisations and government policymakers responding to the pandemic. Read the full blog within.

A father and football fan laments - by Martin Brookes

REC - Report on Jobs - Recruitment activity picks up again in June, as vacancy growth hits record high

Tuesday, 20 July 2021

The latest KPMG and REC, UK Report on Jobs survey showed that recruitment activity surged again in June amid reports of greater demand for staff and the return to more normal business conditions as lockdown measures eased. Permanent appointments growth hit a fresh series record, while the upturn in temp billings was among the fastest in the survey history. At the same time, vacancy growth hit a new series record. See within for full details.

REC - Report on Jobs - Recruitment activity picks up again in June, as vacancy growth hits record high

New CEO for the Arboricultural Association (AA)

Monday, 28 June 2021

AA ANNOUNCES JOHN PARKER AS ITS NEXT CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. Thewlis Graham Associates were delighted to have worked with the AA on this assignment. Read the full details within.

New CEO for the Arboricultural Association (AA)

REC - Jobs Outlook - June 2021

Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Confidence in the UK economy turns positive for the first time in three years. Read the full article within.

REC - Jobs Outlook - June 2021

Book Reviews

"Reading is the main way that I both learn new things and test my understanding." Bill Gates in an interview with the New York Times in 2016

Everyone in a leadership position knows that gaining knowledge, remaining curious and being challenged are good and even essential ways to keep on top of things.

We all have our reading lists, but too often it’s hard to find time to get started with them. So we’ll provide a regular review by Ophicleide, one of our associates, to tempt us to read the actual book! And we are more than happy to accept reviews from others. Do please contact us if you have one to present.