Ryding high on Orange Spirit

Budget airline easyJet’s head of talent acquisition James Ryding spoke to Recruiter’s Colin Cottell

As a general rule, chief executives of FTSE 100 companies don’t work in open-plan offices. Nor do they work in revamped aircraft hangars. 

So the sight of Dame Carolyn McCall, CEO of low-cost airline easyJet standing among banks of identical desks chatting amiably with her HR director comes as quite a surprise.

But perhaps it shouldn’t. For according to...

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