Ask the expert: May 2017

Q: We’re outgrowing our offices. What should we do?

A: After staffing, property is the second greatest single cost for most recruitment consultancies, especially in areas where there is a shortage in supply such as London. 

Furthermore the process of moving is time consuming for senior management, disruptive to the whole business and generally costly, so minimising the frequency of moves is sensible.

Given...

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