Matt Churchward: Practise what we preach? Not us!

I was chatting recently to someone outside of recruitment, and they asked what was the hardest part of my job?

“Internal recruitment,” I replied within 0.25 seconds (a little slow for my usual response to this question, I admit). 

“Strange,” they said, “isn’t that what you are supposed to be good at?”

They are right. We are so much better for our clients than we are for ourselves.  Why is it as an industry we are good at servicing our clients but when it comes to...

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