Facilities Management

13th, September 2016

The Future of Job Advertising

Posted in Facilities Management, Recruitment

Maxwell Stephens are conscious of the fact that job advertising has in most cases become boring, unimaginative, and lazy on the part of recruiters. Shaking The Job Advertising Trend We want to shake the trend up by finding new ways to share job advertisements on social media YouTube Maxwell Stephens have started to post our jobs […]

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12th, September 2016

Hiring Staff Post Brexit

Posted in Facilities Management, Recruitment

The first 8 months of this year were dominated by Brexit, a lot of scaremongering, and a multitude of governmental changes. Pre referendum the prediction for the permanent facilities management jobs market was a strong 2016 on the back of a strong finish to 2015. However, as soon as the referendum was announced in in late […]

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23rd, August 2016

Scorecards to Manage Suppliers

Posted in Facilities Management

In many organisations, services such as catering, building security, fleet, and travel management, are outsourced to other organisations. In this common scenario, the role of the facilities manager is to manage the supplier to ensure the service is delivered to the agreed specification. This article covers how services can we effectively managed using scorecards. Monitoring […]

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23rd, August 2016

Are the Robots Coming?

Posted in Facilities Management

The past few years have seen renewed public interest and debate on how technology will shape the future; not only in relation to our personal lives, but also our careers. Just this week, as the Olympic Games in Rio came to a close, a spokesperson for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics has sparked conversation by saying […]

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8th, July 2016

The Changing Face of the FM Profession

Posted in Candidate, Facilities Management

The Changing Face of the FM Profession Facilities management has historically been male dominated, with an older demographic who have typically worked their way up through the ranks. It was not necessarily a career choice back-up by formal education, but rather people started on reception, or security, or another front of house role.   There […]

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6th, June 2016

Why a Job Hopper Could be your Next Best Hire

Posted in Candidate, Facilities Management

People who have changed jobs many times, known as job hoppers, are often dismissed by recruiters and employers as being unsuitable. Once recruiters see that a prospective candidate has switched employment a number of times, then the application is often discarded.   But before you toss those CVs aside, take another look, as you could risk missing out on some great […]

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