Maxwell Stephens

27th, January 2021

We are optimistic for 2021 – Here’s some reasons why…

Posted in Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

We are optimistic for 2021 – Here’s some reason why… Considering the disastrous year we’ve just emerged from and the equally dismal start to 2021, the lingering pessimism for what 2021 holds in store is more than understandable. Despite the challenges we’re all facing on a global scale, the team here at Maxwell Stephens feel […]

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11th, December 2020

Sick of the same online shopping sites? Here’s a few suggestions for something different this Christmas.​

Posted in Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

Sick of the same online shopping sites? Here’s a few suggestions for something different this Christmas. Even with the Christmas trees out in full force and festive jingles ringing out over our TVs, it’s clear that Christmas shopping will have to change for 2020. As many of us switch to online shopping, a lot of […]

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12th, November 2020

6 Tips on how to get your CV noticed.

Posted in Candidate, Comments, Facilities News, Maxwell Stephens

6 tips on how to get your CV noticed. Believe it or not, writing an effective CV and making it stand out are often very different things. Whether you’re looking for a change of position, or you’re just getting your foot on the career ladder, a long list of qualifications and skills can often be […]

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29th, October 2020

Reimagining the office of the future

Posted in Facilities Management, Facilities News, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

Reimagining the office of the future The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on all aspects of our daily lives, particularly how and where we work. Amongst other things, the pandemic has precipitated a mass acceleration towards remote working practices for many businesses; practices they may not have even considered before, yet now have had […]

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14th, October 2020

“People need a strategy, not a strapline” – A conversation with Jim Steele

Posted in Candidate, Facilities Management, Facilities News, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

“People need a strategy, not a strapline” – A conversation with Jim Steele When Covid hit my world, when I had to go into Lockdown (March 23rd) I was not in a good place (Am I allowed to admit that??)  I was lost…  After 14 years of successfully building a business from scratch and having […]

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23rd, September 2020

“A lot of the best ideas comes from jumping in front of that train of thought and thinking differently” – A conversation with Mark Haynes

Posted in Comments, Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

“A lot of the best ideas comes from jumping in front of that train of thought and thinking differently” – A conversation with Mark Haynes. I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Mark Haynes, the “Chief Common Sense Person” for workspaceman. During our conversation Mark shares his unique insight on a range of topics […]

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