Maxwell Stephens

9th, February 2018

Interviewing for a job in FM

Posted in Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens, Recruitment

As you will already know, Facilities Management is a highly multi-faceted sector, where you’ll need the ability to wear many different hats in your role. When you’re looking for a job in FM, proving that you’re the best candidate for the job can be difficult. This is a highly competitive market, so doing well in […]

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9th, February 2018

What is “Candidate Experience” worth in the digital age?

Posted in Facilities News, Maxwell Stephens, Recruitment

Looking at the world today, it is most definitely an entirely different landscape to that of twenty years ago. Millennials have been immersed in technology their entire lives and, with Gen Z growing up too, it would be safe to say the world will only continue to become more and more digitally minded over the […]

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31st, January 2018

Agile Working within FM

Posted in Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens

Scrum, product backlog, sprint….. These are all terms from Agile Project Methodology. If you are hearing them for the first time they are undoubtedly slightly alien. However many organisations are embracing Agile, and for many Facilities Managers who are involved in both tech and non tech projects, they will need to get up to speed […]

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17th, January 2018

Will The FM job market really die by Christmas?

Posted in Facilities Management, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

With the latest news about Carillion plc (which provides FM to 150,000 properties in the UK, Canada, and the Middle East) coupled with the latest gloomy Brexit forecasts from economists, it’s not surprising there’s a lot of pessimism about the future at the moment – not just for the FM job market, but generally. It’s […]

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9th, January 2018

Is Brexit the new millennium bug?

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

The talk is all about Brexit but anyone born before 1982 will remember the world worrying about the Millennium Bug The Millennium Bug described a theoretical problem caused by the switch from 1999 to 2000 on computer processing units. There was much fear that computers around the world could not cope with the change of […]

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6th, December 2017
networking event

Facilities Management Networking Event a Resounding Success

Posted in Facilities Management, Facilities News, In-house, Maxwell Stephens, News & PR

On Thursday 30th November 2017, Maxwell Stephens organised it’s second Networking Event at the stunning Business Growth Fund’s offices in WC2. With around 60 distinguished attendees the atmosphere was electric, and the air was thick with good business chatter. As well as providing a fantastic networking opportunity for attendees, Maxwell Stephens arranged several talks from […]

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