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10th, October 2018

Some of our favourite buildings

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Being specialist Facilities Management recruiters means that we spend a lot of our time visiting a wide range of amazing buildings and work environments. From Grade II listed buildings, to boutique studio spaces, we have had the pleasure of exploring hundreds of remarkable places. Here are some of our favourites from recent recruitment campaigns… Principal […]

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26th, July 2018

What’s in a name?

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Naming, and the closely related branding, forms part of the bedrock of marketing strategy. There’s a lot of science to both and a huge amount of reference material on good and bad experiences. But in the end, you make your decision, unveil your work and pray for the best. BIFM’s name-change programme, confirmed last week, […]

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5th, July 2018

A spotlight on… Jason Gurd, Director and Lead Consultant, Cognitive FM

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As specialist Facilities Management recruiters, we spend a lot of our time talking to the best and brightest in the industry. In such a dynamic and rapidly evolving sector, keeping up-to-date with the challenges, developments and opportunities in FM is more important than ever. With this in mind, Maxwell Stephens are introducing a series of […]

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22nd, June 2018

Facilities Show 2018

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The team at Maxwell Stephens had the pleasure of attending this year’s Facilities Show at the ExCel London on Thursday 21st June. With numerous industry exhibitors, keynote speakers and discussion panels there was loads of great stuff to digest. Here are some of our key thoughts from the day:   FMs of the future – […]

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27th, April 2018

Creating the Perfect CV

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Long before you get to the interview stage, you’re going to have to start thinking about how you could impress a potential employer. Your CV is a company’s first impression of you, meaning it absolutely must make a significant and positive impact.   1. Presentation is everything We will get on to the content of […]

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5th, April 2018

Don’t let a fear of public speaking hold you back.

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It is estimated that over 75% of people have Glossophobia (a fear of public speaking to you and me) to varying degrees. The idea of speaking in front of an audience fills many people with abject horror, and in some cases can be completely debilitating. There is also considerable research to suggest that this fear […]

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