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9th, January 2018
advice for facilities management interviews

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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4th, April 2017

Article 50: What Happens Next?

Posted in Comments, Recruitment

In a historic moment Theresa May triggered Article 50 which marks the beginning of negotiations for the exit of the UK from the EU. The UK has been a member of the EU since 1973 which is a 44 year relationship that will need to be untangled. Abba summed it up when they sang ‘Breaking […]

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13th, March 2017

How do Business Rate Changes Affect Facilities Management Companies?

Posted in Facilities Management, News & PR

As you would have heard by now, business rates in the UK are changing this year. Starting next month, companies across the country could see either a great reduction in or a harsh spike in their rates. Either way, these changes are going to have a massive effect on businesses everywhere. So what exactly is […]

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25th, November 2016

Top Interview Questions

Posted in Candidate

Top Interview Questions Most interviews are a professional two way exchange led by the interviewer. There is usually an expectation by the person running the interview that the candidate will want to ask questions either throughout the meeting, or perhaps at the end.   In fact, it is usual practice for this to be explained in the […]

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19th, July 2016

Impact of Brexit on Business and Recruitment

Posted in Facilities News, Recruitment

In late June 2016, the people of Britain voted to leave the European Union. Since the leave vote, the pound has fallen to a 31-year low against the dollar; due to David Cameron’s resignation, Britain has a new prime minister, the stock market fell dramatically and Investment Bank Goldman Sachs has made the grave prediction […]

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