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Getting the best from your team

Written by RMI's MD, Ken Kemp. It’s not easy developing people.   It’s even more difficult if you have to run a desk yourself as well or have other key tasks other than simply managing a team. So what can you do?  The first place to start is put yourself in their...

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How to handle dirty tricks in negotiations

This is based on an article in one of our Recruitment Matters International newsletters which was provided by Huthwaite International. Here is the most commonly used dirty trick. It goes as follows: The other side tells you that they have an alternative supplier or...

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Every Cloud

Written by RMI's MD, Ken Kemp. John was a recruitment consultant. He went to his local butcher’s shop and asked for a really nice couple of pieces of steak as it was a special night - his wedding anniversary - and he wanted to cook a special meal to match the...

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Prioritise your time

Written by RMI's MD, Ken Kemp   Most of us probably use some sort of daily sheet where we assiduously write down all the things that we have to do each day and we dutifully cross off each item that we have completed. All the non-completed items simply pass to the next...

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10 things that will make you a better headhunter

This article was written by RMI’s CEO, Warren Kemp and first appeared in its entirety on www.kudos.training. One of the most widely used terms in recruitment is ‘headhunter’. That seems strange to me given that true headhunters make up a very small proportion of the...

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Guan Gong Yu and Recruitment

Written by RMI’s MD, Ken Kemp.   Some of you who know me will be aware that my hobby is buying and selling antiques, particularly if they’re a bit different and/or are of Asian origin. Once or twice a month, I can be found at a local antiques fair with my display of...

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