Procurement in the fast lane

Five or ten years ago, the job spec for a good procurement candidate was easy to write out. CIPS qualified with technical or supply chain experience. Good at driving a deal, focused on the bottom line, excellent numerical and analytical […]

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Five tips for making job adverts women-friendly

  The UK population is split 50:50 into women and men, yet we still don’t see that same representation in organisations, and even less so at Board level. Let’s be clear: there are no excuses for the lack of women […]

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Bramwith word cloud

We made a word cloud based on interviews with Bramwith staff about what it’s like working here, the company vision and ethos and how we work with clients and candidates. Good to see that ‘people’ and ‘relationships’ really are at […]

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Counter offers: are they worth it?

New article on counter offers by our MD Saffa Ayub now up on Procurement Leaders website. Most advice on counter offers suggests that those who accept will be back on the jobs market again soon. So should an employer ever […]

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Mental Health Awareness Week

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week (May 14 – 20) and as an active member of Business in the Community (BiTC), we’re promoting BiTC’s National Employee Mental Wellbeing Survey 2018. Now in its third year, this is the UK’s biggest survey of mental health at work. […]

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Marathon success & celebrations

Here’s our Friday lunch club celebrating a successful April and a great London Marathon run by our Global Director Ben Riley. Ben completed the course on April 22nd in 4 hours 21 minutes despite record temperatures. He was running for the Anaphylaxis Campaign which […]

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Amit Desai promoted to Director

We’re delighted to announce that Bramwith Senior Manager Amit Desai has been promoted to Director. Amit has been with Bramwith for seven years and is a huge asset to the team, winning praise from both candidates and clients for his […]

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Leaving London: are workers really abandoning the capital?

Leaving London: are workers really abandoning the capital for cities like Bristol & Birmingham? And what does this mean for recruiters? Bramwith MD Saffa Ayub has written an article for  Recruiter magazine, analysing recent reports of a mass exodus: http://www.recruiter.co.uk/opinion/2018/04/leaving-london-are-workers-really-abandoning-capital

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