MD Simon Roderick was quoted in this feature investigating the various reasons older workers have reconsidered their working lives after Covid.
'Simon Roderick, MD of financial services recruitment firm Fram Search, says this generation of workers have also been big beneficiaries of the huge house price rises of the late 90s and early 2000s. “Many have built up large amounts of equity, or been able to pay off their mortgage early, and this has given them the opportunity to pursue other interests,” he says.'
MD Simon Roderick not to hold yourself back in this article:
“The first thing about applying for your dream job, is to actually apply instead of holding yourself back and worrying! Have the confidence to think “If not me, then who?” Back yourself though and you may be surprised at the outcome.”
Our friends at SK Financial asked Kelly Biggar, head of our wealth management practice ot give her thoughts on the job market in the latest issue of SKQ.
"Growth, resignations, retirement brought on by pandemic changes and perhaps Brexit (although skills shortages seem global) means candidates currently have more choice. We feel prospects for candidates will remain strong for some time within financial services. However, dark clouds are gathering in the wider economy and the appalling situation in the Ukraine are only adding to the economic headwinds."
MD Simon Roderick gave his views in this article:
“You only have one chance to make a first impression, and so I’d recommend to everyone to get involved in the debates of the day, but to do it thoughtfully and respectfully. LinkedIn is a digital version of the real world. So I’d advise those keen to increase their profile to comment, network, and engage with others.”
MD Simon Roderick gave his views in this article on resigning gracefully:
"Most industries are small, the firm you're leaving may one day buy the firm you're joining, and so being seen as professional right until the end of your employment is key".
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