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The Ethical Recruiter: Certified B Corporation - positively disrupting recruitment
47 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
It's B-Corp month! Highlighting our favourite purpose-driven business leaders that we enjoy being the recruiter for!
It's B-Corp month. We decided we needed to assemble our favourite purpose-driven businesses for their insights on this special occasion! During this conversation, you'll hear Paul, Dave and Patrick chat with Masami Sato, Paul Hargreaves and Gareth Dinnage. There are now nearly four thousand B-Corp certified businesses with a large chunk of those being in the UK. It's fair to say the movement is growing, but more needs to be done to champion this worthwhile goal to aim for. That's why we decided to revisit this subject with some previous Ethical Recruiter guests. Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page.
49 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Celebrating the ladies of Ellis Knight: a female perspective on mental health, being an ethical recruiter, workplace culture, the value of university and being a working mum
It's International Women's Day on Monday. For this reason, we decided it was definitely time for celebrating the ladies of Ellis Knight! They're the heart and soul of our business, and how we're able to position ourselves as an ethical recruiter. Without them, we'd be at a total loss. During this conversation, you'll hear Paul, Dave and Patrick chat with Emma, Sammie, Maddie, and Stephanie! They cover a lot of ground. Emma shares her experiences of dealing with mental health, and her joys of being involved with our partners at B1G1. We hear from Sammie about first impressions, company culture, and general workplace 'bants'. Maddie shares her thoughts on the value of university. And Stephanie, who is our resident marketing genius shares her story of gaining worldly experience via a stop in Australia, before coming on board with Ellis Knight. Follow the ladies on Linkedin here: Sammie Emma Maddie Stephanie Topics covered: The importance of considering mental health in the workplace. Balancing work life with motherhood. Our partnership with B1G1. Company culture. Being an ethical recruiter Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page.
52 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Running a blemish-free business: the mental health battle that inspired Warpaint founder Danny Gray to face the demons and Dragons
Do you cover your battle scars with war paint? The chances are, if you're a man who's reading this, you've never considered the idea of doing the morning routine of applying make up. Danny Gray, founder of War Paint For Men wants to start a movement. He's trying to shift attitudes towards using make up being a woman-only ritual. He's been doing it for years now, and he claims that men wearing make up isn't anything that new, it's just been stigmatised in modern times. During this powerful conversation, you'll hear how Danny came to become the fashion and mental health powerhouse, that he's now become. You'll hear how he made the decision to rise up against his bullies, and combat the self-doubt they'd planted in the playground. In this episode of The Ethical Recruiter, Paul, Dave and Patrick chat with Danny about the pain he's endured, and how he's converted that into strength. He tells the story of how an appearance on popular BBC television show Dragons' Den led to a surge in fortune, and some incredible connections including entertainer Stephen Fry. Topics covered: The bullying over Danny's ears (5m) The meeting with the bully (8m) The benefits of male skin care (11m) Starting out in work (21m) Going on Dragons' Den (24m) Collaborations with Norwich FC and Stephen Fry (31m) Dealing with imposter syndrome (34m) Handling the business (37m) Danny's Quickfire Round (46m) Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page.
55 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
Have you got what it takes? Career, relationships and even parental skill - all of it comes down to your male mentor - Dr Richard Kay talks about the problem with fatherlessness
What was your upbringing like? Did you have your father around growing up? Do you realise the impact on those who didn't? In this episode of The Ethical Recruiter, Paul, Dave and Patrick chat with Dr Richard Kay, the founder of Chapter2. He shares his own story of growing up in a loving home, and the benefits he admits he enjoyed from that experience. He also talks about the impact that growing up fatherless can have on a young boy. He explains how important mentoring can be for a young boy's development, and talks us through the ways we can help. He also mentions a relevant film that's close to this topic. You can watch the trailer, here. Topics covered: Richard's love of Swindon Town back in his youth (6m) Growing up with an inspirational father (10m) The theory of "have you got what it takes?" and Richard's time at university (13m) Dave's personal Dad story (16m) Mentoring your own children (17m) Stats about fatherlessness' (24m) Changing attitudes to relational poverty (26m) The work/life balance (29m) All about Chapter2, the why, and how to get involved (35m) Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page.
51 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Random meeting with a recruiter in Germany: sliding door moments and graduating the university of life for international careers - Karen Williams OBE from Buddy Bag Foundation talks about the European recruitment opportunity that changed her life!
When it comes to what "The Ethical Recruiter" podcast is about, it doesn't come more 'on-brand' than this episode! Karen Williams OBE is the epitome of exceeding expectations and proving a careers advisor wrong! In this episode of the recruitment podcast that's NOT a recruitment podcast, we learn how an immediate disconnect with conventional education led to an incredible once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Listen as Karen describes the thought-process behind her transition from would-be carpenter, to CEO of one of the most wonderful of life-changing charities in the UK, Buddy Bag Foundation. You'll also hear the origin story of network marketing behemoth Utility Warehouse, and you'll discover the reason she and her then husband set that business up. Topics covered: Thoughts on university education and the alternative of an apprenticeship (16m) The value of a 'university of life' education (18m) Returning to the UK (19m) The beginnings of Utility Warehouse (26m) What is Buddy Bag? (36m) The Buddy Bag 'Challenge Box' (40m) How to get involved in Buddy Bag on a corporate level, and why you should do so (44m) Getting an OBE (45m) Karen's 'Quickfire' Round (47m) Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page. Choose a specific episode: Gavin Shinfield Lorraine Kingsley Gareth Dinnage Steve Malkin Paul Morgan Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes (opens your favourite app) Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
54 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
The art of running a purposeful business: Kyan, a company built around doing good work that's in tune with its staff
People like Gavin Shinfield don't come around very often. This is a man who as a youngster grabbed life by the horns, absorbed as much culture as possible, and then set himself on the path to purposeful business. He lives and breathes CSR, and that's why we had to have him on the podcast. For this episode of Ellis Knight's The Ethical Recruiter, the business podcast that's NOT about recruitment, Paul, Dave and Patrick chat to Gavin about his story behind the foundations of Kyan. Topics covered: Gavin's parents plunging him into a childhood growing up in Saudi Arabia. His take on education and how he felt it impacted on his career. How he managed to convert a friend from his formative years into a business partner. His studies in Italy. Gavin's lightbulb moment that led to a realisation he wanted to get 'adulting' with his art. Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page. Choose a specific episode: Lorraine Kingsley Gareth Dinnage Steve Malkin Paul Morgan Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes (opens your favourite app) Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
54 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Flushing away poverty: Toilet Twinning, the charity that wants to get the whole planet properly sanitised
When did you last go to the toilet? Bet it was in the past few hours? It's ok, we don't need the details! Imagine if you couldn't go to the toilet. At least not into a fit for purpose bowl. Not only would it make you uncomfortable, it would also be quite risky, health wise. That's the problem that a lot of countries around the world face. Toilet Twinning are doing their part to fix this. During this episode of Ellis Knight's The Ethical Recruiter, the business podcast that's NOT about recruitment, Paul, Dave and Patrick chat with Lorraine Kingsley about her remarkable story. After starting off as a young media professional with dreams of working for the BBC, she eventually found her way into the charity sector. She swapped microphones for fundraising and the rest is history. Topics covered: Lorraine's early life as a radio presenter and her near miss in an armed stand off in Gambia! Her views on whether she felt university helped her career. What led her from being a gifted writer to getting stuck in with the NGO space. Her approach to meeting the charity's Sustainable Development Goals. Why she feels so passionate about Toilet Twinning, and the brilliant work it's doing! Useful links you might want to check out after listening: Lorraine's sermon The Toilet Twinning song An Introduction to Toilet Twinning Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page. Choose a specific episode: Gareth Dinnage Steve Malkin Paul Morgan Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes (opens your favourite app) Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
47 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Saving the world by filling it with better colours: Seacourt, the B Corp positive printing business
As a Planet Mark accredited business, (listen to Planet Mark's Steve Malkin on The Ethical Recruiter, here) Ellis Knight International Recruitment are big fans of like-minded companies. That's why we knew we had to chat with the boss of B Corp accredited Seacourt, whose strapline is 'Planet Positive Printing'! Gareth Dinnage lives and breathes sustainability and environmental awareness. This is another fun and humorous conversation between a bunch of men who have a lot in common. However, there is a serious question at the heart of all this: What more can we do to help the global fight to save our planet? This episode answers that question... Topics covered: Gareth's 'connection' to one half of a well-known footballing brotherhood. His chosen career path and how loyalty and persistence paid off. What led him to taking Seacourt on the journey to sustainability. How easy it is to make an immediate change, right now. Useful links you might want to check out after listening: The Queen's Awards Seacourt's website The Better Business Pack that Gareth mentioned Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": All episodes listed on our Podcast page. Choose a specific episode: Steve Malkin Paul Morgan Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes (opens your favourite app) Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
65 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Leaving a positive mark on the planet: Planet Mark CEO Steve Malkin tells his story of racing between cars and sustainability
This isn't an episode about sustainability. It isn't even really an episode about business. Yes, it has sustainability within business as its central theme. And, indeed the subject's discussed all the way through. However, this episode is actually all about love. Planet Mark CEO Steve Malkin himself even points that out. During this hilarious but also heart-warming conversation, Steve shares his story of growing up, enjoying family holidays in Kent, and discovering a love for engineering in his school days. This passion carried him through university, and a career in motor racing, both in the cars and trackside. It wasn't long before he started getting recognised for his talent at getting things done, using press and marketing skills. He then started on the path to where he is now - helping businesses discover how they can contribute towards reducing carbon and saving the planet as well as their own profit margins. Ellis Knight is a proudly certified Planet Mark company and so we couldn't resist getting Steve on to chat with Paul, Patrick and Dave. Even we couldn't have predicted how much laughter would be shared in this unmissable episode. #sharethelove Topics covered: Steve's experience in motor racing and how that impacted on how he does business. How he came to organise charity Guinness World Record Events. What led Steve Malkin to want to do something to tackle climate change. His close working working relationship with Eden Project's Sir Tim Smit. How easy it is to commit your company, no matter how small, to helping save the planet. Useful links you might want to check out after listening: Hothouse creative leadership programme - Eden Project, Cornwall Taking the first step to making a difference Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": Paul Morgan Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
65 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
Holding hands as a hospice: Fundraiser Paul Morgan talks us through the inspiration and vision behind his work at Naomi House and Jacksplace
Can you imagine the pain of having to say goodbye to your child, decades before you expected to? That's the challenge faced by those who benefit most from the hard work that Paul Morgan and his colleagues are doing. Paul's is a story worth hearing. You won't just learn more about Naomi House and Jacksplace and the incredible value they're bringing to the world. You'll also learn more about Paul, and why he does what he does. Our hope is that you'll feel inspired to undertake a similar mission once you've heard him tell his story. What he's experienced that's brought him to where he is. Why he continues to fight against the obstacles such as Covid. We're not suggesting you drop everything and go into fundraising. We're simply suggesting you think about where you are, and how you can get to where you know you need to be. Warning: You WILL cry while listening. Topics covered: Paul's Christian upbringing and how he feels it's shaped his vision. His fascinating story of maritime mission work which eventually took him to party capital, New Orleans! His non-judgemental approach to different cultures. What brought him to Naomi House, and the reasons he stays. The important difference between the commonly believed purpose, and the actual purpose, of a hospice. The heartwarming story of Jayden and "Spider Dad." Useful links you might want to check out after listening: How to donate The letter to Amelia, in full The incredible "Spider Dad" clip The "Dune" trailer Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": Masami Sato Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
2 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Director of fundraising and communication at Naomi House and Jacksplace, Paul Morgan
Tomorrow, the boys are joined by Paul Morgan, the director of fundraising at Naomi House and Jacksplace. Click here to subscribe and make sure you don't miss it!
15 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
From band to business: The Ethical Recruiter talks to Ellis Knight's senior account manage Shaun Flanagan about his fascinating story of a musical dream realised
We're a diverse bunch at Ellis Knight International Recruitment. We've got ex pro-footballers, amateur actors and even heavy metal band members! In this special New Year episode, we're breaking format to bring you the fascinating story of senior account manager Shaun Flanagan. Shaun's toured the world with his melodic heavy metal band "High Hopes", and played to crowds in North America and Asia. Listen as Shaun tells us all about how music has been a major part of his life, and how it's brought him into recruitment. Links: YouTube Shaun in the news
65 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
Christmas cracker jokes, and reflections on the recruitment year: The Ethical Recruiter looks back on 2020, and predicts what's in store in 2021
2020 has been a challenging but insightful year for all of us. In this special bonus Christmas themed episode, we wanted to share a bit more of a free-form, fun and festive conversation with you. We wanted to use this quieter period to offer you some suitable conversation which we hope will get you in the mood to shut down your emails, stop processing your invoices, and instead join with us in reflecting on what 2020 has brought to businesses in the UK. Whether in recruitment or otherwise, we're sure you'll be able to relate to our story. As ethical recruiters, we're proud of how we managed the past twelve months. So, grab a mince pie and a brandy, sit back, and join us in a fun, silly chat, that's mostly filled with so-terrible-they're-brilliant Christmas cracker style Dad jokes from Paul, heart-warming fundraising efforts from Dave, and Patrick's Christmas cooking tips. Oh, and there's a little bit of stuff about the podcast in there, too.....
65 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Running your business for good: how B1G1 is helping to create a world full of giving
Have you set up the business you dreamed of running? Or are you spending every spare moment planning and preparing your own business to get going in the future? Whichever one applies to you, have you at any point considered how you can use that business to do good in the world? To create change? To have impact? To contribute to a more positive world full of giving? In this episode of "The Ethical Recruiter", Paul, Dave and Patrick talk with Masami Sato, founder of B1G1, a global impacts project which was set up with the following question in mind; “What if every business could make a difference in their own way, just by doing what they normally do?” You'll learn how easy it is to help people far worse off than yourself simply by doing the things you're already doing anyway. How you can help RIGHT NOW: Sign up, and make a difference! The team at Ellis Knight International Recruitment have rallied together with our friends at B1G1 to create the virtual christmas run. It's completely free to enter, and not only can you win prizes, but you'll also be contributing massively to the world. Click this to get your tickets. Topics covered: Masami's childhood in Japan, and her initial fears of the word being a scary place. The food industry, and its contribution to the overall B1G1 vision. Her move to Australia and New Zealand, setting up businesses. Falling pregnant, living a simple life and literally growing children in food packaging. Masami's thoughts on the importance of gratitude, honesty, and doing something positive every day, to contribute. Why she thinks every business should obtain the "Impact Widget" and put it on their website. Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": Tony Carson Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
57 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Hospitality with Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal: how Tony Carson went from Fat Duck to Modern man
As a recruitment company we're always impressed by the many go-getters we meet. There are very few people who go-get like Tony Carson. Growing up in Berkshire, he didn't have the easiest of starts. At a young age, he suffered with parental tragedy, and serious health scares. His academic career wasn't hugely inspired, either. But he didn't let any of that stop him. Tony's story is a massively inspiring one for any business owner or passionate employee who wants to reach excellence. Having made a name for himself in Michelin starred restaurants, Tony now looks down at the New York skyline on a daily basis, thanks to his excellence in hospitality. Listen to Tony's story as he describes his ordeal of dealing with a difficult boss early on in his career, finding a mentor he could truly connect with, and reaching goals beyond his dreams, working with some of the best in the hospitality business including Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal. Tony also talks about his process of dealing with mental health issues, stemming from his high pressure role being the boss of a highly rated New York restaurant. This is a wonderful. funny and insightful podcast episode for anyone who wants to be inspired to achieve more. You can learn more about The Modern and even keep an eye on their available careers options, here. Topics covered: Tony's early years in Bracknell. Leaving school to start in hospitality. Tony's first true mentor. Working with Gordon Ramsay. Moving on to Heston Blumenthal. The leadership skills he's learned and his inspirations. His move to New York. How mental health affects him. His coping mechanisms while dealing with the pressures of running successful New York restaurant "The Modern". Tony's Linkedin Listen to previous guests of "The Ethical Recruiter": Catherine McLeod Simone Hindmarch Paul Hargreaves All episodes Leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app. Follow us on Podchaser
59 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
Tsunami survival and communist cheers in Sri Lanka: how the drama of life in South East Asia led to a drive to positively disrupt special needs provisions in early years. Catherine McLeod of Dingley's Promise tells her fascinating story.
Can you imagine a life where one moment you're being celebrated by a communist party, and the next, you're hearing national radio broadcasts from a government asking its people to spy on you? It sounds like something from a movie, but this was life for Catherine McLeod, CEO of Dingley's Promise. Catherine's story is one of pure positive disruption, so you can probably already guess how excited we were to chat with her. Ellis Knight and Catherine have worked together a lot, but even we didn't know all the incredible and inspirational stories she had to tell. You'll learn about how she only narrowly escaped a tragic death thanks to a family timings fumble, as well as the challenges she faced with trying to do her job in a territory that placed bureaucracy above results. Dingley's Promise was originally set up in 1983 and later officially registered as a charity at Reading's Royal Berkshire Hospital, before eventually moving to its own larger space and forming a limited company. That was a decade ago. Dingley’s vision is for an early years centre that delivers "life changing support to under 5’s with special educational needs & disabilities and their families". They achieve this by providing people with specialist skills who can not only create learning through play, but also offer the families the necessary support. The charity is doing a lot to progress the space, taking on processes and people that make work there a much better and more rewarding experience. They're also big on diversity and inclusion (D&I) and so as a recruitment company with a focus on striving for more of that, we're big fans! And, as you'll hear, Catherine is also tremendous fun. In this episode, we feature her appearance in a quirky national competition! (Pictured) (Link to the original video in 'Topics covered', below). Anyone interested in talking to Catherine about how to help Dingley's Promise on a corporate level should not be afraid to get in touch. She's extremely warm and friendly, and always keen to chat with local business leaders. You can learn more about Catherine and how to contact her on this page of her website, here. If after listening you've decided you want to help (and why wouldn't you?!) here's the page where you can do that. Topics covered: Her relationship with Basingstoke. Catherine's unique university choice. Teaching in Vietnam. Her narrow escape from death in a tsunami disaster. What brought her back to the UK. Her honour over being awarded an MBE. Her decision to get involved with Dingley's Choice. How Covid impacted on charities. The importance of balance between leadership and 'having fun'! The Dorset 'knob eating' contest! Her thoughts on mental health provisions and what companies need to do more of in this field. Some ideas on how cash-strapped generous people can still support Dingley's Promise. Follow Dingley's Promise on social media: Twitter Insta Facebook
59 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
An olympic mindset and approach to business and climate change: how can you apply a winner's mentality to your office? Commercial Group's Simone Hindmarch reveals her process
You don't have to be an Olympian to win at business, but it definitely helps. This episode is for you if you want to learn what it takes to have the discipline and mindset of an Olympic champion. During this conversation, things get real when the lads chat with Commercial Group's Simone Hindmarch. Simone set up the £60m organisation with her brother Arthur back in 1991. They provide the stuff that helps businesses run smoothly. This can be pens and paper or even the design of your walls. We were absolutely desperate to learn the story of how Simone came to head up this incredible team of people, having started out as a internationally renowned swimmer who represented her country. There's a lot to admire about the way Commercial do things. There's a great deal they're aligned with us on. For instance, they like to approach their recruitment process in a sustainable and socially valuable way. As a forward-thinking, positively disruptive and ethical recruiter, this is music to our ears! You can learn more about Simone and her team on their website. Topics covered: How Simone started her swimming career. Her special relationship with her father and how that's still driving her today. How it felt to be able to share her success with her family. What she feels everyone needs to do to stay ahead of the competition. How a former US politician inspired her to transform her business almost overnight. Her advice for any business that's just getting started. Follow Commercial Group on social media: Twitter Linkedin
57 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Getting to the B Corp of purpose driven business: what IS B Corporation certification? And how does it help the planet and people? - Paul Hargreaves - Chief Exec of Cotswold Fayre and B Corporations ambassador
In this laugh-filled, disruptive and very inspiring business-savvy episode, the lads talk with B Corp's biggest UK fan, Paul Hargreaves. If you don't know what B Corp is, you'll definitely want to listen! Paul’s something of a pioneer in the world of purpose-driven business, having started with a vision: to put people before profit. He's also written a popular and best-selling book all about it. He's one of the founding members of the B Corporation certification initiative, which has origins in the US. He was inspired to get involved through the boss at high-end frozen food supplier, Cook. Ellis Knight are hoping to soon be certified as a B Corporation, so we’re delighted to welcome Cotswold Fayre Chief Executive Paul Hargreaves on the show, to explain it! In this conversation, you’ll hear how Paul came from the struggling north, worked his way up through business doing ‘normal’ jobs and rubbing shoulders with 'normal' people. You’ll also hear how he eventually took a trip to Africa that changed his perspective, and ultimately his life! There’s a lot to learn in this episode, and Paul isn’t afraid to give his views on subjects as diverse as the demise of capitalism, the danger of hiring the wrong kind of business coach, the value of ex prisoners, and how to have success in selling. But it’s not all seriousness. You’ll laugh along as you hear tales of river-sodden vehicles and backwards skiing. Topics covered: The origins of Cotswold Fayre and how a drive to make positive change led to the company's current ethos. Paul's humble start selling part time and the mistakes he learned from during that time. The importance of doing more as a business 'outside of the business', including charity work. The secret formula for the successful employment of ex prisoners. The truth about business plans and the importance of hiring a business coach or mentor when you're a start-up. How people don't want the flashy corporate jobs with the cool-sounding titles anymore! The unexpected transformative difference Paul made by visiting a Kenyan orphanage. The pandemic's legacy of shifting purchases back home to the community. You'll also hear what Cotswold Fayre has in common with big name brands like Body Shop and Ella's Kitchen
15 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Not going to uni: is university worth it? Can you make it in business without a degree? Also, we explore the staff view of the Ellis Knight difference!
Do you think that not going to university could hinder somebody's ability to do well? That's the question that's posed by The Ethical Recruiter's Paul Smith to the other lads, and to two staff members. First, we hear a funny story from Patrick about his uni days. Maddie didn't go to uni, and had no intention of doing so. Stephanie DID go to uni. How did they respond to the above question? Listen to find out. Dave reflects on the changes to the university journey. Also, the team talk about the clear differences between Ellis Knight and other recruitment companies. Maddie, Sammy, and Shaun give their own views.
17 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Our journey into recruitment!
The lads discuss the different ways in which they were drawn into the recruitment industry, and their hopes for moving things forward, positively. Listen as Paul, Dave and Patrick describe their thought processes when getting started in life. Dave reflects on his acting background, and how that has influenced the vision for Ellis Knight’s philanthropic outlook. Paul talks about his start working in a field he wasn’t really enjoying. Patrick reveals his upbringing which started outside of the UK! The lads also delve into the idea of the team having their own ‘walk on music’, and there are some surprising revelations on music choices from some of the members of the team. Listen out for senior account manager Shaun Flanagan’s tune of choice! Let us know if you need a paracetamol afterwards!
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