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WHERE WE CAME FROM We didn’t start out to reinvent the recruitment industry but rather refine it and add value by taking a consultative approach to executive search. We started with the aim of focusing entirely on the customer, steering away from cold recruitment strategies so we could concentrate on our passion – connecting real people. Situated in a rural setting surrounded by beautiful countryside, we wanted to define a strong team culture by providing the best possible working environment for our employees. Despite the close-knit team we’ve created here, our business spans far and wide, both nationally and internationally. WHO WE ARE Our people have always been an integral part of the ever-growing Collingwood family and we surround ourselves with experienced, dynamic professionals. Our ethos is present in everything we do, from finding you the perfect candidate to investing in our own staff. We don’t just sell our values, we practice what we preach - putting all who work here at the heart of everything we do.

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Liverpool’s Ten Streets plan could take step closer

Liverpool has got some fabulous schemes in the pipeline, continuing the great work that has been completed to date. This latest scheme...

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Could Google Glass be the answer to improving manufacturing efficiency?

An interesting challenge sometimes overlooked when considering Industry 4.0 strategies is the physical interface between the increasingly...

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Forget KPI's, processes and the employee manual - how about building some good old fashioned trust!

I'm about to undermine my title here because I actually like targets and there is no getting around the fact that performance and...

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Top performer? Six CV tips to make your potential clear

Because I’m nosy, I really enjoy reviewing some CVs. Many fascinate, engage and are really easy to read. However, every couple of days or...

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Why should an employee go the extra mile?

I just need to start by saying I am not disagreeing with anything in the quoted article, the article is dealing with a very valid topic...

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Gain better commitment during the interview process

OK, I realise that the below article is likely to hit a raw nerve with some hiring business owners and senior decision makers, but bear...

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Javid announces methodology to assess local housing need

Communities secretary Sajid Javid has launched a consultation on the government’s proposals for calculating local housing need as the...

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10 horrible hiring practices that drive great candidates away

No matter what type of business you lead, it is highly likely that its success will be based on the quality and performance of the people...

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What is going to happen in the next 25 years?

From the man who predicted voice technology, augmented reality, AI translators, a computer which would defeat a world class chess...

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North of England ‘needs 50,000 homes a year’

A new study by Homes for the North (a group of 19 housing associations) shows 500,000 homes are needed in the North to stop the ‘brain...

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London Housing Strategy - is modular the answer?

With the UK interest in modular/prefabricated housing obtaining more attention with the press continually report that it is the solution...

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Housing deficit and the need to innovate

Well done to London Mayor Sadiq Khans for his recent announcement of £1.7bn of funding deals with councils and housing associations to...

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PfP strikes deal with Hong Kong investors

A couple of weeks ago I posted an article about overseas investment soaring in the North West, this point isn’t just isolated to the...

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The rising advantage of public-private partnerships

Governments are increasingly turning to public-private partnerships in the United States,  with the aim of implementing public...

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