The Pacers are going! So are lots of other trains. So what’s my problem?
One of those stories where the technology isn’t working the way you think it would.
It happens even to the best of us, but that honestly doesn’t make me feel any better about it.
The dangers of drawing conclusions from incomplete data, as shown by the CIPR’s State of the Profession survey.
Reflecting on six months out of work (again).
When theory meets practice, who wins? Will it ever be the poor customer?
There are times when following process and procedure during recruitment makes you forget about the person at the other end. Here’s a couple of examples.
Bright new dawn, or the beginning of the end?
Customer engagement can be an exercise in futility – for both sides.
In London, you’re never more than six feet away from a rat. In Leeds, you’re never more than six metres away from an Uber…
Actually it will do no such thing, but it’s the lack of thought that counts.
Or, why are IT people so crap at communicating?
Sometimes, things should just work. When it comes to calendaring, they often don’t.
How difficult is it to set up your own web and email space? Well…
Information is power, which might be why the trains companies don’t like you having it.
You know you didn’t. But it can be difficult to prove.
The thing that affects all men of a certain age and waist size… belts.
Well… no. Because it’s not me, it’s you.
How long should the recruitment process last?
All I want is for a simple conditional to work…