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How female and male bosses work with their PAs differently

How do you work with your personal assistant? There’s no doubting that a PA can make a huge difference to an executive’s day-to-day life. From sorting out their diaries to organising travel, managing expenses and filtering inboxes, hiring a personal assistant can go a long way in freeing up your time and allowing you to

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The qualities of a great restaurant host

What makes a great host or hostess? As the first person a customer meets when they walk through a restaurant’s door, a host or hostess is one of the most critical positions within hospitality. They often control the entire flow of the restaurant and can set the tone for the diners’ complete experience, ensuring that

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How to integrate internal mobility into your workplace

What’s your business’ internal mobility strategy? In today’s candidate-led market, employers are needing to go above and beyond to secure the best talent. However, many organisations are overlooking a clear solution – their own workforce. Often, the best person for a role is already employed by a company, so it’s just a case of putting

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A guide to private household jobs

Just like any business, the private household requires a wide range of support positions to keep operations running smoothly. From a private household PA and butler, to a chauffeur, housekeeper and estate manager, there are many moving parts to ensure a seamless day-to-day experience for a UHNWI and their families. But do you know the

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Five skills needed for high-performing EA jobs

Having matched thousands of executive assistants with employers of choice over the years, we have a thorough understanding of just what it takes to become a high-performing administrative professional. We’ve been lucky enough to meet some of the best PAs and EAs in their field and, as such, have a unique insight into the skills

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Four ways to look after the mental health of your hospitality workers

Mental health continues to be a salient issue across the modern workplace, and the hospitality sector is no different. With long hours, high-pressure working environments and a need to be constantly ‘on’, working in a hotel, café, bar or restaurant can challenge the mental wellbeing of even the happiest of workers. A snapshot of the

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Four skills you need for the jobs of tomorrow

Thanks to technological advancements and shifting societal attitudes, the employment landscape has shifted irreversibly in the last 10 years. However, with the advent of the millennial and Generation Z workforces, as well as the encroachment of AI and automation on working processes, the workplace of the future is set to transform even further. So how

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The importance of onboarding in a private household

A fantastic onboarding process, in a business or when recruiting for a private household, can make the difference between an employee enjoying their role and feeling like they’ve made the wrong choice. What is onboarding? Onboarding is the process of integrating a new employee into an organisation. It differs from orientation in that it covers

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In review: HIDE

The basics 85 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NB 0203 1468 666 hide.co.uk A snapshot Behind the imposing wooden doors at 85 Piccadilly sits a three-level culinary extravaganza, dedicated to celebrating the finest ingredients and the very best in technique. With room for 180 covers spread across three floors and an all-day dining offering, HIDE has something

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Should you temp in the City of London?

When it comes to looking for a temporary job in London, it can be hard to know where to start. However, for those looking for a role in the financial, banking or legal industries, the first (and sometimes only) stop should be the Square Mile. The City of London is home to some of the

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