It was great to have the opportunity to sponsor the Chartered Institute of Credit Management evening event at the Spinnaker Tower on Wednesday night. Read more
It’s our 9th Birthday today, and what a nine years it has been! Read more
Guest Speaker: – David Smith
- Economics Editor of The Sunday Times since 1989
- He was born and brought up in the West Midlands and studied at the Universities of Wales, Oxford and London.
- David Smith is the author of several books, including The Rise and Fall of Monetarism; Mrs Thatcher’s Economics, and many more.
- Awards include:
The Harold Wincott Senior Financial Journalist of the Year Award
The 2013 Economics Commentator of the Year Award
2014 Business Journalist of the Year Award in the London Press Awards
- He has his own website www.economicsuk.com
Chilworth Partnership will be hosting its next Annual Business Breakfast Event on Thursday the 21st November at St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton. Starting at 7.30am. With guest speaker David Smith, the Economics Editor of The Sunday Times since 1989, where he writes a weekly column.
So, if you’re looking to get an insider perspective & prediction on the economy ~ pre / post-Brexit ~ then make sure you secure your space. To do so, please message us direct or at info@ChilworthPartnership.co.uk
Great to see both the Chilworth Partnership and Venture Recruitment teams joining forces on Wednesday night for the Quantuma Annual Quiz Read more
Do you need to boost employee morale in your team/company? Having a high standard of employee morale can have a huge positive affect on businesses, it gives people a reason to come into work besides ‘needing the money’. It may also prevent employees leaving early, calling in sick and having a low work ethic. Read more
Whether you are using a recruitment company or handling recruitment internally – finding top candidates for the role is your main priority! After advertising a role, you may become bombarded with applications which may be overwhelming. We have developed a shortlisting guide to ensure your company secures the top talent. Read more
For most of us, negotiating a new offer may be a very uncomfortable process, but if handled well a little discomfort may be a price worth paying. This is normally your best chance to increase your earnings and advance your career.
Evidence clearly shows that moving to a new employer offers you the greatest chance of enhancing your earnings as well as your learning. The average salary increase you can expect to make when changing employers is 10-15%. Very few employers will offer that sort of increase to retain a valued employee.