Latest from Venn Group - March 2019

  • Sun, Sand & Recruitment

    Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by Bethany ConwayNo comments

    It’s that time of year where if you haven’t already booked your holiday, you’re in the midst of considering your options. Whether you want an all-inclusive beach break or a log cabin in the Alps, it’s one of the most exciting parts of the year. I’m quickly realising that there is an art to planning your getaways. Luckily for us recruiters, we can generally get a bargain outside of peak season. ...

  • Sponsoring Sophie

    Posted on Monday, March 11, 2019 by Venn GroupNo comments

    Last year saw phenomenal success for Venn Group’s very own karate star, Sophie Powell. Backed by Venn Group sponsorship, she achieved an impressive haul of silverware, topped off by two bronze medals at the KSI World Championships last July. Even more impressively, she did all this while continuing her pivotal role as a Senior Consultant in our Midlands office. The coming year holds great promise ...

  • Balance for Better

    Posted on Friday, March 8, 2019 by Maire GerrardNo comments

    When it comes to success, the concept of balance is a recurring theme. Overdoing anything, regardless of whether it is intrinsically a good thing, can lead to problems. Most would therefore derive that a balanced approach to life is the best way for sustained attainment. Not just applicable to our individual achievements, a balance of people and their relative skills and attributes applies to the ...

  • Louis Pearson Promotion

    Posted on Thursday, March 7, 2019 by Venn GroupNo comments

    A huge congratulations to our latest Senior Executive Consultant, Louis Pearson. We asked Louis, his Manager and Associate Director for comment on this brilliant achievement: “Louis’ exceptional progression during his time at Venn Group is testament to both his hard work and ability. He has hit 7 milestones on our internal progression scheme, ‘Pathways and Milestones’, and earned himself 3 ...

  • Spring Clean your Outlook

    Posted on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 by Maire GerrardNo comments

    After the seemingly endless months of January and February, winter is firmly behind us. As we enter a new season, we are surrounded by evidence of a transition. Branches that were previously bare are starting to bloom, and soon enough there will be the presence of new-born livestock across our green spaces. Combined with the promise of longer days and – hopefully – better weather, the emergence ...