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Mountain Monday?

How do you feel when Monday rolls around how do you feel? Is it a chore? Or are you ready to conquor another week?

National Business Women’s Day with Vicky Tate

The business world is changing and there are more and more movements to recruit and place more women in senior positions with in organisations. 22ndSeptember 2018 is National Business Women’s day and to celebrate we caught up with Vicky Tate, our recruitment director for Hertfordshire and Middlesex for a chat on how she has grown with in Rayner Personnel.

I quit! Should you ever persuade an employee to stay?

With experienced talent in high demand, my team is increasingly seeing agency bosses refusing to take a resignation lying down and making a counter-offer to entice top performing staff to stay.

Well-known industry figure joins leading recruiter

Specialist property recruiter Rayner Personnel has added another seasoned professional to its fast-growing network with the award of its south-west franchise to Chris March.

Agency owner gets in the swing of estate agency recruitment with Rayner Personnel franchise

Matt brings thirty years’ experience to the fast-expanding estate agency recruitment specialist. Before setting up his eponymous firm eleven years ago, he worked for Gascoigne-Pees where he spent four years as area sales manager.

Career estate agent snaps up Rayner Personnel’s north-west London franchise

Ian owes his estate agency career to a bad case of chicken pox, which led to him missing his A Levels.

How to lead the next generation of property professional

And as a generation that came of age after the 2008 financial crisis and have never known a world without the internet, they have very different expectations about jobs and money.

Staff retention can be a taxing issue

For this reason, January is typically crunch time for online agents.

Rayner Personnel takes licensing route to growth as it reveals ambitious growth target

The company will achieve this by hugely increasing the number of licensees working in its regional franchises, which now cover most of the UK.

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