deverellsmith offer strategic recruitment services across all disciplines of the property industry. We cater for all levels of seniority and provide individuals on a permanent, temporary, contract and interim basis.
2022 is the year of opportunity; the sector and wider society has gone from bust to boom. Every business is looking to capitalise on the market’s success, and ultimately asking: when will the bounce back regress?
The ‘talent shortage’ has hit the headlines: from low supply of oil resulting in extensive queueing at petrol stations to The Open University reporting the skills shortage will cost organisations £6.3 billion in lack of resources and missed opportunities.
Since the start of the pandemic, the recruitment landscape has certainly faced its challenges. As a result, we are having more and more conversations about the best ways to attract and retain the best talent in the market post-covid
deverellsmith announce new location operating across the Midlands from April 2021. The office will specialise in the recruitment of sales and marketing professionals in the real estate sector across the Midlands region.
Whether you are a land buyer, land manager or a development manager, demand and supply of land and development jobs will always be determined by political and economic external influences and the development cycle.
Whilst Britain may be one of the most culturally diverse nations in Europe, diversity in property still has a long way to go to fully represent the UK population. The issues of occupational inequality and the barriers to entry into the industry, has been well-documented but, despite a much-lauded rhetoric about focusing on diversity, the industry has continued to fall short in shrinking the disparity between male and female employees, the disability and cultural employment gap and championing support for those from LGBT communities.
Whether you are an experienced manager or stepping into a leadership role for the first time, we all need a little bit of inspiration, motivation and a fresh perspective from time to time, which is why we’ve compiled a reading list to help you achieve just that. Don’t worry, this isn’t your run-of-the-mill, dry business literature – instead, these books are genuinely a good and entertaining read and well worth your time
LinkedIn has grown to become the ‘go-to’ networking tool for both B2B and B2C companies and professionals from all industries. With over 500m users, over half of which are active monthly, the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals at the touch of a button has never been easier.
Before you consider whether you should become a chartered surveyor, read our guide and overview on the benefits of becoming RICS accredited. Our latest research has found that RICS qualified professionals earn on average 23% more than the property industry average.
In this informative episode of devcast… deverellsmith’s Client Solution Director, Julian Murray, is joined by expert employment lawyer and partner of diversity focused law firm Travers Smith, Adam Wyman, to speak about the changes coming in April 2020.
Jonathan Richards, Recruitment Business Partner at Knight Frank, was the first guest to step up to ‘breakfast with devtalks…’ hosted this morning at the company’s London offices by CEO Andrew Deverell-Smith.
After a high flying career as a real estate lawyer, Stephen Marks swapped the corporate carpet for a yoga mat to engage in a new career in mindfulness and well-being. Not just to people but buildings too as a healthy building consultant to the property industry.
The founder of PeopleWise, Dr Belinda Board, is a world-renowned business psychologist and executive coach practitioner, specialising in leadership potential, assessment and development, individual and collective behaviour change, strategic thinking, cultural and gender diversity and psychometric tool design.
The ability for property businesses to be able to react swiftly to market changes is proving more vital than ever. And whilst there are many ways organisations can adapt their business model to a challenging economic climate, some overheads are harder to temper than others.
Every single one of us in our day to day working lives helps to shape the future of UK property. Today’s built environment is testament to the centuries of hard work and persistence from inspiring and influential personalities.