Creating a Great Working Environment

One big misconception in the workplace is the belief that an employee’s experience and skill set is the fundamental attribute to the employee reaching full potential and performance levels. An employee’s level of performance in the workplace is highly influenced by...

Poor Connectivity Issues

 A report by the telecoms firm Daisy Group found that 47% of managers thought they rarely or never suffered from poor connectivity, when in fact companies are experiencing an average of 45 minutes downtime every week.How much is poor connectivity and downtime...

Employment Law Update: October 2015

A new ‘Living Wage’? On 1st October the National Minimum Wage rose to £6.70 per hour for those aged 21 and over. An increase in the rate happens every October, of course, but next year we will enter new territory. In April 2016 a special supplement will be added to...

Updates From The Langley James HQ

We’ve been very busy behind the scenes recently working hard on some exciting new projects, and felt it was time to share some of our updates and developments! For over 15 years Langley James have been providing bespoke IT recruitment for organisations of all sizes...

Three Tips for Avoiding Ageism When Recruiting

A recent poll by Mercer found that only a minority of employers monitor practices for age discrimination. Dealing correctly with ageism in the workplace and particularly in the recruitment process is an important part of organisational diversity, so we look at some of...