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Meet the team – Chris Pickles, Director
Meet the team – Chris Pickles, Director
by Chris Pickles
Posted in HR, Meet the Team
Chris Pickles joined Invenia Group as Director two years ago and supports the growth and development of the business across all areas, from culture and hiring to business development and driving revenue. You may know that he’s an experienced technology recruiter and leader; you may not know about his cooking skills or interesting choice of toast topping…
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Meet the team – Hollie Bevan, Recruitment Consultant
Meet the team – Hollie Bevan, Recruitment Consultant
by Hollie Bevan
Posted in HR, Meet the Team
Hollie Bevan joined Invenia Group in 2021 as part of our medical devices team, specialising in neurology medical devices. You may know that her background is in biomedical science; you may not know about her swimming prowess or recent musical achievement…
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Meet the team – Russell Stones, Senior Principal Consultant
Meet the team – Russell Stones, Senior Principal Consultant
by Russell Stones
Posted in HR, Meet the Team
Get to know the people behind the profiles in our ‘Meet the team’ series. Russell Stones joined Invenia Group two years ago and helps to grow commercial teams across all aspects of the dental industry, including equipment, imaging, prosthetics and orthodontics.
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Meet the team – Lewis Wilson, Gene Therapy Recruitment Consultant
Meet the team – Lewis Wilson, Gene Therapy Recruitment Consultant
by Lewis Wilson
Posted in HR, Meet the Team
Get to know the people behind the profiles in our ‘Meet the team’ series. Lewis Wilson is an Executive Search Consultant at Invenia Group. You may know that he helps start-ups developing gene and single cell therapies build their executive teams; you may not know that he also has a pilot’s license and loves The Fratellis more than most…
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Why you shouldn’t hire someone just like you
Why you shouldn’t hire someone just like you
by Lewis Wilson
Posted in HR
One of the worst mistakes you can make when hiring is to employ somebody who’s just like you. Subconsciously, it’s easy to hire your double without even realising it. This is a common trait amongst employers, and it’s actually quite natural to do so.
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Are companies willing to reduce travel for sales and field-based employees?
Are companies willing to reduce travel for sales and field-based employees?
by Oliver Baumgart
Posted in HR, Scientific and Process Technology
Covid-19 has undeniably changed the way we live, work and communicate. For sales, field service and field application employees, travel restrictions have given an insight into a new way of working. As a result, we are seeing an increasing trend of people looking for a better balance, but is this something companies are willing to offer?
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Attracting and retaining talent during the turnover tsunami
Attracting and retaining talent during the turnover tsunami
by Christine Sands
Posted in HR
In the US, we are beginning to see the start of the predicted ‘turnover tsunami’ and it might not be long until we see something similar across Europe and the UK. But why is this happening and what can employers do to not only retain existing employees but to also attract those individuals looking for a change of career?
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How to manage impostor syndrome
How to manage impostor syndrome
by Oliver Baumgart
Posted in HR
Have you ever felt like you are out of your depth or can’t do the job you’ve been hired to do? Do you worry you will be discovered at any point as a ‘fraud’? You may be suffering from impostor syndrome: a phenomenon where an individual doubts their skills, talents, abilities, and accomplishments in the face of obvious success.
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