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Recruitment in a virtual world

The need to recruit high calibre non-executives and executives continues during a crisis period.  Our recruitment team has been busier […]

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Recruitment – Some Interesting Roles

Interim management and Non Executive Roles As we move towards autumn, pressures on the sector are shifting but there is […]

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Looking for Permanent or Interim expertise?

Interim management Pressures on the sector are shifting but there is a constant need for interim expertise at a senior […]

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The Hogan Suite of Profiling Tools

Altair uses the Hogan Suite of products, outlined below, either individually or as a package to support recruitment and development […]

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Is your organisation falling foul of its IR35 obligations?

31st January is tax return time, here are some thoughts for employers and the self-employed.  First and foremost, IR35 has […]

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Leading successfully through transition

As a Director at Altair I am delighted to be one of the leads on the Executive Resourcing, Talent Management […]

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Hints for both interim clients and candidates

The interim market is of course a difficult one at present, with its slight contraction and the complication of IR35 […]

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Managing in changing times

These are changing times for social housing. As organisations consider their future strategies and options, external expertise can provide a […]

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Regulatory insights for smaller housing associations

Altair hosted an informal networking event for small housing associations on 8th December. The event focussed on the implications of […]

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“New World” interim expertise

Altair provides trusted interim managers across a wide range of disciplines in the housing and regeneration field. During these difficult […]

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