Jack Kershaw

Labelled as, 'The Jilted Generation' shocking research released yesterday by The Office for National Statistics has indicated that just 1 in 10 under-25s will now be able to get onto the property ladder as house prices continue to rise at an alarming rate.
It would be great to see an excellent player back in a sport that has earned him the title as one of the most well respected sporting legends of all time. He should definitely return to action as he still has a lot to give and gain. I think that he has the capability and mind-set to win again, taking his performance onto the next level.
The now seemingly all too regular launch of a brand new Apple product, in particular one of their world-beating iPhones, has grown to become something much larger, much more feverish than many of us may have expected back at the dawn of the current line in 2007.
How you spend your money, considering high house prices and the possibility that interest rates may go up before long is something we all need to think about seriously but then there is the thought of how memorable you want the most important day of your life to be.
The People's Army in the form of UKIP swept across Essex during the last week gaining council and MEP seats at a phenomenal rate. The party made significant gains within Essex Councils including Castle Point, Basildon and Southend which has led to these councils changing from Conservative to no overall control...
In today's technology orientated world it has never been simpler to start your own business. There are now around 8 million online businesses in the UK alone so if you've got a great idea now is the time to put it into action.
What is a "head-hunter"? Just another word for a recruitment consultant? No! Recruitment agents or consultants use either
I was at a conference centre earlier this week for a series of meetings. Whilst I was waiting for my next meeting with 2
Last week I got engaged to be married to Gemma, the love of my life. I'm not saying this as an invite to an engagement party, nor am I fishing for presents. The reasons I'm mentioning it is because it links to one of the secrets of my success.
Networking is as old as the hills and will continue regardless of what new technology appears. If you don't like the idea of networking remember that there is one thing worse; and that is not-working.
This week I had a meeting a senior manager who has recently joined his organisation. I asked him what his niggles had been whilst he was searching for a new role. His response was eye opening for me as a recruitment consultancy director.
On my last blog, one of the comments was about recognising the difference between effort and results, which become Jack Kershaw's
In 2014 of course it is not really politically acceptable to assume that it was me that made a mistake. It is always someone else's fault; the bank mis-sold the endowment policy, the credit card company mis-sold the payment protection insurance, the council should have stopped me building on a flood plain, MacDonald's is to blame for my obesity and so on.
The economy is now picking up, it’s official.  So why is it that work is still grim?  You are shouldering the burden of the