Starfish Search launches Interim Talent Practice

Starfish Search is delighted to welcome Catherine Kift as Director and Head of Interim Talent to the team. She brings 14 years’ experience in the field of leadership recruitment with particular expertise in engaging talented senior interim appointees. Catherine has worked across a very broad range of sectors and disciplines at board level and brings a strong focus on long term client and candidate alliances.

“I am thrilled to join Starfish, a new start up with purpose and sustainability. We know that there are many senior skilled individuals who want to bring their social conscience to work and our job is to make that happen in a way that benefits our clients. I am excited to join a team that is already bringing a fresh approach to its client base and is strengthening the connection between recruitment and social change.”

Starfish Search works across all sectors at Board level to make strong, lasting and influential appointments. If you are interested in engaging with or joining Starfish please contact Catherine.Kift@starfishsearch.com

IR35 SUMMARY

From April 2020 the administration of IR35 will change. IR35 known as intermediaries legislation was introduced in 2000 by HMRC to stop ‘disguised employees’ from avoiding tax by operating as contractors, whilst working in a similar way to employees. The liability has mostly fallen on contractors, until April 2020, when hirers will be responsible for […]

Read More

So you messed up. So what?

In the age of bluster, having the courage to own your mistakes can be a positive strength, say Matt Hunt, Juliet Taylor and Matt Stevenson-Dodd. We got cocky, we thought anything we did would work’. Last month on Channel 4, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver was filmed breaking down in tears about how his restaurant business […]

Read More

Trust and Transparency

In 2019, society faces vast problems: poverty, environmental destruction, people feeling disenfranchised. Such complex issues cannot be solved by one sector acting alone, or by using the simplistic ‘cause and effect’ paradigms of old. At the same time, in our digital age, organisations and leaders have greater professional and personal exposure. The days of automatic […]

Read More