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About the author Richard Fisher

Our MD fitness fanatic and father of 3 Richard will be found running or in the gym every lunch as he says that’s the only place he ever gets any peace and quiet. Voted 9 out of 10 as a geek by the team Richards top 3 loves are Star Wars, Tottenham Hotspur and his family – although we aren’t sure in which order. Richard is the office oracle and says what he doesn’t know about recruitment isn’t worth knowing – we haven’t managed to prove him wrong yet!

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The Grandfather of UK VR: “The Same Mistakes Are Being Made All Over Again” Industry News - Gaming

The Grandfather of UK VR: “The Same Mistakes Are Being Made All Over Again”

With 30 years dedicated to innovating in the virtual, augmented and mixed reality fields, Professor Robert Stone offers his views about the tech’s reemergence – and the threats it faces from the corporate sector. While mainstream interest in the technology has only resurfaced in recent times, Bob Stone has been working in the VR, AR […] The post The Grandfather of UK VR: “The Same Mistakes Are Being Made All Over Again” appeared first on Skillsearch Digital.

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Negotiate A Better Salary With One Simple Technique

Negotiate A Better Salary With One Simple Technique After 20 years of working in recruitment there is a fundamental truth when it comes to negotiating a salary – the client always wants to negotiate at the point of making a formal offer. With more and more clients preferring to negotiate direct with the candidate at […] The post Negotiate A Better Salary With One Simple Technique appeared first on Skillsearch Technology.

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