Scott Keyser


Scott is The Writing Guy, a twice-published bid writer, consultant and trainer who helps professionals to write Human, connect with their reader and get the results they want from the words they write — like doubling their tender win-rate, which is what he did for Ernst & Young (now EY). His clients include The Economist Group, three ‘magic circle’ law firms and two of the Big Four accountancy firms. Over the last 16 years, Scott has refined a persuasive writing system called rhetorica® that makes clear, concise and compelling writing accessible to all. Scott’s books include: winner takes all on how to double your tender win-rate, and rhetorica ® — a toolkit of 21 everyday writing techniques, both available on Amazon.


How Human Resources Can Help Employees Return to Work After COVID-19
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

By late May 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had led to millions of jobless claims and a very gloomy jobs forecast for the upcoming summer months. The staggering situation was unprecedented and with good reason. The artificial expulsion of workers from their workplaces was always meant to be a temporary solution, designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus throughout the world. (more…)

Luke Smith


Luke Smith is a writer and researcher turned blogger. Since finishing college he is trying his hand at being a freelance writer. When he isn't writing you can find him travelling, hiking, or gaming.


How To Prepare Your Business To Recruit Service Leavers
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Between 12,000 and 20,000 veterans leave the armed services each year and venture into the civilian workforce. Yet a large percentage of them are struggling to find their perfect job role. Thanks to 31% of recruiters being reluctant to hire ex-military personnel, according to reports by SSAFA. The number one reason? Many of them worry about being adequately prepared to provide the right support for veterans. However, employing ex-military personnel can benefit your organisation in so many ways, like adding all-important diversity to your workplace, a great work ethic and providing your business with highly skilled employees. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


Enabling people to be their best by naming the stress
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

A guide to managing workplace stress by Felicia Jones.

Have you ever felt stressed, I mean really, really stressed? But then, something funny happens; you see a child dancing or hear someone on the radio and somehow the former feeling seems to have disappeared? The question is, were you ever really stressed before, or was it something else? (more…)

Felicia Jones


Felicia Jones is a (BSc) qualified Nutritionist, Stress Management Trainer (Dip), Nutritional Supervisor, Speaker and the owner of Stress Less Living (www.stresslessliving.co.uk) a nutrition and stress management practice. Felicia works with people on a 1-1 basis, in groups and also provides educational workshops and talks. Her ethos is primarily of meeting people wherever they are on their health journey, without judgement. Then working with them collaboratively to; reduce stress, integrate better nutrition and enable the restoration of full health.


How Payroll Cards Are Changing The Company Culture
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Hiring experts constantly look for ways to build and preserve company culture and ensure that each and every employee feels cherished and respected in their work environment. Sometimes, the potential to enhance employee retention comes from your company benefits and team-building efforts. The perks you offer to each employee, and access to vacation days will contribute to making them feel more valued. At other times, however, that same potential hides in the least likely of places. This includes your payroll department and procedures – which includes so much more than simply their salary or their bonuses. (more…)

Lauren N Wiseman


Lauren is a regular SRO Blog and Bizzmark Blog author that has many articles published with the main focus on clients who want their brands to grow in the fast-changing and demanding market. Her personal favorites are successes of small businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs. She goes through life with one strong moto - Kindness, always.


4 strategies to get the best talent for your small business
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Did you know that unemployment rates in the UK are now at their lowest since the 1970s? This is obviously great news for the economy but presents a big challenge when it comes to hiring the best talent for your company. With the job market now being candidate-driven, finding the right people for your organisation can be harder than ever before. (more…)

Annie Button


Annie Button is a Portsmouth based writer and recent graduate. Annie has written for various online and print publications, she specialises in business, recruitment and career development.


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