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Glen Manners


Glen Manners

Business Manager


Office & Specialist Support

About Me:

Business Manager

With 15 years’ recruitment experience across multiple sectors, Glen has found the NFP industry to be the most rewarding. Providing first class account management to a number of high profile charities, membership organisations and awarding bodies, Glen has a strong grasp of the sector and its various intricacies. Glen was promoted to Business Manager in 2014 and remains one of TPP’s most influential players.

Glen Manners's Blog Posts

Curveball interview questions and why you should be using them

Imagine you interview two good candidates for a job; they both have the right qualifications, are equally skilled for the role and answer competency questions well. So how do you distinguish who is the best candidate for the job? More employers are using curveball interview questions for this reason; they are designed to see how the applicant thinks on their feet and answers a question they haven’t prepared for. There is no right or wrong answer to these questions, it’s about the candidate’...

Author: Glen Manners
Published: 17 Mar 2016

How to tackle interview activities

You have researched the organisation, practiced your competency based questions to prepare for your interview, but how will you handle other forms of interview selection, outside of a panel interview? It is common for organisations to adopt other forms of tests and assessments at some point in the interview process to give them more information to help them decide between candidates. We have put together a guide to help you prepare for some of the tests and activities you may be tasked with....

Author: Glen Manners
Published: 09 Sep 2015

What are you worth? TPP HR Salary Survey 2015

TPP Recruitment are conducting our annual survey in order to benchmark salaries for HR professionals working for charities and other not for profit organisations. If you are a HR professional working in the not for profit sector, please spare 5 minutes to complete the survey. The results will be used to judge average salaries across the sector.  The results of this survey will be completely anonymous and purely used to benchmark the sector. We will email all those respondents who complete...

Author: Glen Manners
Published: 27 Jan 2015