Instead of just sitting contemplating the skills shortage, let’s do something about it! It is well known that in our sector, training budgets were slashed during the recession. We also lost an approximate 400,000 people from the industry, who took their skills and their experience elsewhere. 500,000 construction sector workers are due to hit retirement […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Construction Skills Shortage – Lets Do Something About It!
Dayle Bayliss was asked by RICS Recruit to write about how she became a surveyor and her experiences. The piece was published as part of the RICS’ ‘Surveying The Future’ project. Here is the piece that appeared on the RICS Recruit website. We’re delighted to introduce you to Dayle Bayliss, an award-winning businesswoman who has worked […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on RICS Surveying The Future – Dayle Bayliss
Dayle Bayliss talks to Les Pickford, Freelance writer and former Editor of the RICS Construction Journal (RICS), to discuss tips for Surveyors setting up in practice. Dayle Bayliss discusses why she set up her own practice and gives some pointers to others thinking of striking out on their own. I had been working for a principal […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Setting up in Practice – Tips for Surveyors
As part of the RICS matrics member awareness Dayle has written a piece on how matrics involvement has helped her business. Dayle writes: To cap off what had been a fantastic year for Suffolk based consultant Dayle Bayliss (Dayle Bayliss Associates LLP), in December she was given the prestigious ‘Wilderness Award’ by RICS matrics for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Do deals still happen on the golf course? Suffolk RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) matrics Surveyors and young professionals spent the evening networking and showing the importance of networking over a round of golf! Thanks to Putterfingers, a nine hole mini golf course was set up in Shelleys Restaurant at Suffolk New College for the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Suffolk matrics Surveyors Enjoy a Round of Mini Golf