Ever evolving geopolitical events have had a huge impact on companies, with business leaders working hard to make sure they are prepared for future success. But we’ve found they can learn a thing or two from the top CFOs’ business strategies.
His is a business located in a very competitive market, but Mike France has some useful advice on thinking different for those in a similar situation.
The hiring plans of the finance sector is the primary reason London has seen a 17 per cent month-on-month increase in available jobs, a Morgan McKinley Financial Services report explained.
The outcome of the EU referendum made many nervous, but Colliers International’s Cities of Influence report, which pinpoints London as an attractive place to do business, highlights that we shouldn’t lose faith.
The Hays UK Salary & Recruiting Trends 2016 report emphasised how skill shortages would soon pressure bosses to increase wages. This prediction has come to fruition, with the UK’s best paid jobs seeing significant salary gains.
In his effort to become a market leader, Mike France is tapping into the Belbin philosophy at Christopher Ward – encouraging behavioural diversity, not stifling it.
When it comes to staff priorities to consider throughout this year, there are three standout things that businesses must be prepared for.
Despite all the fun of the festive season, the Christmas bubble has been replaced with January blues, so staff retention should be a priority for the New Year.
Keshav Murugesh, CEO of WNS, discusses how the triggering of Article 50 may exacerbate the UK’s talent shortage by making it more expensive to recruit top staff. Nonetheless, Brexit has potential to help the global economy.
The world of talent attraction is changing rapidly, and keeping up with these shifts can be a daunting task. Falling behind could mean the difference between managing to attract and retain talent or losing out on your star, ideal candidate.
A formidable business duo, Jon Taylor and Paul Beasley will be sharing the story of Transline Group growth through their Founders Diaries entries.
Clothes2order MD Michael Conway was invited to travel to Richard Branson’s Necker Island for five days to soak up sun, sea, and valuable business advice from the Virgin founder himself.