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The continuous fighting for talent

Eighty-seven percent of companies recognise the need to focus on their people as they struggle to recruit and retain talent. From Adam Hale, EVP - Sage People.

Article by: Adam Hale | Published: 27 May 2017

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Fail to mentor new parents and lose out in talent pool

The last five years has seen a dramatic cultural shift in the boardroom with one in four companies now evidencing at least one woman at the heart of senior decision making. From Nicki Seignot is an established coach, mentor and author of Mentoring New Parents at Work.

Article by: Nicki Seignot | Published: 18 February 2017

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Keeping talent on side

These days, average employees are easy to find, as the hyper-competitive nature of today's economy has squeezed them out of many workplaces in favor of highly motivated and talented workers. Article from Ben Barlow.

Article by: Ben Barlow | Published: 7 February 2017

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STEM sell research

Industry bodies agree that more needs to be done to inspire young people into studying STEM subjects and careers, but this does not seem to have resulted in action to engage in “STEM enrichment” activity in schools.

Article by: Mark Williams & Dr Wai Yi Feng | Published: 28 December 2016

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Talent is everywhere. Opportunity is not.

Brexit knocked us for six. And the kick hurt. We have a new Prime Minister and a political landscape in disarray. In time, we will be presented with a new set of rules governing our relationship with Europe.

Article by: | Published: 19 August 2016