Stop Fighting Battles: How to Win the Finance Talent War

The accounting sector has a problem with numbers. Specifically, it’s becoming harder and harder for firms to attract top talent. Why? There just aren’t enough talented bodies to go around. In what’s come to be known as the ‘war for talent’, top firms are finding it increasingly difficult to secure and retain highly qualified finance

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Wearable Technology: Privacy Implications of Workplace Innovation

Wearable tech is a buzzword in certain circles at the moment. The proliferation in recent years of fitness trackers and smartwatches, especially in the workplace, has put wearable tech firmly on the business agenda. Today we’re asking whether using new technology to monitor is ultimately a good idea for business leaders. It’s important to remember

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Purpose or Progress: Why Some Employees Feel Forced to Choose

You don’t have to look far to find blogs, articles and editorials telling you that modern, and especially millennial employees no longer prioritise salary, job title or simple progression when making career decisions. Instead, employees cite factors such as flexibility, work-life balance, a health and well-being culture, and a sense of purpose as vital components

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HR Technology: Harnessing Automation and Maintaining Employee Engagement

Automation and innovation are buzzwords in most industries. Human Resources is no different. With the advent of technologies that are revolutionising HR and how it relates within the corporate structure, we took an in-depth look at what that means for business and how HR managers can avoid employee disengagement by increasing personalisation. A report released

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