Webinar recording: Crisis, what crisis?

26.10.21

Our experts have compiled their key takeaways from the session below. If you’d like more information about anything discussed please contact us.   INSOLVENCY   Have a 13 week rolling cashflow so that you can review your cash position regularly and take notes of all key decisions to evidence your decision making process  PEOPLE   Look at your current employee…

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Webinar recording: The UK’s place in the global economy going forward

14.10.21

In this session, Gregory Perdon, Co-Chief investment officer at Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Ltd took a detailed look at where the UK stands in the global economy, with a focus on the future. Gregory covered some of the challenges the UK faces including climate change, housing shortages, access to labour Vs a lack of investment in robotics and…

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Enterprise series: The UK’s place in the global economy going forward

24.09.21

With much of the population fully vaccinated and coronavirus restrictions lifted in the UK, the economy is forecasted to be back to prepandemic levels by the end of the year, even with a winter slowdown due to a rise in infection levels factored in. With the Delta variant now affecting the forecasts of Europe and…

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Webinar recording: effectively retaining talent and recruiting in a competitive market

24.09.21

In this webinar our strategic HR partners answer your burning questions on talent retention and recruitment. Throughout the session they cover: Talent retention • Signs your employees are getting ready to leave and how to try and keep them • How you can use salary increases, bonuses and other benefits to retain your people •…

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Webinar recording: putting Environmental Social Governance (ESG) at the heart of your business strategy

10.09.21

This session proved to be lively, covering many aspects of ESG including the benefits, risks, barriers, challenges, resources, how to get started and how to report your progress. No matter where you are on your ESG journey, there’s an opportunity to make change for the better. With supply chains, investment and lending prospects on the…

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Enterprise series: Effectively retaining talent and recruiting in a competitive market

06.09.21

A study reported by the BBC found 38% of workers in the UK are looking to change careers in the next six months with the cost due to the expected number of resignations estimated at £16.9 billion. With over 800,000 vacancies in the UK currently and factors such as rapid economic recovery, a radical overhaul in working practices and a…

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Enterprise Series: Putting Environmental Social Governance (ESG) at the heart of your business strategy

01.09.21

“The new disruption in the market place will be the businesses that embrace a renewed and profound humanity.” – Anton Colella, CEO, Moore Global Limited ESG is not a new concept. However, recent global events and reports of extreme climate change from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the United Nations have brought these…

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Enterprise series: the changing face of business: managing a hybrid workforce

05.07.21

We’ve put together our top ten tips to help make hybrid working successful: 1. Develop a strategy 2. Have a mechanism to check in on employee wellbeing 3. Listen to employee views/gather information 4. Develop new ways of learning/sharing knowledge 5. Develop policies to ensure perception of fairness 6. Managers to lead by example 7.…

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Enterprise series: the changing face of business – inclusion matters

23.06.21

When asked why diversity and inclusion is important, most attendees recognised that it can help to attract and retain talent, but also improve the customer journey and create a competitive advantage. With the correct guidance, inclusivity can provide multi-faceted benefits to your people, and in turn your organisation. There are certainly a range of challenges…

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Enterprise series: The changing face of business: managing a hybrid workforce

18.06.21

Businesses responded positively to the sudden shift to homeworking caused by nationwide lockdowns. Fears about productivity and time management were mitigated, and the forcing together of home and work lives added an unexpected human element to working relationships. However, managers had to adapt to managing teams remotely overnight. Now, as lockdown restrictions continue to ease,…

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