How to hire effectively in a foreign country

Steven B. McKinney, IRC South Korea | 13.12.2019

Multinational companies who want to succeed need to hire staff effectively in foreign countries. You can’t force someone to join your company. And even if you can, you can’t force someone to be fully engaged and enjoy the work.

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How to survive in between jobs

Anders Jørgensen | 04.12.2019

Being without a job can be stressful for many reasons, whether they are financial or personal. As a consultant, I often see the personal issues, or more importantly experienced the different emotional stages in people such as; being in denial over what happened, being embarrassed, being sad, being angry, going from action mode to giving up hope. Overall, different stages that can come and go – and may return.

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Fastholdelse af nøglemedarbejdere, specielt de unge!

Anders Jørgensen | 27.10.2019

Synes du, at dine unge medarbejdere er lidt hurtige til at finde et andet job? I givet fald er du ikke den eneste! Loyalitet over for arbejdspladsen handler i dag om at være loyal i den periode, man er ansat og ikke om at være ansat længe det samme sted. Gennemsnittet for en ansættelse er i dag 7,5 år, når man ser bredt på medarbejderne, og ser vi isoleret på gruppen af nyuddannede, er vi nede på 3 år.

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Courage to break Japan’s glass ceiling

Monicca Yan | 14.10.2019

Notwithstanding substantial gains made in the West over the past several decades to level the playing field and bring about greater equality between men and women, pay gaps persist, and in many countries, corporate leadership remains heavily dominated by men.

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Optimal onboarding

Anders Jørgensen | 23.09.2019

Når det kommer til at onboarde nye medarbejdere, har hovedparten af arbejdsgivere en opgaveliste, der fokuserer på papirarbejde, møde teamet, en rundvisning på kontoret og andre lignende opgaver. Hvad der ikke altid er inkluderet, er en plan, der fokuserer på at få den nye medarbejder til at føle sig inkluderet og velkommen.

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What makes a successful leader

Richard Boot, IRC UK | 04.09.2019

Having spent many years at KPMG as a partner and finally as Head of Corporate Finance, Midlands, Richard Boot currently chairs and holds directorship of various companies associated with staffing and recruitment. He is also a former board member of IRC Global Executive Search Partners.

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IRC primes leaders for the future

| 22.07.2019

IRC Global Executive Search Partners convened affiliates and business partners at three regional summits covering Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and the Americas in early 2019 to spark an intercontinental discussion about leadership and organizational preparedness in an era characterized by accelerating technological change and disruption.

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The future of the australian wool industry

Malcolm Duncan, IRC Australia | 27.06.2019

Malcolm Duncan, global leader of IRC’s NGO & Not For Profit practice group, sat down with Stuart McCullough, Chief Executive Officer of Australian Wool Innovation Limited (AWI), to discuss the transformation occurring the wool industry supply chain.

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How can social media help monitor and predict dangerous consumption behaviours

Pía Puebla Menne, IRC Chile | 13.06.2019

Substance abuse has long been a public health problem worldwide. Chile is no exception: according to the last SENDA survey (National Drug & Alcohol Prevention Agency) from December 2017 (the survey is conducted every 2 years), in the last 6 years marijuana consumption has increased from 4.6% in 2010 to 14.5% in 2016, showing a 215% increase in prevalence, particularly among young adults - 19 to 34 years of age for both genders.

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Encouraging business enterprises to become social enterprises

Michael Kantel, IRC Germany | 04.06.2019

As people in today’s world have less trust in their political and social institutions, many expect business leaders to fill this gap.

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