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Korn Ferry: The Ukraine Crisis Hits Home—Wherever Home Is

Category: Business News

Russia’s economy is only the 11th largest in the world. Ukraine’s isn’t even in the top 50. But that doesn’t mean that a conflict between the two nations couldn’t have significant impacts on companies and their employees around the world. As Alan Guarino, vice chair of Korn Ferry’s Board & CEO Services practice sees it, risk management is part […]

Source: Korn Ferry


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Opinion: Trust is the secret sauce that Warren Buffett and others value highly in companies

Category: Business News

For his 100th birthday last week, George P. Shultz, distinguished businessman, cabinet member and scholar, wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post reflecting on the single most important quality in American institutions and life: Trust.

Source: MarketWatch

Published: September 30, 2022


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Foreign Employees that Test Negative for COVID-19 May Work During Quarantine

Category: Business News

Foreign employees arriving in Norway must stay in quarantine during the first 10 days after arriving in Norway, unless comprised by other exceptions (e.g. resided and traveling from Nordics excl. Sweden). This normally implies that many foreign employees cannot assume any work before the 10-day quarantine period has past.  In order to ease the burden […]

Source: KPMG

Published: September 30, 2022


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Mercer Launches 2020 Global Talent Trends Study

Category: Business News

With headwinds to navigate, companies are looking for a beacon to guide their actions. Drawing on input from 7,300+ C-suite executives, HR leaders and employees in 34 countries, Mercer’s latest study reveals how organizations are transforming their workforce and workplace. By comparing what enables people to feel they are thriving and energized, and by taking […]

Source: Mercer

Published: May 5, 2020


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Finansavisen: Kvinner er mer opptatt av lønn enn menn i følge ManpowerGroup undersøkelse

Category: Business News

Unge kvinner er mer opptatt av lønn enn unge menn. Det viser en undersøkelse ManpowerGroup har gjennomført blant over 1.000 arbeidstagere i Norge og Sverige.  Her svarer 20 prosent av kvinner mellom 25 og 34 at høyere lønn er den viktigste faktoren som kunne fått dem til å skifte jobb, mot 9 prosent av menn. […]

Source: Finansavisen


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