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Cloud or On-Site - What Works Best for Executive Search Software?
One question posed by many executive search and recruitment firms today is, “What does Cloud computing mean for a business like ours?” With legacy systems requiring complex and expensive to run servers, the Cloud vendor’s proposition to take everything away and leave you nothing but a browser window on your world can sound tempting, but also more ›
RBS announce Ross McEwan to succeed Stephen Hester
RBS have announced that Ross McEwan will succeed Stephen Hester as CEO of the more ›
As Suarez enters Arsenal talks, footballer demands are reflected in industrial executive search market
Top talent is as hard as ever to come by and those possessing it can often make demands that employers have to more ›
Ambitious CFOs aren't motivated by remuneration
Senior finance professionals are less interested in remuneration and more interested in general management more ›
Royal baby boy highlights the need for succession planning
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby boy highlights the importance of succession planning within more ›
Facebook: UK has digital skills gap
The Californian social networking organisation has said that UK talent lacks the skills needed to work in the IT more ›
HR Directors in demand for RemCo Chair roles
The role of the Remuneration Committee (RemCo) Chairman has become tougher and so organisations are looking at HR more ›
The UK executive search market is growing, according to Executive Grapevine
Activity in the UK executive search industry is rising according to the latest annual report from Executive Grapevine (EG) more ›
Executive search firm Burns Carlton has announced a transaction which brings Simply Executive into the wider Burns Carlton more ›
Former Debenhams HR head joins ResourceBank Executive Search
The former Head of HR at Debenhams has been appointed as a Senior Consultant at ResourceBank Executive more ›