Nicholas Harding, CEO at peer-to-peer lending platform Lending Works, discusses the challenges and potential solutions to the recruitment issues facing fintech firms in the face of Brexit.
Tags: attracting talent
How can startups compete for talent with the likes of FANG?
What are the reasons why millennials and post-millennials are seemingly the most challenging to recruit? Peter Linas argues that, despite the common stereotype that people this age would be easier to reach through their use of tech, this could be simultaneously part of the problem.
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New research reveals that UK organisations are looking to AI and wearable technology to deliver more personalised benefits experience and attract talent. But how viable is it for organisations across the board, and how far can it go?
Find how leading global organisations are reshaping their approach to reward to retain and engage the best people in the face of impending talent shortages.
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How can employers create opportunities to promote a happier, more engaged workforce?
Find out how to tap into millennials’ intrinsic desire for personal fulfilment and sense of purpose.
The future begins.
Is flexible working the ‘new normal’?
Single parents are a deep talent pool, the tapping of which can provide the solution to the rising skills shortage in the UK, post-Brexit.
Despite more and more people using public transport to get to work, the availability of a company is still a crucial factor for many when it comes to accepting a job. 64 percent of company car drivers have said in a survey that the availability of vehicles are an important factor in job decisions and virtually all (90 percent) of those offered a company car accepted it.