- Covid-19 affected employees affected can be recorded and mapped through new technology offering.
- Hortor commits to Central America with extension of Costa Rica Office.
- Half of tech professionals set to change jobs in 2020.
- New offices in Boston and New York as Odgers seeks to meet demand.
- Adecco completes deal with Olympus Partners.
- Dallas operation sees growth as talent demand felt across sectors.
- Straight white men still dominate across all aspects of business according to Culture Amp global.
- Gee hired to enhance compliance for growing US operation.
- Digital workers contribution will grow by 50 per cent in two years says global research.
- Survey finds global workforce already sees technology changing the workplace.
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Whilst there may be less new business to be had right now, there are still actions you can take to help cash flow.
Proactive communication and effective stakeholder management is key and will ensure that there are 'no surprises’.
Once the finer details of the scheme are clarified, further payments will be made.