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Questioning the board of directors

The popular perception of board members as having a cushy and comfortable role is a misconception. While they may receive generous compensation for attending a few meetings a year, their responsibilities and workload have increased significantly. Rather than just passively nodding along to the CEO’s …

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People & Culture

Will chief financial officers become chief value officers?

The continual extension of regulatory obligations governing CSR indicators is leading this theme to take on increasing importance in companies. A development that could result, for financial directors, in a change in their mission. In the long term, they could thus become the guarantors of the “value” …

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People & Culture

The Great Attrition is making hiring harder. Are you searching the right talent pools?

People keep quitting at record levels, yet companies are still trying to attract and retain them the same old ways. New research identifies five types of workers that employers can reach to fill jobs.

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Climate: energy companies under pressure from shareholders

After BP and Engie, the shareholders of Shell and those of TotalEnergies will vote on May 23 and 26 on dissenting climate resolutions, filed by minorities. ISS, the American voting advisory agency, recommended voting “against” at Shell’s general meeting, but “for” at that of TotalEnergies.

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‘Tinder’ for jobs? App allows users, firms to swipe for a match, cuts recruitment time

Published on TODAY Online, 29 October 2018 by Kenneth Cheng. SINGAPORE — Billed as the “Tinder for jobs”, a mobile application is aiming to cut the time jobseekers take to score a match with potential employers by linking them directly with the managers they may …

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Why Blonk wants to be the Tinder of the recruiting industry

Blonk believes that the sensible way to fight the talent attrition problem is not by focusing on retention Technics but by better-selecting talents. Swiping right for a date is common thanks to Tinder but for a job? Well, why not because just like dating, recruiting …

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