That could mean savings to the tune of $1 trillion ahead. The path to this outlook is not straightforward, however. Just like the rest of global employers, banks are staring at a short supply of professionals skilled in everything AI.
What is an Employer Brand? "What’s the feeling you want candidates to have about your brand? That feeling. That feeling that permeates your organization… 1 part values, 1 part culture, 1 part experiences… in essence, employer brand is your unique scent." - William Tincup, President at Recruiting Daily. With the competition for the best talent getting fiercer by the day, employer branding is an important tool for companies trying to stand out from the crowd and attract top candidates. Little wonder then, that over 59% of employers say that employer branding represents one of the key components of the organization’s overall HR strategy. Data from the Harvard Business Review shows that CEOs and HR leaders expect to make an increased investment into their employer brand over the next few years. It's likely to be a key part of most recruiting teams' long-term strategy in 2020.
Emotions are contagious, improve relationship quality and build a culture of accountability. Exceptional leaders bring out the best in their people: "people leave managers, not jobs" In his book Working With Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman cites the Harvard Business School research that determined that EQ counts for twice as much as IQ and technical skills combined in determining who will be successful & why Emotional Intelligence training works.
Life science clusters are an excellent way to track down the best science and to assess the relative strengths of a region when it comes to engaging with industry and supporting innovation.
Article 83 certainly got businesses’ attention with its two-tiered fine structure; relatively minor infringements are “subject to administrative fines up to €10 million, or in the case of an undertaking, up to 2 percent of the total worldwide annual turnover of the preceding financial year, whichever is higher” while more serious infractions are “subject to administrative fines up to €20 million, or in the case of an undertaking, up to 4 percent of the total worldwide annual turnover of the preceding financial year, whichever is higher. One year on , a report published by the European Commission shows that the new EU data protection rules have achieved many of their objectives, but more work needed. The GDPR modernises a set of principles first established 20 years ago, at the dawn of dial-up internet connections. All but three member states (Greece, Portugal and Slovenia) have updated their national data protection laws in line with EU rules.