2014 BlueSteps Work-Life Balance Report
The 2014 BlueSteps Work-Life Balance Report, just released by the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC), discovered that while modern senior-level executives are working more hours and in more locations now than in the past, over half (52%) are satisfied or very satisfied with their work-life balance. Global executives work an average of 58.5 hours per week, with 39% working over 60 hours per week. In comparison, four years ago, 55% of senior-level executives did not believe their current work-life balance was satisfactory.
Recruitment models and the value of hire
“The external cost is only the tip of the iceberg”
Retained executive search firms face strong competition from other candidate sourcing models. In addition to contingent search firms on the market of external search providers, in-house recruitment teams are lately being built with increasing force.
Talent in Spain in the Health 2.0 sector
Results of recent research on how the structures of social networks can help or hinder the diffusion of ideas, trends and even social movements -carried out by the Columbia Business School professor Dr. Dan Wang- have just been presented. In … Continue reading