August is here! According to many recruiters and HR managers August, or the summer in general, is the worst time to start looking for a new job as a lot of decision-makers with families are on holiday. I beg to differ.
Almost four-fifths (78%) of organisations we surveyed in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute have found becoming compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to be a heavy burden on their resources; 9% of those surveyed were unsure and 13% felt that it had not been a heavy burden.
57% of governance professionals surveyed by ICSA: The Governance Institute and recruitment specialist The Core Partnership about the government’s plan to review the powers, operations and impact of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) are opposed to increased powers of enforcement. Just 27% came out in favour of more power for the FRC, with the remaining
Companies are undecided about whether the quantity of information contained in annual reports is a good or a bad thing according to our survey of governance professionals in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute.
A third of organisations are looking to address their gender pay balance after preparing for pay gap reporting requirements that come into force later this month and early April, according to our survey of governance professionals in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute.
The fallout from the highly-publicised sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein have failed to lead to a sweeping overhaul of harassment and sexual misconduct policies in the UK as organisations consider current policies to be adequate, our poll in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute finds.
The legal industry is flooded with bright graduates with a Law degree under their belt that are looking for alternative careers to consider other than the traditional solicitor or barrister option.
Our latest poll in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute regarding key governance stories and events in 2017, was released today. The most pertinent issues highlighted by respondents (Senior Company Secretarial professionals) included…
CEO / worker pay ratio will leave firms open to criticism without reducing inequality, our poll finds
The obligation to publish the pay ratio between chief executives and their average UK workers is unlikely to reduce pay inequality, but is likely to be used to unfairly criticise companies, our poll out this week in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute finds.