Tag Archives: Goldman Sachs

How many ‘training hours’ should you have on your CV?

In a former life, as an executive career counsellor, I helped world-weary executives get back on their feet; having been jettisoned by their previous employer. The easiest and quickest ‘pick-me-up’ I could offer was to help them produce a CV … Continue reading

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MI’s Global Banking Sector Governance and Culture Project is underway

MI is proud to announce the commencement of our major, groundbreaking project to report on Governance and Culture in the Banking Sector. This will cover over 20, globally important, banking institutions. We have already used our research template to prepare a … Continue reading

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‘Fair’ pay? – Who’s fairer, Goldman Sachs or John Lewis?

Here is an extract from OMS LLP’s fortnightly Human Governance Briefing: Issue 5. To receive a copy and be added to the emailing list for future issues please contact Stuart Woollard. ‘Fairer’ pay disappears down a rabbit hole Pay and reward … Continue reading

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