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The future of energy & utilities

Terry Noble, Energy and Utilities Consultant at Odgers Interim talks to Jonathan Rossotto, Clean Tech and Energy Consultant at Odgers Berndtson about the transition to renewable energy, tighter regulation across the energy sector...

The rise of technology leadership in government

​​​​​​​Siobhan Farlow, Consultant in our Government Practice, discusses the role of the technology leader - why it is important and what makes a successful tech leader

The future of payments

Tim Muzio, Consultant in our Financial Services and Payments Practice, discusses what the future of payments will be.

Case Study: Interim CIO of Vanquis Bank Ltd

​​​​​​​Alex Lenihan, Consultant in our Financial Services Practice, speaks to Julia Warrack about her recent assignment as Interim CIO of Vanquis Bank Ltd

IR35 delay: what the private sector needs to do with the 12-month extension

Grant Speed our Global Managing Director, discusses the government’s decision to delay IR35 reforms and explains how private organisations should use the additional time

Grant Speed is featured in Money Marketing: Chancellor unveils support package for self-employed

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed that self-employed people struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic will be paid 80 per cent of profits, up to £2,500 a month.

Jes Ladva comments in Information Age: Tech companies’ role in local authorities response to Covid-19

Local authorities are responding to difficulties caused by Covid-19 and faced by the public by focusing on tech-based solutions

Paul Wright speaks to Information Age: IR35 reform delay: how tech companies and contractors should respond

The government has announced that they will delay planned reforms to IR35 until next year, in the light of current circumstances.

International Women’s Day 2020: Q&As with Interim Leaders

This year for International Women’s Day, we asked a number of female interim managers in our network to answer a few questions on what this day means to them and to give advice on how we can reach gender equality

Adam Gates is featured in Raconteur: Five key roles shaping the future of insurance

The many changes affecting the insurance sector make it an exciting destination for graduates from a variety of backgrounds, so what are providers doing about it?

The path from CFO to CEO: An interview with the CEO of Lebara Group

Andy Wright, Consultant in our Technology Practice, talks to Olivier Sage, CEO of Lebara Group, about his transition from CFO to CEO

So you want to be the chief executive of a local authority? Here are five things you need to know

​​​​​​​Jes Ladva, Partner and Head of the Government Practice at Odgers Interim, talks to Dawn Baxendale, former CEO of Birmingham City Council, about what it takes to become the chief executive of a local authority

The role of the CRO in addressing financial climate risk

Anna Piatnoczka, Consultant in our Financial Services Practice, discusses the impact climate change is having on risk in financial services and how the role of the chief risk officer is evolving as a result

Challenges and opportunities for Scottish HE

​​​​​​​Sarah Shaw, Partner & Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice, and Rebecca Brandwood, Higher Education Consultant, discuss the Scottish higher education market and the key drivers bringing challenges and opportunities to the sector

Ali Palmer writes in WeAreTheCity: How self-employed professionals need to prepare for IR35

Ali Palmer, Partner and Head of the Consumer & Telecommunications Practice at Odgers Interim, explains how self-employed professionals need to prepare for the changes to IR35 legislation

Grant Speed speaks to Freelance UK: Freelancer confidence 'fallen off a cliff' over IR35 tax changes

A freelance trade body was right to predict to FreelanceUK that Brexit will take a back-seat as a concern for the UK’s self-employed freelancers and independent consultants.

How private firms should prepare for IR35

Three years ago, IR35 came into effect in the public sector. This April, the same changes will affect the private sector.

Jes Ladva, Head of the Government Practice at Odgers Interim, speaks to Anthony Francis, former HR...

Jes Ladva is featured in the LGC: Chiefs’ pay up for first time in a decade

After 10 years of downward pressure, LGC’s Salary Tracker finds new chiefs being paid more than their predecessors amid renewed recognition of the role’s importance Salaries offered to new chief executives have increased for the first time since the start of austerity

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