Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, discusses what 2021 will look like for the UK construction industry and key areas of focus going into the new year
Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, reflects upon the state of the UK construction industry in 2020 looking at how companies rose to the challenges and seized the opportunities presented throughout the year
Odgers Berndtson is pleased to announce that Glen Johnson and Lori Rubin have joined U.S. Odgers Interim as Partners. They will both be based in the Atlanta office.
Jonathan Flynn writes with retail sector expert Martin Newman: Leadership for the age of customer empowerment
Writing with retail sector expert Martin Newman, Jonathan Flynn, Retail Consultant at Odgers Interim, discusses the changing dynamics of the retail sector and why retail CEOs must become the agents for change. Touching on ideas such as agility and authenticity, the report outlines the skills, behaviours and communication styles required of leaders to empower their organisations, overcome the current challenges facing the sector and propel the business forward as retail moves into a new future state of being
Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, discusses what the latest ONS figures from May this year reveal on the current and future state of the construction industry.
Across government (local and central), as well as all sectors (private, public and not for profit), we have seen variations of the so called ‘Three Rs’. These broadly converge as three key words we find ourselves in post-COVID; response then renewal and very soon, reinvention
Tim Muzio comments in ZDNet: Coronavirus and a cashless society: We can't leave the most vulnerable behind
Opinion: Going cashless might be convenient for many, but for others, it risks causing misery.
Ali Palmer, Partner and Head of the Consumer and Telecoms Practice at Odgers Interim, and Dominick Sutton, Chief Data Officer of BoardEx, discuss leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and look at how senior management can effectively lead their team through economic difficulty, ensuring business continuity and the future state of working ways
Anna Piatnoczka writes in Global Banking and Finance Review: How banks should prepare for IR35 following the 12-month delay
Anna Piatnoczka, Financial Services Consultant at Odgers Interim, discusses the importance of the 12-month delay to IR35 and offers advice around how banks should prepare for the new deadline
Paul Wright shares his insights in Information Age: Coronavirus Diary: the impact on senior level recruitment in the technology industry
Paul Wright, head of the technology practice, Odgers Interim, explores the impact of coronavirus on senior level recruitment in the technology industry
Paul Wright writes for Tech Radar: How tech businesses should prepare for IR35 following the 12-month delay
Freelancers and contractors just became that much more important to the tech industry
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.
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?
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.
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