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Fall Issue 2013

Global Lessons For Russian Policymakers

  • October 02, 2013
U.S. policy on the financial crisis affects countries everywhere. However the fundamentals that determine growth rates in emerging market economies are the result of domestic policies, as several experts point out.

Regional Boost For Hospitality Sector

  • October 02, 2013
The hotels, restaurant and catering sector is  one of the most active in the recruitment market. The expansion of hotel networks across the country as well as forthcoming international sports events are providing a further boost.

Bouncing Back From Downshifting

  • October 02, 2013
Taking time out, or downshifting, may soon feel stale. So how do you go about returing to the jobs market? Learning new skills or reinventing yourself is only part of the task.

Consultants Re-Rate Skills In A Keen Market

  • October 02, 2013
Competitive recruits are expected to become part of the client's network Ч the person they turn to for advice Ч in order to win new business and generate ongoing projects.

Business School Brings Global Experience To The Boardroom

  • October 02, 2013
Directors of companies in the aviation, shipbuilding and nuclear industries have commissioned educa≠tion programs tailored to their specific corporate needs.

Energy And Ideas Are Crucial To Youthful Success Says The Boss Of Furniture Start-Up

  • October 02, 2013
Retaining staff is a challenge says Augustin Celier, who has hired a French and Russian team with an average age of just 24. He co-founded a manufacturer and importer of mid-price furniture one year ago, with the ambition of shaking up the market.
Fall Issue 2013
Fall Issue 2013
 — A mix of two business cultures proves to be a recipe for success
 — The financial crisis leads consultants to highlight a new set of skills
 — Corporate leaders find the answer in tailored executive education programs