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Brief covers high profile launch of The DNA of the Retailers of Tomorrow report, with the first phase of research to be released at the World Retail Congress in Dubai in April 2017. With Citigate Dewe Rogerson’s help, Green Park will cement their reputation as the UK’s executive diversity experts, amplifying the release of their diversity and inclusion reports, including The Leadership 10k,...
Female UK business leaders are three times more likely to need a qualification from an elite university to get top jobs than their male counterparts, according to new research by executive search agency Green Park. Among top 20 employees at FTSE 100 companies, 76 per cent of Russell Group graduates and 70 per cent of Ivy League graduates are women. Raj Tulsiani, CEO of Green Park...
Academic bar set far higher for female leaders than male leaders in the FTSE 100 Only 10% of Executive Directors on FTSE 100 boards are female compared with 35% of Non-Executive Directors Utilities remains the most female friendly sector while the health sector has seen a decline in the number of senior female employees at executive level Women leaders in the UK’s biggest firms are...
08 Mar
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At Green Park, we are constantly developing our networks of diverse and brilliant role models. But even within these networks, some inspiring change agents shine through; the real models.   Our criteria for assessing ‘real models’ is a mark out of 40 across;   Personal Achievements- What have they achieved? How senior are they? Credibility- Do they have any...
08 Mar
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When you’re an HR high-flier, the world is full of options – but two of the most popular are going it alone as a consultant and reaching the top job as CEO. People Management meets those who’ve travelled these paths to find out what’s really involved Consultant The gig economy is the workplace story of 2017. Freelance workers are boosting the UK economy by more than £100bn – and it’s a...
Hundreds of thousands of agency workers could see cut in take-home pay, risking exodus from NHS and other services. Tax changes to be introduced in April could see hundreds of thousands of public sector workers lose up to 30% of their salary, sparking an exodus from already struggling sectors such as social care and the NHS. According to internal local government analysis seen by the...
28 Feb
Posted by: Raj Tulsiani
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SUMMARY In February 2016, the then Business Secretary asked Baroness McGregor-Smith, former CEO of Mitie plc, to undertake a review of the issues faced by businesses in developing black and minority ethnic (BME) talent from recruitment through to executive level. For the first time, the review won’t just be about board diversity or board pipelining, the McGregor-Smith review is a holistic review...
08 Feb
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An interim management specialist has warned councils are ‘largely unprepared’ for the introduction of new rules for staff who supply services through their own company. Managing Partner at Green Park, Neil Lupin, insisted the Government’s proposals would go ahead despite a petition against the overhaul of IR35 practices that has attracted more than 20,000 signatures. He said: ‘Authorities...
Conventional wisdom has it that organisations need a figurehead — a leader with a single vision to inspire everyone else. The UK Green Party of England and Wales, with 53,000 members, disagrees. It appointed two “co-leaders” last year to run the party on a job-share basis: Caroline Lucas (its only MP) and Jonathan Bartley. Some commentators dismissed the move as a political stunt, arguing this...
Green Park, Europe’s fastest growing executive search consultancy, today announces it has appointed Maria Stanford to their Consumer Practice as Head of Board. Maria spent 11 years at Selfridges Group in a series of senior management and executive level positions including HR Director for Selfridges & Co., HR Director UK & Ireland and Group HR Director across Selfridges...

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