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Partner Evita Lune to Forbes Latvia: “My job is my lifestyle” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – Evita Lune joined the Latvia office of Executive Search firm Pedersen & Partners over ten years ago. By 2009, she had developed the business and her team to such an extent that she was promoted to the position of Partner. Her ascent within Pedersen & Partners, which operates in 52 countries across the globe, is quite remarkable; she became a key member of the firm’s executive body within a few years after joining, and has steadily increased her responsibilities while expanding the areas covered and diversifying the teams that she has built.

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  • Riga
  • Latvia
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Lithuanian Corporate Finance Conference 2016: Kristina Vaivadaite discusses the changing role of the CFO  - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vilnius, Lithuania – Kristina Vaivadaite, Country Manager for Lithuania at Pedersen & Partners, joined other top leaders from some of the most important business players on the Lithuanian market for the 2016 edition of the Corporate Finance Conference.

  • In the media
  • Vilnius
  • Lithuania
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How much does a consultant earn? “derStandard” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – Consulting is a very wide professional field, in which professionals support companies and private individuals in a wide variety of areas. The consulting needs of businesses and individuals alike have increased significantly in recent years, due to the booming complexity of professional practice.

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  • Vienna
  • Austria
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Smart Future conference: which professions are growing and which are declining? - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – According to research carried out by Deloitte, technology has created more professions than it has destroyed over the last 140 years.

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  • Riga
  • Latvia
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Mining skills: Careers with a future - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Johannesburg, South Africa – Another generational skills gap is looming in the mining industry as graduates with relevant degrees, unable to find jobs, seek other careers.

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  • Johannesburg
  • South Africa
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Why the pleasure of a pay rise isn’t permanent, “HRweb” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – It is a sobering fact that a salary increase will only satisfy and motivate employees for a very short period of time - certainly no longer than half a year, and generally for no more than one or two months.

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  • Vienna
  • Austia
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Pedersen & Partners enters the Portuguese market, “Revista Actualidad€ - Economia Ibérica” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Lisbon, Portugal – Margarita Hernández, Portugal Country Manager for the new Lisbon office of leading international Executive Search firm Pedersen & Partners, explains the advantages of the firm’s global coverage and “proactive search” approach.

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  • Lisbon
  • Portugal
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Austrian Managers under the spotlight, “Biz” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – How much do Managers earn in Austria? What other benefits do they receive? What type of management style do they have? What should you do if you want a career in Austria? We talked to Conrad Pramböck, Head of Compensation Consulting at the Executive Search firm Pedersen & Partners.

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  • Vienna
  • Austria
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Tips and tricks for workforce optimisation, “Probusiness.by” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Minsk, Belarus – With the wrong motivation and negligent attitudes towards hiring and firing procedures, workforce optimisation can result in additional costs and reputational damage. 

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  • Minsk
  • Belarus
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Future professions without geographical boundaries, “Dienas Bizness” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – The world of work is in a state of flux, with many occupations disappearing and transforming while new professions emerge.  The new professions are mainly related to technology and the development of tools and processes, but their defining characteristic is the absence of geographical boundaries.

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  • Riga
  • Latvia
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