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Negotiate, don’t eliminate, “FINANCE.TUT.BY” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Minsk, Belarus – In a tough economy, Belarus’ employers run the show. This means that the number of dismissed employees in Belarus is currently considerably higher than the number of newly-hired employees. For example, in January 45,000 people were fired but only 37,000 were hired. At the same time, a new trend can be seen: more and more companies are trying to negotiate with their employees and find new ways and opportunities to work together, without resorting to the final measure of termination.

  • In the media
  • Minsk
  • Belarus
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Beijing smog driving away expat talent, “HR Magazine” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

As smog in Beijing exceeded to 22 times higher than the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s limit in December, the pollution is leading to more than just an array of health problems – it is making it harder for the Chinese capital to attract and retain foreign talent, according to Pedersen & Partners.

  • In the media
  • Hong Kong
  • China
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Multinationals in Greater China are localising their top management, Partner Gautier Vasseur to HR Magazine - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

The average annual gross compensation for top executives in the world’s largest companies increased in 2015 by 3.8% to EUR 1.45 million (HKD 12.22 million), according to Executive Search firm Pedersen & Partners. The survey covered 1,800 top executives in 340 large companies in 18 countries.

  • In the media
  • Hong Kong
  • China
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Could your ego help your career? "Gestión" - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Lima, Peru – Some studies show that going into a crucial interview with an egotistical attitude could bring you an advantage. Employers often prefer a confident candidate who is convinced that s/he is the best person for this specific job – but perhaps it is just as important to raise your confidence by carefully analysing the job description before the interview!

  • In the media
  • Lima
  • Peru
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Belarusians don’t really know the meaning of unemployment, says Lola Trapsh for Onliner  - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Minsk, Belarus – Lola Trapsh, Country Manager for Belarus at Pedersen & Partners, a leading international Executive Search firm that operates in 56 wholly owned offices in 52 countries, gives her expert insights into the realities of the employment situation in Belarus.

  • In the media
  • Minsk
  • Belarus
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Partner Evita Lune ranked in the Forbes Most Influential Business Women In Latvia list  for the second year running - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Riga, Latvia – This year, Latvia was ranked 15th in the Global Gender Equality Index published by the World Economic Forum. This achievement is borne out by the number of influential and successful women in the country.

  • In the media
  • Riga
  • Latvia
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The challenges of taking a break – a question of logistics, “Deutsche Verkehrs-Zeitung” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – The concept of sabbatical leave first appeared in the US several decades ago. Burnt-out American professors felt the need to take breaks to recover from the pressures of academia, and would return refreshed and ready for new ideas. Before long, the concept spread to European universities.

  • In the media
  • Vienna
  • Austria
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Tough times for expats in Oman, Client Partner Chris Quy for International Finance Magazine - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Many companies are trying to reduce their numbers on their payrolls in a bid to cut costs. With oil prices showing no signs of heading up, companies in Oman are pulling all stops to reduce their employee cost.

  • In the media
  • Dubai
  • United Arab Emirates
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The power of BATNA in confident salary negotiations, “WU Executive Academy” - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Vienna, Austria – Imagine going to your boss and requesting a 10% pay increase, only to be told: “That’s not possible – get back to work!” What happens next? There are two possibilities – either you leave for a new position with a bigger salary, or continue to work at the same job with the same salary, but the final outcome primarily depends on who has the better BATNA.

  • In the media
  • Vienna
  • Austria
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Gender pay gap in Madrid, Client Partner Puri Paniagua for RTVE - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Madrid, Spain – Workplace gender equality is the subject of research and discussion all over the world. While the specific numbers and reasons for the pay gap differ, the problem still persists. Pedersen & Partners' Client Partner Puri Paniagua analyses the gender pay gap in the region in an interview with Spain’s national broadcaster RTVE.

  • In the media
  • Madrid
  • Spain
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