By Dan Simon According to the most recent research by Eurekahedge, the hedge fund industry shrank by as much as a fifth (or $350 billion) in 2008, with 90% of that decrease coming in the… Continued
Quick Study: Freezing Months for Talent Management; Green Investments; Blind Eye Turned to Corporate MisconductJanuary 5th, 2009 by PRNEWS
The communications implication: Business is still about people, and organizations are only as strong as their weakest employee. When money is tight, the best strategy is to embrace nontraditional recruitment techniques and creative fringe benefits–two things the modern communications executive is well equipped to drive.
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