Gregory Allen: Empty chairs and empty tables

Greg Allen

How can recruitment support business continuity and develop resilience?

In both my work life and personal life, the term ‘cyber attack’ has been omnipresent, and recently I have been asked about talent acquisition and how it supports business continuity.

Problems happen when we least expect them to and more so today when we are surrounded by terror attacks, natural disasters and fake news. Do we have the tool kits in place to prevent...

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