Our expert team work in partnership with clients to understand their strategic business agendas and develop solutions that achieve improved business performance.
With the rise in economic confidence the job market is beginning to look more buoyant. High performers are assessing their existing situation and looking to progress their careers with new opportunities. Employers will be required to develop new talent management strategies to keep high performers motivated, challenged and retained within their organisations. At a recent breakfast meeting we held, delegates from a range of organisations discussed the subject of defining and retaining talent in a recovering economy.
Click here to read, Alana Inness’ summary of the discussions.
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Crelos has a proven track record in developing and implementing solutions that deliver results and tangible benefits to our clients. Our client base includes market leaders, such as HSBC, Costain, Duke CE, DfE, EDF Energy, O2Telefonica, Electrocomponents Plc, FSA, Kleinwort Benson, Grant Thornton International and Herbert Smith Freehills.
Although the commercial case for diversity is strong, professional services firms are still struggling with how to encourage and enable their talented women to progress to partner positions. According to research published by The Lawyer magazine, just 18.6% of partners across the UK’s top 20 law firms are women and this statistic is flat-lining, rather than improving. Crelos hosted a breakfast meeting to bring together women in partner positions to discuss the challenges they had faced and continue to face, and debate ways of initiating positive change for talented women aspiring to make partner in the future.