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SUN 24TH JUN 2018
Dealing with people and relationships invovled in the management and ownership of the family business needs careful thought as emotions are involved and can affect the communication and decision-making processes.
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Vital Recruitment Role In Scotland
Recruitment profession has a vital role in supporting the Scottish economy according to the latest APSCo report. Read More
Future Chemistry & The Family Business Workforce
Legislation to make shared parental leave compulsory will be needed to help close the gender pay gap, according to a report on the workforce of the future by legal firm Burness Paull. Read More
Fit And 'Family Owned'
Bruce Walton looks at the challenges around recruiting non-family senior executives, primarily at the CEO or COO level for family firms. Read More
Rising Female Power In Asian Family Firms
Female entrepreneurship and leadership is gaining momentum in Asia with Asian female entrepreneurs creating more and more wealth, much of which is generated in family businesses. Read More
Creating A Wellbeing Strategy
Do you have an open-door policy for anyone feeling stressed, anxious or unhappy at work? How well do you think this culture of openness and honesty is being communicated to employees? Read More
The Most Common Bones Of Contention
“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” reads the opening line of Leo Tolstoy’s novel, Anna Karenina so let's consider this in the context of family firms. Read More