March 19, 2013
The world economy may be more stable, but most established economies will be facing competition from the BRIC nations – and it’s hard to predict what state Europe will be in politically in 10 years’ time.
Some resources will become more scarce, valued or controversial, with access to rare minerals and metals, for example, becoming a source of both opportunity and conflict, politically and at a business level. (more…)
November 28, 2012
The economic implications of globalisation have been far-reaching and well documented. But as supply chains get longer and more complicated, organisations have been forced to make more business-critical decisions, which are having a significant impact on hiring. The global marketplace has made supply and demand more volatile and harder to forecast. The need for a dynamic and highly flexible approach to employment is imperative. Candidates able to adapt to this new climate are best placed to succeed. (more…)
November 8, 2012
As procurement and supply chains have expanded globally over recent decades, overseas career opportunities have increased with them. About half of the jobs currently available through Langley Search and Selection are international roles – many of which are very highly paid, and offer a higher salary than equivalent UK roles. (more…)