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FX Changes Require Revised Hiring Strategies

FX Changes Require Revised Hiring Strategies

An article in BDaily by Solomon Animashaun

The recent furore around not only the free-fall of the Chinese and Asian stock markets but also the continued drop in oil prices has brought into sharp focus concerns about another global recession. Global markets took a real beating in January as Brent Crude prices dropped below $30 a barrel.

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FX changes require revised hiring strategies

FX changes require revised hiring strategies

An article in Recruitment International by Solomon Animashaun

The recent furore around not only the free-fall of the Chinese and Asian stock markets but also the continued drop in oil prices has brought into sharp focus concerns about another global recession. Global markets took a real beating in January as Brent Crude prices dropped below $30 a barrel.

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FX changes require revised hiring strategies

FX changes require revised hiring strategies

An article in Real Business by Solomon Animashaun.

The recent furore around not only the free-fall of the Asian stock markets but also the continued drop in oil prices has prompted concerns about another global recession. Alongside changes in the structure of the UK Foreign Exchange market, bosses need to revise their recruitment strategies.

Global markets took a real beating in January as Brent Crude prices dropped below $30 a barrel.

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FX market changes require new hiring strategies

FX market changes require new hiring strategies

An article in FTSE Global Markets by Solomon Animashaun.

Changes in the structure of the UK Foreign Exchange market over the past year have had a significant impact on recruitment and compensation trends of foreign exchange (FX) professionals. Factors such as regulatory change, onset of technological advancement, including blockchain data, and the increase in non-dealer market share have particularly affected the UK FX outlook, with and attendant shift in hiring requirements in the segment says Solomon Animashaun, chief operating officer, Barrington Hibbert Associates.

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What to expect from the ‘Facebook’ generation

What to expect from the ‘Facebook’ generation

An article in Business Matters, by Gareth Mann. 

Global investment banking firm Goldman Sachs has just released an infographic about Millennials coming of age in 2016 and what to look for or to expect in future from this generation

According to Goldman Sachs, Millennials (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) are one of the largest generations in history. It might also surprise you to know that Millennials now make up the majority of the workforce (since 2013). This […]

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Barrington Hibbert partners with cube19, opens in New York

Barrington Hibbert partners with cube19, opens in New York

An article featuring BHA in Recruiter

Talent acquisition, leadership development and diversity advisory organisation Barrington Hibbert Associates (BHA) has partnered with cube19, a business intelligence and performance management solution provider to the recruitment industry.

Announcing the partnership this morning, BHA has also opened its first international office in New York. It has serviced the US market since its inception in 2011 but opened the Madison Avenue office to further support clients.

 

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Barrington Hibbert Associates opens New York office

Barrington Hibbert Associates opens New York office

An article by Recruitment International featuring BHA 

Barrington Hibbert Associates (BHA) has opened its first international office in New York.

The company has also announced its partnership with Cube19. BHA states it has been recruiting in the New York market since the organisation’s inception in 2011.

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Barrington Hibbert Associates backs UK’s sporting talent of tomorrow

Barrington Hibbert Associates backs UK’s sporting talent of tomorrow

An article featuring BHA by Start Your Business

Leading talent acquisition, leadership development and diversity advisory organisation Barrington Hibbert Associates (BHA), has reaffirmed its commitment to furthering its corporate social responsibility programme by announcing plans to sponsor future GB Olympic athlete Lucy Hatton.

At the same time it is also delighted to announce that it will be the official sponsor of the Ipswich Town Ladies Football Club (ITLFC).

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BHA sponsor future GB Olympic athlete Lucy Hatton

BHA sponsor future GB Olympic athlete Lucy Hatton

An article in Recruitment International

Barrington Hibbert Associates (BHA), plans to sponsor future GB Olympic hurdler Lucy Hatton.

The company says this will reaffirm its commitment to furthering its corporate social responsibility programme. The company is also going to be the official sponsor of the Ipswich Town Ladies Football Club (ITLFC).

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