Whilst we at CB Resourcing are always busy with legal information jobs in London, we have also been very busy over the past few years helping law firms with ‘North shoring’ their jobs to the major hubs in Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and Birmingham as well as other regional centres such as Bristol.
We’ve also worked on legal information positions further afield in locations such as the Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Caribbean and the Middle East.
Generously hosted by our friends at Addleshaw Goddard, the latest event in the portfolio puts the focus on the transformations taking place within buildings and office space.
What to expect
On the speaker line up………..
- Alexander East, modern workplace and security specialist, Microsoft
- Ross Jeremy, head of collaboration, Simmons and Simmons
- Yuval Dvir, global online scaled partnerships, Google
- Senior representative, Deloitte
- Alaana Linney, director, Bupa Health Services
- David Fazakerley, CIO, MW Solicitors
- Peter Gill, chief commercial officer, Converge
- Richard Francis, principal, Monomoy and steering comimittee member, UK Green Building Council
- Justine Thompson, Head of Diversity and Inclusivity, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
- Julie Wacker, Business Psychologist, Robertson Cooper
- Senior representative, Addleshaw Goddard
- Daniel Winterfeldt, Global capital markets partner,, Reed Smith and founder, Interlaw diversity forum
Following the publication of Cascade’s Stress Report 2018, our HR Business Partner Emily Cryan was approached by Elite Franchise magazine to answer a number of questions about wellbeing in the workplace. You can read her thoughts in full, here…
Why should employers be mindful of their employees’ mental health?
There is so much to say on this subject.
Firstly, look at the UK population – mental health is a growing concern.
Laura Hodson is a Product & Furniture Design graduate with 6 years’ experience in the recruitment industry. After graduating in 2012 she started her career in agency recruitment focused on the technology sector. More recently Laura worked in internal recruitment for Accenture based on site at Unilever hiring across a wide spectrum of specialisations.
Thursday 14th June 2018 didn’t just mark the close of another successful CIPD HR Software Show – it also signalled the end of an era. We enjoyed the final HRSS as we know it, ahead of the expo changing to become the Festival of Work event at Olympia London next year. But before we look too far into the future at what’s to come, in this blog we reflect on Cascade’s five biggest HRSS highlights…
CB Resourcing had a great day at the Knowledge Management Forum 2018 last Thursday.
The event was well attended with a number of notable sessions including “How will technology impact your role”, which focused on the increasing use of technology, automation, and data and what it means for knowledge professionals.
I also attended an interactive session on collaboration through the unusual medium of a board game! It tested our decision making, resilience, leadership and ability to innovate and build trust.
We’ve heard the phrase ‘big data’ used, again and again, sometimes accurately but also often to describe all manifestations of analytics and relational databases over the past few years.
Recently at CB Resourcing, we’ve seen an influx of clients asking about the talent market for candidates with data manipulation skills such as Python, R and SQL. More specifically candidates with strong business research and analysis skills who can use technology to make sense of large unstructured data sets within the context of a business research question.
The World Cup 2018 kicked off on the 14th June, and with over 50 matches due to be played over the next month, many are taking place either during standard working hours.
A survey conducted by Love Energy Savings at the start of Euro 2016 suggested that one in five people would be willing to take a sick day to watch a sporting event, and with all eyes on England during the World Cup, you should have a robust plan in place in order to minimize any disruption to your business.
The main areas to pay specific attention to include:
Annual Leave Requests
Software giant Cascade HR has introduced a new advanced expenses module into its award-winning HR and payroll technology.
Expenses+ was revealed for the first time today, to delegates of the HR Software Show 2018 at Olympia, London.
Powered by Cascade in collaboration with expenses management specialist Selenity, Expenses+ is the result of a partnership that has been over six months in the making.
Following its 2018 salary survey, Clayton Legal reports that law firms are facing serious challenges thanks to a lack of experienced solicitors. The survey, conducted in February and March of this year, is the most comprehensive of its kind in the UK and reveals a snapshot of the legal profession: challenges, remuneration, use of support staff, and how firms plan to hold onto talent.