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« Il faut dépasser le CV, recruter des personnalités et plus juste des profils »
by / on 10/12/2018 at 18:00 / in Management

« Il faut dépasser le CV, recruter des personnalités et plus juste des profils »

Dans un monde du travail en mutation face aux nouvelles technologies et aux nouvelles aspirations des candidats, les modèles de recrutement existants font-ils encore l’affaire ? Selon Isabelle Bastide, présidente du cabinet de recrutement spécialisé PageGroup (Michael Page, Page Personnel, Page Executive et Page Outsourcing), il est urgent de « réinventer » le recrutement. Qu’est-ce qui ne fonctionne plus avec les modèles de recrutement […]

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Quel est l’impact de l’Intelligence Artificielle sur votre job en finance ?
by / on 07/12/2018 at 11:00 / in Tech

Quel est l’impact de l’Intelligence Artificielle sur votre job en finance ?

Vous travaillez dans la finance et vous demandez quel peut bien être l’impact de l’Intelligence Artificielle (IA) ainsi que de son champ d’étude qu’est le Machine Learning (ML) sur votre job au quotidien ? Sachez que vous n’êtes pas le (la) seul(e) dans ce cas. « L’IA peut certes automatiser certaines tâches routinières mais pas remplacer un humain sur l’entièreté de […]

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How to get a job at a Big Four firm now. In numbers
by / on 06/12/2018 at 15:30 / in The Review

How to get a job at a Big Four firm now. In numbers

There are several reasons to apply for a job at the Big Four. Chief among them is the fact that Deloitte, PwC, KPMG and EY hire more professionals globally than just about any other company. PwC hired nearly 65k people during its last fiscal year, nearly double the number of employees currently working at Goldman Sachs.  That works out to […]

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Cinq choses que vous devez savoir avant d’apprendre Python pour un job en finance…
by / on 27/11/2018 at 12:15 / in Management

Cinq choses que vous devez savoir avant d’apprendre Python pour un job en finance…

Les programmeurs Python sont en forte demande dans les banques et les hedge funds. Heureusement, ce langage de programmation est facile à apprendre – il est souvent utilisé dans les écoles primaires britanniques pour enseigner les bases de la programmation. Cependant, avant votre première prise en main avec Python, vous devez savoir certaines choses, en particulier si vous souhaitez l’utiliser […]

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The 5 Things Millennials Look For In A Job
by / on 21/11/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

The 5 Things Millennials Look For In A Job

Less than 1/3 of millennials are engaged in their duties at work. Gallup, an analytics company that focuses on the attitudes and behaviors of people in the workplace, defines employee engagement as individuals that are “emotionally and behaviorally connected to their job and company”. Gallup reports that majority of the millennial workforce is checked out when doing their work, meaning […]

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The truths you need to know about management consulting jobs
by / on 21/11/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

The truths you need to know about management consulting jobs

The popularity of consulting firms among top students has perhaps never been higher. Why all the recent love? The reason most often cited is that top consulting firms can offer that middle ground of strong compensation without the brutal hours associated with investment banking, though there has been some debate about the latter point. The starting salary for 2018 Harvard Business School gradswho […]

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6 Lessons You Can Learn From Recruiters About Motivation
by / on 21/11/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

6 Lessons You Can Learn From Recruiters About Motivation

Recruiters are undoubtedly some of the most resilient and motivated people in the working world. In simple terms, their job is to help companies source and hire the most qualified candidates – a delicate process that engenders an abundance of wins, losses, and setbacks.  As I write comfortably from my two-screen desktop surrounded by the larger-than-life world of Michael Page […]

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Singapore and Hong Kong face flood of job applications from UK bankers spooked by Brexit
by / on 15/11/2018 at 15:56 / in The Review

Singapore and Hong Kong face flood of job applications from UK bankers spooked by Brexit

Recruiters in Hong Kong and Singapore have spotted a surge in enquires from London-based banking professionals wanting to relocate to Asia in the final run-up to the UK leaving the European Union. But these candidates face a big problem: banks don’t plan to shift jobs to Asia because of Brexit. “As uncertainty over Brexit has grown during the last few […]

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How to know whether you are joining the right company and role for you
by / on 09/11/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

How to know whether you are joining the right company and role for you

When you’re looking for a job, it’s often easy to get caught up in what a potential employer thinks of you. Are you smart enough? Do you have the right experience? Will you make a meaningful contribution to the team? In this flurry of self-questioning, it’s easy to forget that the job search is actually a two-way street. It’s just […]

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UBS invited junior bankers to make their jobs less mundane
by / on 08/11/2018 at 11:30 / in The Review

UBS invited junior bankers to make their jobs less mundane

It’s not easy to get a job as a junior in an investment banking division (IBD), preparing the ground for M&A pitches or capital markets deals. But when you arrive, you may be surprised. “As an analyst, you spend 75% of your time on PowerPoint, making presentations,” one J.P. Morgan analyst told us last year. “You’re making presentations for the same market […]

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