At Robert Walters, we believe in fostering inclusion, acceptance, and belonging in the workplace by employing individuals who bring unique perspectives to the company. All qualified individuals, including people of all races, national origins, ages and religions, people with or without disabilities, and people with any gender identity and sexual orientation, are urged to apply.
Crisis often creates fertile ground for fraud. The chaos that has arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic has created economic upheaval, and with that, a slew of criminals looking to exploit peoples’ desperation. Ensuring your business has an effective compliance program is essential to preventing cyber attacks, identifying fraud, and preventing revenue loss. Your Senior Compliance Officer not only needs to be an expert in their area, but they also need to have the leadership skills to manage a team of Compliance professionals effectively. When approaching this essential hire, here are seven things to look for to identify a stand-out Senior Compliance Officer candidate.<div> </div>
The Covid-19 pandemic led to the world’s largest ever workplace experiment as companies were forced to quickly mobilize their workforces from office-based working to home working with very little warning or preparation. But, what have we learned over the last several months and how might this shape the future of work?
Candidates who refuse to look at new and innovative ways to assess risk won’t flourish in a startup environment. Fintech businesses should look for a growth mindset as they build up their talent pool for a Risk Management role.
Earlier this month, we sat down with senior Los Angeles finance leaders to have an open dialogue around how the finance function has changed since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the discussion moderated by Drew Schulz, Finance and Operations at Kajabi, we tackled how LA startups have pivoted financially with budgeting and forecasting, but also how some have continued to hire in a remote landscape.
(San Francisco, CA, August 2020)- Of the 23% of tech workers who reported having a negative mental health experience working from home, 79% cite lack of physical interaction with their team as major cause of suffering.