AIMS International finds its Danish partner in Unique Human Capital
The world’s second largest global network of specialists in executive and board search and selection just got bigger.
Businesses and other organisations face growing competition when it comes to attracting and recruiting the best people. That’s the case everywhere, Denmark included. It may be a relatively small country, but it is very well connected to the global economy and hosts a good number of highly internationalised corporations.
“We are determined to offer the best possible service to our many globally oriented clients, and that meant that joining a truly international network of partners became a growing priority for us”, says Jørn Duhn, the CEO of Unique Human Capital – the new Danish representative of AIMS International. “It helps us when recruiting talent from other countries, but, at the same time, increasing numbers of foreign companies have shown keen interest in Danish talent and expertise in a range of industries. We want to help them more effectively too.”
Partnering to offer Automotive companies the best support to face current and future transformation challenges
In a fast changing environment where digitalization, hybridization, electrification, consolidation and supply disruption, are some of the many challenges all players from the Automotive Industry are confronted with, it is vital for Automotive companies which do not want to be left behind to review products and services portfolio, fine tune or entirely redesign organizations and adjust or revolutionize their operating model.
New workplace strategies need thought
Is it back to the office or stay at home? I’ve had a number of discussions with line managers and HR on this topic. Some companies have already reorganised their office spaces to reduce the number of workstations; many are waiting to see what comes next; and others not only expect to return to normal before long – but are actively working towards that goal.
Demand for flexibility when it comes to physical presence at the office was building before COVID-19, so whether there are new variants or not, businesses should consider at least the following issues before making any big decisions.