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Posted on Wednesday, Mar 1, 2017
With more than 15 years of experience in the financial function, Fred Bunker has worked for a range of companies in the sports industry, from the New York Jets to Madison Square Garden. As the official recruitment partner of New York City Football Club, Hays placed Fred with the club in 2016 and recently caught up with him to discuss his career, experience with NYCFC, and advice for aspiring financial leaders.
Posted by David Brown, EVP, Veredus, a Hays company on Thursday, Feb 16, 2017
New types of attack are being dreamt up with increasing degrees of sophistication, and organizations are particularly worried about ransomware – malicious software that locks or encrypts documents on a computer and demands a ransom to unlock or decrypt it.
What do these changes mean for your IT career?
Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Vice President - Client Solutions on Friday, Feb 10, 2017
No business function operates in a silo, and procurement is no exception. It’s not news that internal relationships are key to delivering strategic and savings objectives, but still many procurement professionals find it tricky to know where to start, particularly when it’s the first time an organization has explored a particular procurement solution.
Posted By Dan Rodriguez, CEO, Veredus, a Hays company on Friday, Feb 10, 2017
No matter your field, constant progression during your career is essential. Without it, your role will seem repetitive, your skills could become outdated, and you are hindering your chances of success when applying for roles elsewhere, as well as in the future. To a large extent career development is down to you. You need to know which areas you want to improve in, and what your long term career goals are. You will then need to proactively communicate these goals to your boss and suggest action points for achieving these.
Posted By David Brown, EVP, Veredus, a Hays company on Friday, Feb 10, 2017