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The Russian economy has historically been built on its rich natural resources. Now, the government is investing in an aggressive modernization plan in five key areas: information technology, nuclear energy, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, and energy efficiency. With the lowest debt-to-GDP ratio of any large country in the world, economic growth is imminent. And having been in Russia for over 15 years, Boyden has been and will continue to be part of that growth.Read More >>
Demand for top executives is on the rise, with senior executive retention expected across multiple sectors. The latest edition of Boyden’s quarterly Executive Outlook finds that CEO confidence, buoyed by stabilising global economies and advancements in digitalisation and e-commerce, is resulting in an increase in talent acquisition.Read More >>
Boyden recently held a breakfast event in Chicago with top human resources executives to discuss current trends in compensation packages and the governance issues surrounding them. The topic of the event, co-hosted by global HR consulting firm Towers Watson, was 'The Price of Performance; The Cost of Failure.'Read More >>
Boyden is a global organization with a presence in every major business center in the world, operating under a single brand: Boyden. With the global support of their Boyden colleagues, our local partners have the ability and expertise to make the best decisions for their individual markets.
Boyden was founded over 60 years ago, as the pioneer in the executive search industry. The Russia office originally opened in 1995. It brings Boyden’s rich heritage as the leading international retained executive search organization to the region, and today maintains its total commitment to groundbreaking best practices and impeccable integrity.
Boyden’s Leadership Series features Tatiana Kozhevnikova, Ph.D., Human Resources Director of X5 Retail Group. In this article, Ms. Kozhevnikova discusses workforce management trends in Russia, the experience needed to succeed in HR, how HR has evolved and her view on repatriation.
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