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HRWorld SEA: KPMG Singapore announces salary increments for a majority of employees

KPMG Singapore has announced salary increments for a majority of its employees. In addition, they will invest in a S$30mn-worth lifelong learning programme for its 3,200-strong local workforce. In 2021, the company announced a commitment to "embed ESG competencies" in…

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The Business Times: Asia’s ESG talent crunch

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills relating to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues to employees of professional services firm KPMG as part of their plans to provide ESG training to all its 227,000 people.…

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Cambridge Judge Business School will deliver environmental, social and governance (ESG) skills to KPMG employees around the world as part of new collaboration. Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills relating to environmental, social and governance…

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Financial Post: KPMG launches multi-year programme to accelerate global solutions for environmental, social and governance issues

KPMG plans to spend more than US$1.5 billion over the next three years specifically to focus on the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG). Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and other experts will deliver skills to company's 227,000 employees as part of a…

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Dr Vanessa Marcie is teaching the power of humour in leadership

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumna Dr Vanessa Marcie is helping leaders build better relationships through her training and coaching startup. In 2016, Dr Vanessa Marcie (EMBA 2016) was leading marketing and communications projects for a French Investment Promotion Agency while being…

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Can UK law firms survive the storm?

The UK’s legal sector is being hit by a ‘near perfect storm’ that may force dramatic changes in recruitment polices with the ‘averagely good’ replacing the best and brightest law graduates. That is the view of Tim Bellis, Fellow in…

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