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November 2019

Resource Planning: Your Year Ahead & the Kind Difference

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As we near the end of the year many businesses will be drawing up plans for projected hiring needs in 2020, deciding on budgets and setting headcount numbers. Some of them might then put those plans aside until mid-January or the end of the financial year, before taking them back out and calling a recruiter, or posting a job ad and hoping the talent they need will be available at the same time their position opens up. Kind Consultancy are Governance, Risk and Compliance specialists who work differently to a traditional Recruitment firm and one of the many we can better meet the needs of…

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Career Corner: The Pros and Cons of Contracting

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You’re a Governance, Risk & Compliance professional. You’ve developed a portfolio of skills and gained an excellent bank of knowledge about your chosen niche and you’ve been working hard the area of the industry you’re really interested in. You’ve been in your current role for some time now, and you know you’re great at it but you’re starting to wonder where to take your career next. A question we get asked a lot by people in your position is: Should I be contracting? There are a lot of factors to consider before making this decision. Many people are attracted to the idea of contracting because…

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Non-Workplace Pension Regulations: What We Know & What’s To Come

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As we near the end of a turbulent year for the pensions sector, talk naturally turns to what’s going to happen next. The Financial Conduct Authority has talked a lot about non-workplace pensions this year, and we’re expecting this to solidify into actual rule changes in 2020. In July the FCA published a feedback statement following their consultation on non-workplace pensions – overshadowed to some degree at the time by the consultation on defined benefit transfers and the publication of final rules on retirement outcomes. But while it may not have made headlines at the time, it could result in regulations that have a huge…

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