Covid: A Game of Two Halves

Here we go again … Having eaten-out-to-help-out, caught up with friends and family, popped back into the office, and looked forward to the restoration of some kind of normality, we now face another six months of uncertainty and the consequences that brings. With winter looming, a “cancelled Christmas”, and Brexit on...

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No Women!

The Aerospace and Defence Industry has had long-standing diversity issues. These have not gone away during the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, attention being diverted elsewhere means more will need be done when we start to normalise. Many companies are aware of the disparity that exists and are proactively seeking ways to...

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Covid Leadership:

With Brexit on the horizon, 2020 was always likely to have its challenges; no one, however, could quite have predicted events thus far. You could argue that leadership has never been more critical – the consumer-facing industries, which rely heavily both on footfall and discretionary spend, have been particularly impacted...

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Are Actuaries Irrelevant?

In a world where AI, big data, and improved analytics are increasingly relied upon for complex tasks, and with regulatory landscapes constantly changing, how has the career path of the Actuary evolved over the years? In fact, asks Clare Nash, “Are Actuaries still relevant to Boards?”  In response Willis Towers Watson...

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Building a Brighter Future

Since the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdown, the construction and engineering sectors have faced significant challenges. However, with lockdown easing and construction sites reopening, things are starting to get back to ‘normal’. It is apparent however that business as usual is not going to happen overnight. March 2020 figures showed...

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Public Transport: What Next?

Before Covid-19 transformed the way we live, work, and travel, the future of public transport was looking good. This was particularly so in urban areas, with forecasts from organisations such as the UN predicting up to 68% of the world’s population would be living in urban areas by 2050. Coupled...

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