People

The Traditional Employer-Employee Relationship is not Enough, Workers are Mainly Attracted by Independence. Are Czech Firms Ready for this?

The alternative workforce – a phrase that will be used ever more frequently in the HR segment in the coming years. Not only the self-employed, but also contractors, agency employees, freelancers and other “workers of the future” will soon replace traditional employees. However, are Czech firms ready for them? Only 33% of them consider this topic to be a priority; however, the percentage of those that are actually ready for it is even smaller. Join us in uncovering the secret of this trend and find out how it will define the future shape of HR. 

30. 7. 2019

The most significant changes in the field of labour migration after the amendment to the Act on the Residence of Foreigners

The amendment to the Act on the Residence of Aliens, which was signed by the President of the Czech Republic on 4th of July and was sent to be published in the Collection of the laws should come into effect in August 2019. The implementing regulations which are part of the amendment should come into effect in September 2019. Based on the EU transposition directive, the changes will enable foreign university students and researchers to stay in the Czech Republic up to nine months after completing their studies or research activities on the basis of a long-term residence for the purpose of finding a job or starting a business. 

15. 7. 2019

Critical thinking: Road to professional growth and personal development

Not falling prey to the first impression, not blindly adopting other people’s opinions, maintaining distance and being able to form your own opinion based on knowledge and experience – these are the abilities necessary for keeping track of the infinite amount of information that rushes in at us from all directions every day. Whether we are talking about personal or professional life, we will simply not be able to do without critical thinking in the future. Can this ability be learned? And what are its practical benefits? We focused on these and other question at our third MeetUp, where we bring young people seminars and workshops focused on trends in the area of the future of work. 

10. 6. 2019

An Interview with Diana Rádl Rogerová, Deloitte Managing Partner

Diana started working for Deloitte at a time when there were only about 50 employees, computers were not part of standard equipment in the offices, and working for the Big Four was a dream job. She built her career on the fact that she has never been afraid to ask and admit mistakes and she has always put her family first. All these factors helped her become the first woman ever to be leading Deloitte. What is Diana Rádl Rogerová like? 

20. 3. 2019