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- Companies needs to adapt to attract millennials, says survey
- The business industry needs to focus on people and purpose over products and profits in order to attract the millennial generation, according to a new survey survey.Deloitte Global surveyed 7,800 graduates born after 1982 who are in full time employment across 29 countries, including the UK, on effective leadership and how business operates and impacts society.Among the UK respondents 71% said they thought businesses have a positive impact on society, but 77% of UK millennials and 75% globally say businesses are focused on their own agenda rather than helping to improve society.Additionally, ...
- Salary Survey 2014
- From austerity healthcare spending to ever-stricter market access hurdles, the pharmaceutical industry continued to face a challenging time in 2014, but the final months of the year seemed to bring with them glimpses of better times ahead.There were predictions of the end of the dreaded patent cliff, at least for most companies, important advances in therapy areas such as hepatitis C and immuno-oncology and the continued rise of personalised healthcare.But were the - potentially - better times to come or the problems of the last couple of years more in evidence when industry executives turned ...
- Publicis Healthcare named “Best Place To Work” for LGBT equality
- Publicis Healthcare Communications Group (PHCG) has been recognised as a “Best Place To Work” by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2015 Corporate Equality Index (CEI).The Index, which ranked PHCG as a perfect 100, is a national benchmark tool for business policies and practices relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.Companies were ranked against five criteria; equal employment opportunity policy, employment benefits, organisational LGBT competency, public commitment and responsible citizenship. Each section is points weighted, totalling the 100 points that are ...
- Volunteering makes business leaders happier, says survey
- A new survey has found that 89% of business leaders who engage with charities claim it makes them happier and improves their business skills.Pilotlight, a not-for-profit organisation that connects businesses and charities, conducted the survey of over 130 business members across England and Scotland and found that 98% of business leaders have a greater appreciation of the work of charities and social enterprises.84% of senior executives got involved with charities to ‘give something back’ and nearly two-thirds (62%) found it increased their own job satisfaction.The survey’s findings were ...
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- Interview: The talent deficit
- As the environment for agencies working in healthcare marketing continues to evolve more and more is expected of personnel in all departments.As a specialised industry, however, there can be difficulty in finding the right people for the job. Speaking to PME Max Jackson, CEO, EMEA & APAC at Sudler & Hennessey, discussed the talent deficit faced by the industry.Is there a problem with attracting new talent to agencies and, if so, why is this?Max Jackson: I don’t think we have a problem with attracting new talent, I think the problem is that there isn’t a lot of talent around. But it ...
- Closing the gender gap
- According to a Scrip Intelligence report published last year, women account for only 11% of the board in pharma companies. This could be considered a positive given that it is nearly double the 6% cited for business as a whole (CMI 2013), but as our (arguably fairer) sex makes up an almost equal proportion of the population as a whole, surely something is going wrong?Barri Blauvelt, writing in PM360 earlier this year, paints a stark picture of a problem that starts at ‘grass roots’ level: “We see that while over 70% of the pharmaceutical sales force are women, fewer than one-third are ...
- Women in the boardroom
- Women’s representation at the higher echelons of corporate decision-making has long been an issue across all sectors of the EU. For life sciences in the UK, there are signs of real improvement, but for meaningful change the industry needs to shed its reliance on personal networking and cast the net wide.In November 2013, the European Parliament voted with a decisive majority to back the European Commission’s (EC) proposed law. This law was designed to shatter the glass ceiling that continues to bar female talent from the highest levels of corporate influence.While the proposal still needs to ...
- Developing an innovation culture
- The pharmaceutical sector is one of the few industries still operating on a business model that largely dates back more than 60 years, something which is becoming increasingly less viable as we settle into the rapid-paced digital era.Many senior executives claim that given the sector they operate in and the unique complexities they face, changing to a different modus operandi is not a straight-forward proposition. That may be so, but like many other industries – from automotive, telecommunications to IT - pharma is being forced to reinvent itself.I’m reminded of Spencer Johnson’s best-selling ...