Our industry HR specialists on how to retain your best people

Our industry HR specialists on how to retain your best people

FINANCIAL NEWSWIRE ‘Great resignation’ trickles into wealth sector Maintaining employee engagement amid the so-called ‘great resignation’ and persisting COVID-19 cases has created new challenges for wealth management firms and their human resources (HR) teams,...
Super Recruiters in the news…

Super Recruiters in the news…

Non-negotiables for recruiting in the new normal BY JAMIE WILLIAMSON 9 MAY 2022 The wealth management industry is not immune to the great resignation, but there are ways to avoid being hit too hard, Super Recruiters says. The recruitment agency said that while many...
Wealth managers need to ‘transform’ to retain best staff

Wealth managers need to ‘transform’ to retain best staff

Wealth managers must ‘transform’ to avoid losing staff to ‘the great resignation’ Wealth management businesses must be willing to shake up their systems and processes to avoid losing staff, a senior consultant has said. Darran Irving of Super Recruiters...
Super Recruiters appoints chair

Super Recruiters appoints chair

23 September 2020 By Chris Dastoor  Superannuation and wealth management recruiting firm Super Recruiters has appointed Cathy Doyle as chair.  Doyle would advise Super Recruiters’ knowledge and consulting work that assisted human resources (HR) leaders of wealth...
HR departments transform hiring as COVID continues

HR departments transform hiring as COVID continues

The ‘second wave’ of COVID-19 brings a raft of challenges for our wealth management industry, ranging from many of our people seeking to continue to work from home to just a few more months of Job Keeper allowances for employers. As wealth management industry roles...