HLB Sustainability Report 2021
Our sustainability report 2021 provides three-step roadmap to help businesses develop their sustainability strategy and explore the technologies that can help at each stage.
What does the future of work look like?
With plenty of time to adapt to working remotely during the lockdowns and discovering the benefits, more and more businesses are embracing a hybrid work style.
COVID-19 – A catalyst for a new model of global collaboration
HLB CEO Marco Donzelli shares his thoughts on global collaboration and trade, in light of COVID-19 as a catalyst for change and the key findings from HLB’s Survey of Business...
Returning to the workplace: Considerations employers need to be aware of to protect staff
As offices re-open, what do employers need to be aware of to protect staff and comply with safety guidelines?
Strategies for business resilience after COVID-19
In the face of a crisis or economic slowdown, businesses that prioritise a resilience strategy are positioned to succeed.
Leadership in times of crisis: Pivoting towards recovery
When a crisis occurs, it tests your leadership skills. To pivot recovery, resilience, trust and strong communications are essential.
If we’re not intentionally inclusive, we are unintentionally exclusive: How men play a key role in the diversity and inclusion conversation
In honour of International Men’s Day, we explore how men play a key role in the diversity and inclusion conversation.
Talent scarcity: A top threat to business growth in the CEE region
Talent scarcity is a top threat for business growth in the CEE region. What is your people strategy to recruiting and attacking top talent?
Does your business have a client relationship strategy?
Here is how to build better relationships with your clients.
International Women’s Day: Being more and the myth of having it all
Can the modern career woman have it all? To mark International Women’s Day, three female accountants offer their thoughts.
How to stop picking up peanuts while the elephants march by
Did you know that 80% of your sales come from just 20% of your customers? Or that 80% of your purchases come from just 20% of your vendors?