ABSL and CzechInvest look for talents in the UK

The Czech Your Talent project, initiated by ABSL in co-operation with CzechInvest, has been successful in attracting people interested in working in the Czech Republic from Germany and now moves to UK. The aim of the project is to find new employees for Czech business services centers, who, in addition to the appropriate qualifications, need … Read more…

ABSL: The Czech Republic has the best experts, which is why qualified work from all over the world is coming here.

Business services centres providing services in the field of information technologies R&D and logistics grew the fastest last year within the Czech business services segment. The entire sector reported 19% growth and the number of employees reached 89,000. Adoption of modern technologies will slightly slow this growth in future years, but on the other hand … Read more…

New technologies are changing the business services market and there is growing interest in employees with advanced technical skills. ¨

The requirements placed on employees in the business services sector will change by 2025. Many positions, including those that are currently occupied by university-educated people with experience, will practically cease to exist. Technologies will simultaneously create new positions and additional company processes will be carried out within the scope of business services as a result … Read more…

Companies are centralising more and more processes. This results in the increased quality of services and significant savings

Centralisation of company processes is a trend that is being increasingly implemented. Companies now not only handle routine processes such as accounting or IT support centrally, but also for example personnel management, creation of contracts, research or even settlement of claims and complaints. Centralisation of this administration makes companies more effective, improves the quality of … Read more…

Up to 40% new employees thanks to corporate education

Development and utilisation of technologies and the related creation of new professions means the need for constant education of employees. The role of the corporate academy thereby becomes more and more important, particularly in the business services sector where significant changes to work procedures and processes are made. As well as increasing the competence of … Read more…