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The hkp/// group is an independent and partner-led international consulting firm specializing
in performance management, talent management and compensation.

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The hkp/// group is an independent and partner-led international consulting firm specializing
in performance management, talent management and compensation.

  • Hidden Champions: Experts within companies

    Companies neglect their experts and are thus jeopardizing their future. Frank Gierschmann, Partner of hkp///group, on a new understanding of the "hidden champions".

  • Evaluation of supervisory boards

    Industry-specific German law (KWG) strictly requires the evaluation of supervisory boards of banks. Find out how hkp/// group supports a systematic self-evaluation of supervisory boards.

  • Grading with hkp/// JET

    Companies need flexible digital instruments to cope with HR challenges. hkp/// JET is an easy to use tool for grading in up-to-date organizations.

  • hkp/// group Expert Breakfast Zurich

    Compliance issues in the context of equity plans - that's the focus of the Expert Breakfast on Thursday, September 7, 2017, in Zurich. Bob Grayson of Tapestry and Desislava G. Rosebrock of Actelion will contribute as external speakers. The event is in English language.

  • Employee participation needs new perspective on risk

    Michael H. Kramarsch on benefits and risk of equity ownership in Germany. In an interview for the current issue of Comp&Ben magazine he argues for more sophisticated tax incentives and a new perspective on risk to make share purchase plans more successful.

September

05

Tuesday

Webinar "Results of the GEI 2017 study with focus on Switzerland"

The webinar presents key findings and results of the survey "Global Equity Insights 2017". Webinar in English language.

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A review of how the energy transition – from fossil towards renewable energy – also changes the labor market outlook and future pressures in these sectors.

 

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