The subject of retirement is often discussed by Life Science executives, especially with the ongoing pressure to offer more solutions and support to the global market. The concern that many of us face is the impact of this wave when people have left their positions and how the industry will cope with finding new people to replace them. Let’s take a look at some of the key reasons executives feel the need to leave and learn more about how we can help.
There is no denying the fact that the Life Science industry is in high demand as we all look for improvements in our lives, wanting answers and solutions that can revolutionize our health. With that demand comes a world that is constantly changing and improving, but how can we work out where our focus needs to be and what is better left for the future? We took a look at some of the biggest trends in Life Science right now in a bid to work out where we are headed.
The Life Science industry is facing more demand for information than ever before. Despite a global staffing shortage, more companies are looking to expand their offer to meet the need. COVID-19 has boosted the amount of research money available, leaving many Life Science companies in desperate need of more space, opening up the property investment market to find suitable premises for labs, manufacturing, and office space. Continue reading “Why Property Developers and Investors Want to Work with Life Science Companies”
Working in the Life Science industry is both exciting and rewarding, but when you are given the challenge of recruiting new staff in addition to your current role, then you can be left feeling alone and overwhelmed, especially with the ongoing shortages in the field. Worryingly, there is a growing trend in Life Science that someone who holds a senior post and undertakes extensive levels of work is considered the best person to be responsible for finding new talent.
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