Brno's success as a hub for information technology has created a new set of policy changes for business, university, and political leaders: how to manage the flow of talent through the region's schools to meet the demand for more quantity and more specially qualified graduates.
Given recent events, the word Brexit is becoming a synonym for uncertainty and constant change. Brexit and its timing and conditions have labour law ramifications not only for Czech citizens working in the UK, but also for British citizens living and working in the Czech Republic.
Bank clients think about the future. Half of us consult someone about where to put our savings, but only a third are loyal to our primary bank
- 43% of respondents have pension savings and contribute to funds
- Supplementary pension insurance and building savings continue to be popular banking products
- One in two people seeks advice on how to manage their finances
The US Presidential election next year has the potential to be even more contentious and unpredictable than the last. This major report, written in conjunction with Oxford Analytica, looks at the political and economic implications of four key scenarios. We'll update the core findings every month until the vote is held.
One of the major topics for Czech businesses in terms of human capital relates to employee experience with a focus on human approach and meaningfulness of work (86%). Nevertheless, only 36% of respondents believe that their business is prepared for that. These are the results of Deloitte 2019 Global Human Capital Trends study. Ten thousand respondents from 119 countries including the Czech Republic took part.
Strategic Directions for Czech Economic Policy
- 1) The home of value-added manufacturing
- 2) Prague-Brno-Ostrava Creative Triangle
- 3) Health Care as an export industry
- 4) Government as a competitive advantage
In Policy Pipeline policy developments in the Czech Republic and abroad are monitored to bring better understanding of current topics and trends.