A recurring topic of conversation throughout the latest edition of The Financial Technologist Magazine was the talent experience. In 2023, industry thought leaders are sure we'll move away from the damaging "war for talent", and instead understand talent as an experience; and talent teams, irrespective of marketplace, will be at the forefront of this.
Thus, The Best Internal Talent Team Award in the 2022 edition of The Top 1% Workplace Awards, holds an ever-increasing significance. And we are delighted to say that the Award this year went to the team at Marex. Congratulations to everyone at Marex on this highly deserved recognition. The judging panel were particularly impressed by "the team's ability to ensure company values remained at the heart of the process, ensuring a constant, positive affirmation of what life at Marex is truly like. They displayed an unwavering respect for exceptional talent which is reflected in their strong talent retention rates; collaboration drives operations, and you can see that in the brilliant internal team dynamics; irrespective of the turbulence of 2022, the team have shown an innate ability to adapt and overcome challenges; they are creating meaningful relationships and networks across financial services; and they have an impressive commitment to talent progression, understanding their role isn't simply limited to acquiring talent, but they are central to the entire tenure and professional journey."
We must also extend our applause to those highly commended in this category: Capital On Tap and 10x Banking!
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