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10 Ways To Build A Company People Wants To Work For (Part 1)

10 Ways To Build A Company People Wants To Work For (Part 1)

There’s certainly no doubt that it can be hard to attract and compete for top-notch candidates these days. However, despite the talent crunch, companies should still strive to hire individuals who share the same beliefs in terms of the company’s overall mission, values, and purpose. Here are 10 factors that […]

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Attract Talents With A Great Employee Culture

Attract Talents With A Great Employee Culture

Despite of the shrinking global talent market, one will still occasionally hear about that impressive application rate for a key position in a certain company. In attracting talents and strong applicants, a company’s employee culture may very well be the key. Developing a healthy workplace culture in your organisation takes […]

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Increasing Workplace Productivity Through Training

Increasing Workplace Productivity Through Training

It takes time to develop workplace productivity and there is more to it than simply talking to your employees about it. Often it is not the employees that are at fault. Sometimes a business or the management team do not provide enough of what they need to be productive. For […]

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English Skills and its Influence on Salary Packages and Promotions

English Skills and its Influence on Salary Packages and Promotions

As it turns out, having good English skills could be the key employees need to unlock the next stage of their careers. Studies have shown that employers in several sectors consistently give better salaries and more promotions to employees with greater English fluency. The Cambridge and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) study […]

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Employee Burnout : It’s Rarely A Personal Problem

Employee Burnout : It’s Rarely A Personal Problem

The growth in economy over the past years, while very commendable, has in fact put undue pressure on the entire world’s workforce. With a higher demand for talent, skills and experience as well as higher expectations from clients and employers, employee burnout is a reality for corporations, small businesses, non-profit […]

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How Tech Is Improving Recruiting and Hiring

How Tech Is Improving Recruiting and Hiring

It is true that technology is disrupting almost all sectors of business. From Uber in transportation to Airbnb in accommodation, today, there is a great deal of process automation that has completely changed the way we do business. It is safe to say that technology has improved the way we […]

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How To Draft An Effective Employee Learning And Development Programme

How To Draft An Effective Employee Learning And Development Programme

In a fast evolving business world where technologies are cropping up every second, companies need to constantly equip their employees with the necessary knowledge and technical know-hows, providing opportunities to help them enhance their skill set and advance their careers. Studies by Gallup reveal that only 30% of employees in […]

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Intel’s secret to seamless teamwork and collaboration

Intel’s secret to seamless teamwork and collaboration

Intel’s secret to seamless teamwork and collaboration: English. Today, being a global company means having team members spread all over the world—resulting in the need for a single corporate language. For Intel, a world leader in computing innovation, adopting English as its official language of communication has helped connect its […]

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For P&G, investing in English is a business strategy.

For P&G, investing in English is a business strategy.

For P&G, investing in English is a business strategy. With global operations in more than 70 countries — and brands being distributed in more than 180 — seamless communication with colleagues is imperative at P&G. Having a common platform on which to communicate is critical, and that platform is English. […]

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Employees Worldwide Prefer English

Employees Worldwide Prefer English

Publish Date:  May 16, 2012 Source:  Reuters.com Author:  Chris Michaud Workers whose jobs require them to interact with people in foreign countries say that English is the dominant language of business, according to a new poll. More than one quarter of employees in 26 countries around the world told an Ipsos […]

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