As the job market competition intensifies, the dynamics between employers and employees are changing.
Gender equality at workplaces is no more an idea. It is a way of business that more and more companies are accepting now
We have listed some of the risks that recruiters need to be aware of while incorporating social media in the hiring process
HR today has moved from being only a personnel department to a strategic business partner. It needs to ensure that the company workforce is well trained to face new business changes
The new year brings renewed motivation to pursue better opportunities both in personal and professional space. For job seekers, it brings new energy to put more efforts in getting their dream jobs.
What happens when a group of baby boomers, millennials and the Gen Z meet? Fervent idea exchanges, partial cultural transmission and most importantly, tons of fun.
Even at work, the office gets busy organising Secret Santa or White Elephant gift exchange games. Bosses start planning gifts for their teams. Some also start considering the idea last minute.
Social media is like Enrique Iglesias’ love song: one can run, one can hide but one can’t escape it!
Companies today are opting for more fun and quirky titles for their employees for the impact or experience-oriented results.
Sales is the most crucial and probably the toughest function in a business. The Nestlé, Novartis, Apple, Amazon or any other company - big or small - would not be what they are today if it was not for the sales they were making.
The pharma and life sciences industry is transforming at a fast pace. Thanks to the technological advancement.
Let’s admit. Being a freelancer is not easy.
Nowadays people love to talk about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. But what do these buzzwords mean exactly?
Have you noticed that a company that you have been applying to for various positions sends exactly same response each time?
Success in interviews depends a lot upon how one has prepared for it
"A language that does not affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing"