The Sound of Music in the Working Atmosphere

Imagine you are in a room full of people. Each of them is working and all you can hear without your headphones is the sound of fast typing on the keyboards. In that situation, the only question that comes to my mind is: How does that make me feel? Lonely, happy, depressed or motivated? 

Part 1 - To hire or not?

A band of Misfits As rewarding as it can be, at times dealing with something as vague as the labor market can be tedious. Unfortunately for recruiters and HR lovers, the labor market is not as transparent as we would like it to be.

IT Skills Special Packages

The importance of skills is necessary. To make money from selling apples and oranges you need to have communication and selling skills and sometimes more. If you want to start making money out of something, you need to have some skills right? So, when we summarize, we are becoming aware of how much

Are you going to cross that road?

In most cases, people love their jobs and they are dedicated workers. But, in these days they no longer work for one company their whole year. They evolve intellectually and often they change the way they live. People nowadays are seeking for new experiences. They are not working until retirement an

One Flew Over the Causeway Nest

‘’Power corrupts absolutely and absolute power corrupts absolutely. I cannot accept your canon that we are to judge Pope and King unlike other men with a favourable presumption that they did no wrong. If there is any presumption it is the other way against holders of power, increasing as the power i

Intelligence Apps And its use for Future Intelligence

The days when employees were gratified with simple mobile-enabled access to key business applications and data are gone. Today’s digital natives demand much more than this, they anticipate intelligent user experience and highly usable as offered by consumer apps. Intelligent apps assure to provide

Chasing Unicorns PART 2

Chances are that if you’ve been in the HR and recruiting industry for more than a few months, you’ve run into that monumental question that plagues recruiters: Should you strive for quality or quantity?