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Why PM won't heed Jap PM's tots

Foreword: Chris K (A S’porean FT living in Japan) commented on Facebook on this piece. I’ve worked his comments into the original piece and added some background info. 629 more words


Begin to be now, what you will be hereafter

The title of this post is a quote from William James, an influential American philosopher and the very first educator to offer a Psychology course in the United States. 293 more words


The Importance of Social Media in Recruiting New Talent

Running a help wanted ad in the classifieds of the local newspaper? So last century.  Hiring a headhunting firm? Who’s got the budget?  When it comes to recruiting top notch talent, companies are starting to look toward social media platforms for their next high-level executive.   828 more words

Jason Hanold

’47 Names John Rabik National Accounts Manager

Boston-based premium sports brand ’47 has hired John Rabik as national accounts manager, lifestyle. Rabik will lead efforts to grow ’47’s lifestyle accounts and increase brand awareness nationally and internationally. 194 more words

Human Resources

Disability discrimination awareness training for managers

DISABILITY discrimination awareness training is being rolled out to npower’s managers following work with the Equality and Human Rights Commission to improve conditions for disabled staff. 190 more words

Employment Law

İnsan Kaynaklarında Yenilikçi Uygulamalar

Çoğu şirketin gündeminde gittikçe artan bir ağırlıkta konuşulan bir konu yaratıcılık, yenilikçilik.

İnsan Kaynakları alanında da farklı uygulamalar olduğunu duyuyoruz, görüyoruz.

Amacım, sizlerin de desteği ve yorumlarıyla bu konuda bir kaynak oluşturabilmek. 306 more words

Human Resources

HR Trends to Watch in 2016

Chris Throgmorton is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and served with the California Highway Patrol for nearly a decade. Building off his military and law enforcement experience, Chris Throgmorton works with companies to develop team-building strategies and improve their… 206 more words

Chris Throgmorton