Category Archives: New Trends

Are you using LinkedIn to its fullest to get a job?

By | 13th January, 2020

I turned on the TV recently and saw a “CBS This Morning” interview with Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn. Needless to say, it inspired me to sit down and write. After all, I was receiving information on how to boost your LinkedIn profile during a job search straight from the CEO’s mouth, so I

Ten Ways To Use LinkedIn In Your Job Search

By | 12th January, 2020

LinkedIn is an insanely useful tool for every working person, not to mention every job-seeker and student. The only unfortunate thing about LinkedIn as a job search tool is that most of what’s powerful about LinkedIn as a job-search tool is not obvious to the casual LinkedIn user.
If the only thing you’re doing

9 expert-backed ways to use LinkedIn to find a job

By | 11th January, 2020

If you’re looking for a new job, LinkedIn is a good place to start your search.
At least 500 million people use the network, and there are more than 10 million active job listings, Fortune magazine reported in 2017.
Business Insider reached out to career experts at LinkedIn and independent LinkedIn specialists

Work Environment Day

By | 5th June, 2017

World Environment Day (WED) occurs on 5 June every year, and is the United Nation’s principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. First held in 1974, it has been a flagship campaign for raising awareness on emerging environmental issues from marine pollution and global warming, to sustainable

Wish you Happy bday…

By | 4th November, 2016

Five ways to work out a new set of KRAs

By | 21st April, 2012

Just when many have let out a collective sigh of relief at appraisals being over, a new set of key result areas (KRAs) needs to be cleared.
Firms have made their variable component higher and the criteria more rigorous, so nothing short of achieving them completely would ensure a good take home at the

Bring Back the Organization Man

By | 16th March, 2012

How to find good quality employees, how to hang onto them, and how to develop them into better employees — these are the questions managers across the world constantly wrestle with. I’ve heard them in Europe at Davos this year, and from multinationals across the globe. I’ve seen them ripple across the booming economies in

Why Porter’s Model No Longer Works

By | 16th March, 2012

magine that you wanted a new home theater system. But instead of spending hours in Best Buy or on Amazon comparing configurations and assembling the parts you needed, you could signal what you wanted and a company would create it for you. You might simply Pinterest the elements you liked, including information about your space