The best corporate reputation is fueled with high quality employment, education and professional development. In order to achieve that goal, we defend a human resources' model that allow us to identify, maintain and promote the talent and, at the same time, boosting personal and professional development.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is already having a profound impact on the labour market. Some professions will disappear while others will blossom and require new abilities and skills. Let's see what they are!
Northern European countries are amongst the most productive in world. A few simple work habits can save us lots of time every day.
Mindfulness is the meditation of the 21st century. It is the perfect relaxation technique to increase your well-being at work. It reduces stress and anxiety levels, improves concentration and generates effects that have a positive impact on organisation and productivity. Read all about it...
The labour market demands digital skills, workers who are not only fluent in other languages or their academic speciality but in the essential tools to deal with fluency in the technological age. We mean knowledge about electronic devices, networks, cybersecurity, communications systems and data analysis, among other things.
Autonomous cars, smart grids, smartphones, Facebook, etc. How can we come up with the most innovative ideas? How can we detect and encourage disruptive talent?