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.
Talent is a differential value for companies on their path to success. As a result, companies are devoting ever increasing time and resources to enhancing their reputation and value proposition towards employees. The aim is to capture, attract and retain talent, as well as to increase engagement. Below, we review the main strategies for building human capital loyalty.
The transformation into a digital society is happening extremely fast, particularly with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the changes. There's no way back for companies, hence the growing demand for workers with expertise in new technologies. Here's a look at some of the digital jobs with the brightest future prospects.
You're presumably familiar with the concept of the startup, but have you heard about scale-ups? These are companies that have grown over the last three financial years at an annual rate above 20% in terms of number of employees or turnover and reaching this scale is the dream of any budding entrepreneur. Here we try to untangle the steps that need to be taken to take this great leap forward.
Returning to work after a holiday is never easy, but this year, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be even more of an uphill struggle. Here are some tips to avoid the post-holiday blues whether you are remote working or returning to the office. If you are one of the latter, don't forget to follow a series of recommendations to minimise the risk of infection!
Iberdrola presents 'United by the wind', a documentary that shows the most social aspect of the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm. More than twenty workers, both from the company and from several of its suppliers, tell us about the importance of teamwork, companionship and training to set up an infrastructure of this magnitude and complexity, as well as the driving effect that this development is having on local economies.
Women already hold 60% of post-secondary qualifications in the European Union. However, many find themselves obligated to leave the labour market due to their responsibilities as mothers or family careers.