Jolie Siam joins Vietnam Best 100 Companies to Work event

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Just like a face is often the first thing we see of a person, our opinion of a company can also be formed by looking at the reception. Visitors, clients or partners can usually feel the office environment and the company culture while they are waiting at the reception area.

Reception is far from being the biggest issue for a business and you can perform well without a good receptionist.  But while we often say “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, people actually do. Read more

6 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

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You dressed the part. You told engaging stories. You asked insightful questions. Frankly, you nailed the interview, but you didn’t get the job. What gives? You can certainly try to ask for feedback after receiving a rejection, but most employers probably won’t say much. If they do, it’ll be something fairly generic, along the lines of “other qualified candidates.” That, of course, isn’t always the real reason — it’s just that the real reason might be a little too awkward to actually say to someone’s face. So, what are some of these uncomfortable reasons for not selecting a particular job candidate? Read more

7 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy

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First, if your employees are unhappy, that could reflect poorly on the company culture, morale and/or management. Second, it costs 20% of an annual salary to replace a mid-level employee, and it could cost 213% of a year’s salary to replace a C-suiter, according to a study by CAP. Read more

7 Ways to Keep Your Employees Happy

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First, if your employees are unhappy, that could reflect poorly on the company culture, morale and/or management. Second, it costs 20% of an annual salary to replace a mid-level employee, and it could cost 213% of a year’s salary to replace a C-suiter, according to a study by CAP. Read more