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

OUTSOURCING: THE INTERNATIONAL HR TREND

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Outsourcing human resources is not something new, though it has become grown into a major component of many HR department. The focus on outsources is a result of organizations trying to focus manpower and financial resources. With global talent able to fulfill many of the requirements of an HR department, employee costs and management are reduced often with an increase in performance.

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WOMEN CAN’T HAVE IT ALL

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While interviewing Indra K.Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo, at the Aspen Ideas Festival Monday, David Bradley, who owns The Atlantic, asked two questions that elicited as frank a discussion of work-life balance as I’ve seen from a U.S. CEO. Below is a lightly edited transcript. Read more

What Is Personal Image And Why It’s Extremely Important

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There seems to be a lot of confusion when it comes to Personal Image. So What Is Personal Image? Everything you say and do, don’t say and don’t do creates an image about you in the minds of those around you, what people say about you when you are not in the room. Your personal image has a number of elements. The way you dress, the colors you choose, the way you talk and the way you relate to others are some of the more important ones in determining your success in your career and in life. 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