Checklist for first-time job seekers

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There are many “mysterious” factors that affect the result of job seeking. If you are looking for a job for the first time, take a look through the checklist below to make sure you get the dream job at the soonest: Read more

How to manage office suppliers in 6 easy steps

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Managing office stationery not only limits to knowing what to buy and where to store, but also how to reduce the cost by reusing and recycling. We offer 6 basic steps below to simplify and optimize your stationery management procedure. Read more

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

4 Questions Business Owners Should Ask Themselves Before Hiring An HR Rep

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For many companies, hiring a human resources professional is a milestone that separates a lean startup from a stable business.

To find out what small-business owners should consider before they hire an HR rep, Lisa Mattiello, founder of the Rhode Island catering company Pranzi, and Joel Graybeal, co-owner of the North Carolina rock-climbing gym Triangle Rock Club, suggest asking yourself the following questions. Read more

6 Body Language Lessons From Famous Entrepreneurs

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Considering the stature of these entrepreneurs, you can be sure that most, if not all, have had some kind of coaching on how best to present themselves. So take a few easy lessons from their book. Read more