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Report On Talent Guide 2021: Market, Challenges, Opportunities & Salary Range

On February 22, 2021 – Navigos Group, Vietnam’s leading recruitment service provider, publishes a report on “Talent Guide 2021: Market, Challenges, Opportunities & Salary Range”. This is the first Navigos Group’s overview report that not only covers opportunities and challenges in employment and recruitment but also covers the salary of candidates in about 35 industries in the market. The report is published based on the analysis of the results from a survey with nearly 6.000 candidates in the Navigos Group database. I. Salary, bonus and benefits for employees: Overview 2020 The criterion ‘Salary, bonus and welfare is the most important

Report On Middle And Senior Recruitment Demands In Vietnam Market In Q4/2020 And Outlook 2021

On January 25, 2021, Navigos Group – a leading recruitment group in Vietnam that is currently owning VietnamWorks and Navigos Search has published a report on middle and senior recruitment demands in the Vietnam market based on their clients’ recruitment demands in Quarter 4 in 2020 and outlook in 2021. Growing demands for foreign candidates The fourth quarter witnessed an increasing demand for foreign candidates. Enterprises in the Banking and Finance industry are looking for foreigners to be in charge of their Japanese, Korean and Chinese markets. Candidates are required to have the nationality of the market they are going

The World’s Best Countries In Which To Start A Career In 2020

According to the CEOWORLD magazine for 2020, The United Kingdom has been named as the best country in the world for starting a career, a Germany earned the No. 2 spots, followed by Canada in the third and the United States in fourth. Japan is next on the list. The world’s best countries in which to start a career in 2020 The 2020 rankings placed Japan in fifth ahead of France into 6th; while the Netherlands ranked 7th, and South Korea eighth. The ranking looked at how nearly 186,000 graduates (defined as adults less than 35 years old) scored countries

Target Sales Just Shocked Wall Street – Here’s How CEO Brian Cornell Did It

In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic surges, which shaking how Americans work, shop, and live, Target’s sales continue to soar. How did Target do it? Let’s see Target’s recipe to excel in pandemic America in this article. On November 18, Target announced its third-quarter financials that blew away Wall Street estimates. A few key stats shows that comparable sales rose 20%. Total revenue climbed $22.6 billion – an increase of more than 21% over the same time last year. Digital sales jumped 155%. New digital-driven services like in-store and curbside pickup and personal shopping via Shipt grew 200%. Target’s roughly 1,900

Development

Top 10 Emotional Intelligence Skills For Leaders To Improve Business Performance (Part 2)

6. Self-regulation Self-regulation is the EQ skill that typifies strong leaders. Leaders who can be aware of, and manage, their emotions communicate their message clearly and give others confidence in their leadership. Managers can build self-regulation by being aware of how they use and display emotion, paying attention to employee reactions, and asking questions to ensure their message was received clearly.  7. Ability to adapt to changes Strong leaders must possess the ability to not only accept change but embrace it, knowing that without change there can be no progress. One way that we specifically try to encourage change is

10 Things Great Leaders Never Say To Their Employees

When managing employees, your patience is sometimes tested by lack of motivation, resistance to your requests, and particularly stubborn individuals. However thin your patience gets stretched though, there are things you should never say to employees. Real leaders speak carefully. Unlike the average worker, the onus falls upon the boss to keep their nose clean when it comes to verbal communication. As a manager, you don’t have the luxury of saying something off the cuff when you are frustrated. The last thing you want is for your verbal mishaps to demotivate your staff and cause team friction, bringing about bigger problems

10 Common Mistakes That Every Manager Should Know

Management can be a minefield of potential mistakes for new and experienced managers alike. With this in mind, PRIMUS decided to look into the most common mistakes and hopefully help to aspire and current managers avoid these very common pitfalls in the future. In this article, we’re looking at 10 of the most common leadership and management errors and highlighting what you can do to avoid them. If you can learn about these here, rather than through experience, you’ll save yourself a lot of trouble!    1. Not providing feedback Sarah is a talented sales representative, but she has a

13 Tips To Succeed As A New Manager

New managers often enter their roles with a wave of emotions ranging from terrified to ecstatic. No manner of work experience can fully prepare you for what it means to be a team manager, but there are plenty of things you can do to get that much closer. Let’s take a look at 13 new manager tips to get you ready for your new role as the leader of a team.    1. Prepare before the promotion Most of the time people have a decent idea of when they will be getting promoted to a management position. If this is

Lifestyle

7 Ways Managers Can Support Employees’ Mental Health

Businesses have never been more aware of the importance of mental health than now. But paying mental health greater lip service doesn’t necessarily equip managers to actually deal with it any better in the workplace; nor does it help employees access the right support when they need it. According to a recent UK survey, 30% of employees feel unable to speak openly to management about feeling stressed. It is the corporate responsibility of every business to ensure this barrier is removed. Mental health awareness is not enough; it needs to be coupled with actual action. There are a ton of useful free

4 Inspirational Movies For Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs, like most people, need inspiration for their life. And what better way to find inspiration than to take a break and watch some thought-provoking movies. Regardless of where you currently stand on the entrepreneurial path, you are sure to find some much-needed inspiration by watching the movies featured on this list. Spend a little time recharging your batteries and get reinvigorated with these 4 insightful movies.    1. The Pursuit of Happiness The Pursuit of Happiness is about winning the fight against all odds while staying true to your inner compass. The main character – Gardner, is struggling to

New Trends Of The Travel Market In “The New Normal”

The world travel market has taken a hard hit by lockdown orders across nations due to the Coronavirus epidemic. Countless travel providers had fear of when the situation would get better or whether they can continue conducting their business. However, with the opening of borders and the relaxation of travel restrictions in most of Europe in July, we are seeing an initial recovery of the travel industry. Hotels are reopening, and airlines are resuming flights on a reduced but regular schedule.  The restart of travel after the COVID-19 lockdown raises some questions: What are the post-lockdown consumer trends shaping the

Mark Cuban Honest Tips To Help You Enlarge Your Pocket

You might have heard this billionaire’s name, but who is Mark Cuban and how did he make his money? It’s possible you know him as one of the sharks on the hit show “Shark Tank,” but Cuban is more than just a TV personality. He’s also the owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team competing in NBA and a successful investor. In fact, Mark Cuban’s companies are so successful that he made his first million in 1990 after selling his business to CompuServe and then earned a $5.9 billion paycheck after he sold his online streaming audio service to Yahoo