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Report On Recruitment Demands For Senior Management Level In Quarter 2/2020

On 9 July 2020, Navigos Group, the leading company in Vietnam’s recruitment industry, operator of the biggest job portal VietnamWorks and an executive search firm Navigos Search, has issued the report on recruitment demands for senior management level in Vietnam through Navigos Search’s clients’ hiring needs in Q2/2020. There is a disparity in recovery between Consumer Services and Business Services sector The new normal state has stimulated consumer spending needs, the state of international trade has not shown any sign of re-establishment yet, which has led to the disparity in hiring needs between the Consumer Services and Business Services sectors.

Whatsapp Incredible Success With No Marketing Campaign

“No ads! No games! No gimmicks!” – A simple principle which made a small messaging application win over giants like iMessage, WeChat, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, and many others – while being built by a crew of just 55 employees. Whatsapp’s success needs to be heard as it is not like any usual startup story where the founders had an idea which made them drop out from colleges, build a team, and get pre-seed funding from a giant. WhatsApp was conceptualized not by college students but by people who were in their thirties with a stable job. The story of Whatsapp

The Hidden Traits To IKEA’s Iconic Global Success

IKEA has led to the idea of ​​”making everyday lives better for more people” that created a paradigm shift in the minds of millions of households by providing quality products, quality at an affordable price. The largest retailer in the world exemplifies the fact that there is simply no formula for overnight success. So how does a teenager in Sweden create a superior brand? And what keeps them in the lead for such a long time? IKEA was founded in 1943 by the 17-year-old Ingvar Kamprad in Sweden. The company’s name is derived from the acronym I.K., plus the first

To Win Or To Lose: Leading In Digital Era

“Whether you are ready or not, digital vision and competence are already differentiating Winners from Losers.” “Neither RedBox nor Netflix are even on the radar screen in terms of competition,” said CEO Jim Keyes of Blockbuster – DVD rental service, in 2008. Blockbuster files for bankruptcy in 2010, and today we see Netflix worth the US $ 61.93 billion. As the pace of digital age intensifies, less digitally capable leaders will not be able to close the performance gap with digital savvy leaders possessing both the vision and capabilities. Become the digital leader, or lose Digital technology is transforming politics,

Changing Career During The CoronaViruss Pandemic: 5 Reasons Why

The Coronavirus Pandemic has caused thousands of people to lose their jobs. Mr. Le Minh Tan, Director of Department of Labor, Invalids, and Social Affairs said: “In the first 6 months of 2020, the whole city of Ho Chi Minh City had 327,952 workers leaving. As of June 24, the number of people applying for unemployment benefits was 90,041 people.”. While the corporation and government experienced a new concept of “how the work is done”, they opened up the thousands of job positions that still need to be filled, especially jobs that can be operated remotely. Career websites note an

Top 5 Hottest Jobs During The COVID Pandemic

Before the Coronavirus severely damaging the world economy, only a small share of employees worked from home five days a week. Now, many employees find themselves out of work due to social distancing, and others have transitioned to a work-from-home model and are relying on technology and the internet to collaborate with colleagues and get things done. Not surprisingly, internet technology-related hot jobs are suddenly in great demand during the coronavirus outbreak. Let’s take a quick look to see what are the highly demanding jobs during this tough period. Internet marketing In the Internet era, the competition is extremely fierce

Tesla Motors – Uniqueness Comes With Extraordinary Achievements

One of the biggest headlines of July was that Tesla’s shares had hit over $1,000, pricing its market capitalization at over $185 billion and therefore making it the most valuable car manufacturer in the world. This made it worth more than Toyota, and perhaps more significantly, of greater market value than Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler put together.  So how did Tesla, a relatively new player in the vehicle industry, astonishingly get so far in a mere 16 years that and almost single-handedly change the nature of the car industry forever? Appropriate strategies to battle the harsh time In spite