Job hunting is often a grueling task, both for the jobseeker and the recruiter. The jobseeker keeps browsing the Internet for hours on end in pursuit of the perfect job offer, and the recruiter ends up deluged with hundreds of CVs – some of them the length of a novel.




In May 1997 a group of Swedish musicians managed to convince the entire world that life in plastic is fantastic. It is still a mystery how they managed to gain such traction with radio listeners worldwide.

Times have changed, though, and this month marks the beginning of V.me, a new method of payment which, in the long run, aims to do away with all sorts of plastic cards taking up space in our wallets.




You don’t have to go quantum to realize that one issue may have numerous interpretations. Just look at the classic example of a glass half-filled with water – would you call it half-full, or rather half-empty?

Since one thing may be looked on in a number of ways, it is extremely important to make sure that people from different parts of organizations understand each other and are aware of the differences among themselves.





H.D. Thoreau once said “If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” These words ring true to this very day and they kindle the entrepreneurial spirit in new generations.





Sometime in the 19th century the three R’s began to define the basis of task-oriented education programs. In the eighties of the past century, Rescue Rangers a.k.a “Brygada RR” protected humanity from harm, crime and Professor Nimnul.

Now, it’s the beginning of the 21st century and the 5 R’s will help you build lifelong relationships with your employees.