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Human Resources Transformation, change & new directions

As most people say, the Human Resources Management area is undergoing a series of changes. Some have started, while others are waiting and looking to see what’s happening. Moreover, a big amount chooses not to change anything. So this boils down to individual choice.However, the fact is that with the available new technology being sold […]

25 Places in Vietnam to Add to Your Bucket List

Vietnam is a small country situated in between the East Sea and the Laos and Cambodia borders but it is definitely a rising star in every traveler’s bucket list. This magnificent land brings you a mix of everything but unlike anything you have ever seen: from lush paddy fields to risky jagged peaks, and from […]

Qantas to fly from London to Australia non-stop

Passengers will be able to fly from the UK to Australia non-stop from March 2018, says airline Qantas. Source: Qantas to fly from London to Australia non-stop – BBC News

Frazer Jones APAC annual survey and market report 2016

This Frazer Jones APAC annual survey and market report is the most comprehensive of HR salaries and recruitment trends in APAC: The survey covers Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong and explores recruitment trends, the latest average salaries in HR as well as anticipated salary increases across the region. It is used by thousands of HR […]

Innovator 25 Americas 2016

Our fourth annual Innovator 25 North America expands this year to the Americas to include Latin America and Canada. This year’s innovators made the cut because they’re producing work that points to the future of marketing and communications. We’ve heard the buzzwords words many times — courageous, authentic, game-changing, shareable, sticky — these 25, in […]

Study identifies brain cells that help us learn by watching others

Picture a little boy imitating his father shaving in the mirror or a little girl wobbling proudly in her mother’s high heels. From infancy, we learn by watching other people, then use those memories to help us predict outcomes and make decisions in the future. Now a UCLA-Caltech study has pinpointed the individual neurons in […]

Unexpected brain structures tied to creativity, and to stifling it

Investigators at Stanford University have found a surprising link between creative problem-solving and heightened activity in the cerebellum, a structure located in the back of the brain and more typically thought of as the body’s movement-coordination center. In designing the study, the researchers drew inspiration from the game Pictionary. The cerebellum, traditionally viewed as the […]

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