“Leaders have strong impact on people’s lives. They are a role model and someone who can shape other people to be better. No matter in what field they work in, they should always give kind and good examples to his followers.” – HRinAsia Workforces are changing from time to time. Amidst the tightening talent market, […]
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Date: 21st March 2019 at 15:03
Author: hrinasia – HR ASIA

How many times should you expect someone to watch a commercial, to get the point over? Here’s Apple’s Christmas effort from TBWA’s Media Arts Lab – ‘Share Your Gifts’ – plugging (I think) Macbooks – pretty expensive Christmas prezzie. Then it all goes pear-shaped and heroine loses something – but what? On first viewing it …
Author: moreaboutadvertising.com
Date/time: 22nd November 2018, 00:01

Someone really though a millennial version of Monopoly might be a fun idea.
The very bitter people behind the board game known for tearing apart friend groups and getting children written out of wills released an especially cursed version of the game titled Monopoly For Millennials. 
In this version of the game, players don’t buy up properties — because what IRL millennial can afford to buy houses when they’re too busy spending their money on avocado toast, right? Instead the game employs tired stereotypes of younger generations, as players buy “experiences” like going to the Vegan Bistro or crashing on their Friend’s Couch. Skip the Boardwalk in favor of a Week-Long Meditation Retreat!  Read more…More about Games, Culture, Millennials, Culture, and Web Culture
Author: mashable.com/science
Date/time: 13th November 2018, 06:02