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Boosting Positivism

In the post-crash workplace world companies give a boost to new positive thoughts and values among the “survivors”.

Corruption Commons

Transparency is a key word in the battle against corruption and all forms of favoritism, a way of acting which damages the whole of society is still widespread in western European countries and elsewhere.

The Tradition of the Opera in Italy

From the land of great opera composers to the country of talented opera singers, coming from Asia and particularly Korea, Italy has become a real “promised land” for Korean music students. However, their professional success is often waiting for them in their own homeland.

Compliance in Trades Explained

Compliance is usually defined as the concept of conforming to a request, a rule such as a policy, a standard or a law; in business, regulatory compliance means an organization's adherence to laws, regulations, guidelines and specifications relevant to its business.

Gamified Training in the Workplace: a Game Changer

Distractions are everywhere and, of course, workplaces are no exception. But companies now have a precious ally to foster employees’ engagement and emotional involvement in what they are doing thanks to the "games strategy", a key instrument in companies' hands.

Sensitive Company Information: Are Social Networks a True Threat?

Posting comments on social networks like Facebook has become common practice. Everyone wants to complain about something or someone, but what happens when complaints concern employers? The disclosure of confidential information on social platforms could endanger companies, which should adopt specific conduct policies.

China’s Calling for Foreign Talents

In one of the biggest economies in the world one should expect a job market open to workers coming from all over the planet. But China’s way toward a perfect trade-off between current social policies and the need for global talents is going to be long.

Games, Precious Allies in Training Programs.

AN ENGAGEMENT CRISIS Game mechanics, or gamification as experts like to call it, really help in creating engagement within employee training programs, for sure. This method has been used in training for hundreds of years. For example, the Girl Scouts and the US military have used badging, levels, challenges and rewards since their inception. As distractions continue to increase in our world (smartphones, social media and so on), it's harder to motivate and engage employees in the workforce. ...

Navigating Twitter Storms

Today brands are facing an incredible revolution that stems from the social media complaints boom. Consumers get in touch and complain about products or services directly on brands’ social media pages; companies must find ways to deal with them effectively.

To Be Happy: Reality or Utopia?

The most recent research has assessed whether happiness is partly genetic or partly correlated to personal behavior. The experts suggest some good rules to do one’s best to attain happiness and a positive state of mind.

Motivating a Workforce

Top-performing companies know that employee engagement is a force that drives business outcomes. Research shows that engaged employees are more productive, more profitable, customer focused, safer and less likely to leave the organization.

The Carrot or the Stick?

Top-performing companies know that employee engagement is a force that drives business outcomes. Research shows that engaged employees are more productive, more profitable, customer focused, safer and less likely to leave the organization.