One of the core principles of modern business is that an employee’s personal life is private. It is never a manager’s business to know what an employee has done on their weekend, who they are romantically involved with, or even what they had for breakfast. On the clock employees should […]
European Workforce Ageing The European population is expected to grow significantly older over the next 20 years. The number of retirees will grow compared to the working age population. The average age of people within the labor force will rise. The percentage of workers between 55 and 64 will increase […]
Apprenticeships have been around for centuries as a way of bringing new talent into a profession.
Candidates around the world are affected by their political and economic environment. That is especially the case in places that are ruled by single families or parties.
Across the world, there is an unprecedented crunch for talented employees. While there will always be the self-employed, parents focusing on child rearing, and people who have temporarily left the wor
If you’ve ever been to Africa, you must know that it is developing at a very fast rate. There is a great demand for many types of expertise—scientific, design-oriented, medical, business-related etc.
Catalonia wants to split from Spain. That powerful factions within the French-bordering region want to establish their own nation is not necessarily new, but the steps it’s taking to get there have ac
If you are one of the many companies struggling to find talented professionals to fill your key roles, know that you’re not alone.
In September, German citizens elected chancellor Angela Merkel to her fourth term in office.
Recruiters for international corporations have the unenviable task of keeping abreast of labor laws that change almost hourly in a shifting political climate.