What is it like to live and work in Switzerland?

Switzerland enjoys a very high standard of living and a stunning nature. The three largest Swiss cities are always among the top places to live in the world. Swiss have a reputation for their punctuality and efficiency. The Swiss banks and the efficient public transport system are known worldwide. An interview with the talent acquisition expert Ilsa Zulji to find out more about what it is like to live and work in Switzerland, the beautiful country in the heart of Europe.

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How to Motivate Your Employees at Work

As a business owner or a manager, you are probably facing the challenge to retain and motivate your employees. Surveys say that millennials tend to change their job every 2-3 years.  Due to the talent shortage in many countries and thanks to social medias like Linkedin, skilled professionals receive tons of tempting job offers. However, the motivated and satisfied employees are less likely to consider changing their job even if they are offered better conditions.

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What is it like to live and work in Poland?

Compared to the western European countries, Poland is not such a popular destination to immigrate to. However, Poland has a great climate for startups, as well as a lot of job opportunities to offer. Many big international companies have branches in Poland. Recruiters are actively looking for candidates abroad since it is hard to fill all the positions locally. To find out what it is like to live and work in Poland we talked to Emilia Owczarzak. Emilia has lived and worked in many countries worldwide but has chosen to return to Poland.

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8 Ways To Reduce Employee Turnover

The job market has changed over the past decades. The competition for qualified specialists has never been stronger. Employers are having a tough time filling open positions and even if they do hire people, the employees can accept a tempting job offer by a competitor any time. Managers need to find the answers to two questions: how to attract talent and how to retain it. 

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The Employment Opportunities You Are Ignoring

Searching for a job and reviewing the employment opportunities available can be one of the most stressful times in your life. Especially when it comes unexpectedly due to a massive layoff at your former employer. Worrying about how to pay the bills and take care of yourself becomes top priorities. There are several resources available to you for finding a new job. You could set aside time every day and log into the various websites where jobs are posted, or your time might be better spent improving your resume and practicing for interviews. Let’s check some automated ways you can identify new career opportunities.

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