Good infographics on employee referrals going mobilemore
SpeakingPal App has been recommended in The Essential Guide for learning English as a Second Language. Mobile digital devices like smartphones, tablets, and even laptops have made it much easier for learners of English as a second language to immerse themselves in constant practice and speed up their learning process.more
The European accreditation body EFMD has joined forces with alumni networking specialists Graduway to help member business schools manage their alumni networks. The relationship will help participating schools to provide career services and mentoring as well as raise funds and promote executive education, says Graduway chief executive Daniel Cohen.more
Employee referral programs have turned out to be one of the best and most effective ways of finding talent and hiring an army of the best talent. Even companies, both big and small are encouraging employee referral. There are various social networks like LinkedIn which are gaining popularity as employee referral networks. John Sumser mentions in one of his article, that though employee referral programs are good, but they aren’t powerful enough to change the tide of corporate culture; or assemble a workforce that has new or diverse skill set; or promote and build diversity environment. He further points out that companies should understand that employees might not be able to make the best choice while making a referral. Employees who are new to the ERPs could also refer candidates with quite similar skill sets, which can lead to a phenomenon known as ‘inbreedingmore
During Q4 2013 ipsy grew their subscriber base from 200,000 at the end of September to 250,000 at the end of December29/01/2014
During Q4 2013 ipsy grew their subscriber base from 200,000 at the end of September to 250,000 at the end of December. Growth is expected to remain strong and the company is forecasting to double the program to well over 500,000 subscribers by the end of 2014.
Based on the strong results of the company’s video flash sales events – ipsyMe – tests and continued growth of the Glam Bag business, ipsy opened a 2,800 sq ft studio facility, as well as hired 11 content professionals. The goal of ipsyStudios is to create video content for ipsyMe, improve the quality of the Glam Bag offering, deliver on value added services for partner brands and reinforce ipsy’s brand. ipsyStudios is expected to ramp up to 16 ipsyMe events per month by the end of 2014.more