By: Chiara Ortiz General Manager, Talent Hub Employment Branding is the term to talk about the strategy to build the image or brand of a company. It is well known that a company that is well recognized as a good employer, is something that will favorably affect the perception that customers have of it; here the ultimate goal is not the customers, but the employees.
By: Chiara Ortiz General Manager of Talent Hub The truth is that it is no secret to anyone that women have the stigma that we can only take care of the children, the house and the husband, labels that have been attached to us since time immemorial and that we still have to deal with today.
By: Chiara Ortiz General Manager of Talent Hub The world is advancing by leaps and bounds, and business leaders have a huge challenge in the face of this rapid growth in every sense, socially, economically, politically, among others; this challenge is nothing more than staying competitive, with profitable growth throughout the world.
By: Msc. Abel Chinchilla Bazán Contact via LinkedIn We all aspire to be valued in our work environment, based on our qualities, skills and strengths. For years, we have dedicated effort, sleeplessness, economic and emotional sacrifices, involving our close nucleus, in the construction of the desirable person for the labor market or to achieve a goal.
By: Laura Centeno, Country Director, People Working Corp. Costa Rica firstname.lastname@example.org Very soon Costa Rica will experience a profound change in the Labor Code and employers must ensure that before, during and after the labor-management relationship, there are never cases of discrimination. Costa Rica's labor procedural reform has important changes
FOCUS When we act on "autopilot", we are not aware of what we are doing and it brings us sometimes serious problems. Here are 8 tips to get out of the moon. By: Laura Centeno, Country Director, People Working Corp. Costa Rica email@example.com Have you ever lost your house or car keys and you had them in your ...
HALFWAY How are we doing with our New Year's resolutions? 5 recommendations to keep them for the rest of the year. By: Laura Centeno, Country Director, People Working Corp. Costa Rica firstname.lastname@example.org At the end of last year I went out for coffee with my children and the topic of New Year's resolutions came up.