Platinum Rule: The Key to Employee Retention

In order to stay on top of the game, employers need people of high caliber. The process of attracting them in the organization, training them to best fit in, and making them key players within is one investment that comes with great risk, for these people, when not properly managed, will result to turnovers. 2016 […]

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EPS Japan Office in 2018

  EPS is pleased to announce the official opening of our EPS Japan office in Tokyo. EPS Japan will provide recruitment, executive search, staffing services and Internship Programme to our clients in Japan and South-East Asia region.     We will assist to source and deploy Japanese native and Japanese-speaking candidates based on your staffing requirements. Do […]

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Work Culture in the Philippines

For the past years, the Philippines has been one of the targeted countries of investors and companies coming from different industries around the globe to start up a business with. They have seen great potential of work force within the spirit of the Filipinos. But what does it like to be working and surrounded with […]

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Job Hopping Frustrates Employees as Much as Employers

As much as employers dislike job hoppers, employees too, dislike hopping around to different jobs. There could be a good reason why job hoppers exist. In this case, this article shows you a different perspective on job hopper and how employers can engage them to be committed and resourceful employees. Read full article: Job Hopping […]

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How to Write Job Ads for Millennials and Gen Z

For employers, learning to write job ads that speak to what appeals to today’s generation is critical to draw the best for your organization. In this article, it has identified 4 important points for employers to keep in mind to appeal to the generation of today. Read full article: How to Write Job Ads for […]

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Understanding the Job Seeker: 3 Steps to Making a Connection that Lasts

Finding a new job is stressful. Just think about all the steps a person has to take before accepting a new job: searching for work, preparing an application, sending it in, talking to a recruiter…that’s four steps already and we’re still a long way from extending an offer. Throughout the entire process, recruiters should be […]

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How to write an epic job description (in 500 words)

How to write an epic job description (in 500 words) With the average candidate visiting 12-18 sites before they even get to your jobs, it’s exceptionally important to use that job real estate wisely once they do. Candidates are doing most of their research in the Zero Moment of Truth phase (credit to Google for […]

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4 Tips for Getting Great Results from Your Career Page

We’ve all been there—looking for openings on a company’s site only to find a poorly designed and out of date career page, possibly with a lone job on it that expired three months ago. What’s the only thing missing from this experience? A tumbleweed blowing past and a lonely crow cawing in a tree overhead, […]

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8 Personality Traits of Successful Hires

With many positions receiving hundreds of qualified applicants, narrowing down the pool of applicants can be a challenge. Although skills are important, making the right match for your company culture is also critical for long-term retention. Here are 8 personality traits you should look for in interviews to make sure your next hire is the […]

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7 Career Theories to Help You Find Fulfilling Work

It’s the fundamental question at the heart of a fulfilling and happy career. However, many people overlook the importance of keeping true to themselves throughout their working lives. We are all constantly confronted with contradictory ideas; we think we want one thing but then start to want another. We’re always trying to weigh up what […]

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Forget Job Titles: Here’s What Really Matters in Your Career

There are many ways you can measure the success of your career. Your pay packet, your job title, the size of your team. But when it comes down to it , and you begin to look at the bigger picture, these measurements don’t mean a thing. You could have a great paying job with an impressive title – but […]

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5 Essential CV Writing Rules You Can’t Ignore

An attractive CV can be your gateway to your next big career move, but many job seekers CV’s fall short and fail to get responses from their applications. Writing an interview-winning CV can be difficult if you don’t fully understand what recruiters and hiring managers expect to see. So CV writing service StandOut CV has […]

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Move Over Soft Skills — the Future Demands Super Skills

Move Over Soft Skills — the Future Demands Super Skills We glimpse the future every day, and sometimes it’s weird. There are now refrigerators that will order groceries before you run out, doors in our homes that we can lock or unlock from cellphones halfway around the world, and semi-trucks that drive themselves. If one […]

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Secrets to a Successful Business

Secrets to a Successful Business Normally, employers tend to be straightforward with their workers for the business to run smoothly: “You do your job, I do mine.” The same case applies to Filipinos. However, their cheerfulness makes things a lot easier. One secret to make your business successful is keeping competent and happy workers. Believe […]

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Resume Writing Tips for Graduates

Resume Writing Tips for Graduates For newly graduated job seekers, writing your first professional CV can be challenging. It’s tough to know how exactly you should structure your CV, what to include and how to compete with all the other experienced job seekers on the market. Here are a few pointers to help you get […]

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Work Environment in Japan

Strict Rules Japanese Workers Follow Where to Sit in a Taxi with Your Seniors? As the world becomes more globalized, and a large number of companies are building their branches overseas, it is important for us to know and understand what is common and valued in other cultures. In Singapore, there is a record of […]

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Stress Management In The Workplace (Hr Strategies)

The word “stress” is an unexpected and unpredicted response of the brain and body to change as per defined by Hans Selye. Stress is a self-produced pain occurring in thoughts. It varies in different situations and environments. An employee at work, stress generates from when the workplace expects more results compared to what the employee […]

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21 Interview Mistakes To Avoid

21 Interview Mistakes To Avoid Hunting for a new job can be stressful and time-consuming, but once you’ve managed to secure a job interview or to the nerves really start to kick in. Follow these top tips of what you shouldn’t do in a job interview so that you can have a better chance of […]

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