Challenges vs. opportunities

Interview by Beata Socha Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 11/12 (42), November/December 2017 With historically low unemployment, employers are hard pressed to find the talent they need. Not only do they have to use innovative candidate-sourcing techniques, but they should also pay more attention to employer branding and increasing employee loyalty. Which industries [...]

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Motivation and Engagement – listening

Exercise 1 Complete the text with one word as you listen to the audio recording. I would also like you to create your own questions, 1. ___ for your area of activity. As you all know,  the HR department is doing its best to earn the 2. ___ of all other [...]

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The Role of HR – listening

  REMEMBER! In formal English you should: avoid contracted forms (e.g. he’s, we’d, they’ve) but be careful about Saxon Genitive as its forms are correct and very similar to the previous (e.g. today’s meeting, John’s car, parents’ day) address people using the correct word (e.g. difference between a friend and a colleague) [...]

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Industry 4.0 – Man and Machine

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 06/07 (39), June/July 2017 Are we there yet? Three industrial revolutions have created the world we live in now and we are about to witness yet another major leap. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is sweeping the developed world: constant data exchange between machines and continuous data [...]

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Juggling with Polish pensions

By Sergiusz Prokurat Source: Warsaw Business Journal, Number 37, April 2017 Retirement is the ugliest word in the language claimed Ernest Hemingway, who loved to live and work, and for whom a pension was synonymous with sad old age. Not everyone shares Hemingway’s opinion on pensions. For Polish citizens it is a highly controversial, [...]

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A few words about mentoring in an organization

Mentoring is a long-term relationship between a person with tremendous baggage of experience and knowledge (mentor) who supports the development of a person with less experience or shorter period of employment (mentee). Mentoring can be both an informal relationship and a formalized program. It's one of the most effective (focused on practice) methods of learning [...]

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Understanding the mechanics of the labour market

Interview by Beata Socha, Source: Warsaw Business Journal, March 2017, No. 36 Employers remain confident they are covering all the bases in attracting and retaining talent. Meanwhile, employees, particularly the Millennial generation, are increasingly mobile, demanding and well informed. WBJ talked to Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and head of the ADP research institute, about [...]

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