The Marketing Revolution No One Predicted

The emergence of computers allowed business software to be applied to the workplace. Keyboards on the desk replaced pens behind the ears and messy hand-written ledgers. As the cost of computing fell and personal computers became ubiquitous, enterprise software platforms started to spread through the fabric o the business.

Why You Should Invest In Employee Experience In 2018

Once upon a time, companies experienced stiff-neck competition and a rising demand for dedicated and talented human resource. This led to organizations to come with ideas that would benefit employees at the workplace, provide value, and gain their loyalty.

Upgrade Your Skills to Strive at Your Workplace!

Skill Development means developing yourself and your skill sets to add value for the organization and for your own career development. Developing your skills begins with assessing which skills are important for your desired career development.

Quick Tips on How to Succeed at Your New Job!

There are lots of platforms like Naukri, Monster and what not to help you get one quick! Sending resume to top MNCs have played a part now it is time for video interviews.  But the real struggle now is to keep the job.

5 HR Trends To Watch Out For In 2018!

As companies gear up for yearly reviews to track progress, it’s best to be updated. With a host of innovations & technological changes knocking on metaphorical industry doors, recruiters can hope to welcome 2018 with an upturn of new HR Trends that are soon to hit the industry.

Introducing Monjin Basics: Find Talent Beyond the Parameter

Introducing a brand-new plug-in to expand your reach: Monjin Basics. A 2015 study by Deloitte reported that it takes an average of 70 days to hire skilled production workers & 94 days, in case of highly skilled roles. Rome wasn’t built in a day and hiring good talent for an organization is no different.

5 Ways to Establish Yourself as An Industry Expert

In an era when people are bombarded with information, ‘value’ is your selling ticket. Of course, memes and gifs are fun. But where thought leadership is concerned, you might want to watch out for key terms and scan platforms to see if your target audience have a question that’s within your area of expertise.