A meteor shower, instead of hail – an analysis of economic and labor market forecasts, in search of the sun rays

Sometimes I am under the impression that the COVID-19 has a much greater force than is attributed to it in a medical context. At one point, I found myself cringing at the very thought of reading another report. But you can’t be afraid of the truth or bury your head in the sand. You have… Read More

How the C-level managers are looking for a job? Examples of good practice.

COVID-19 took us all by surprise, wreaking havoc not only in terms of health, but also in terms of work. Just a few weeks ago, management staff was making strategic decisions about the company’s development, planned investments and outlined competence areas to be filled in recruitment processes. At present, in many industries, strategic decisions are… Read More

The power of the silver wolves

– meaning, those on which employers frowned upon for many years and who now became their great hope One of the most important trends observed for a long time in labor markets all over the world is the aging of the population. Next year, 2020, the number of older people in the world will exceed… Read More

Jon Snow the archetype of a good leader?

What do we expect of candidates for managerial positions? Apparently only 1% of the population has never watched “Game of Thrones”. Until recently I was part of this representative group and I was very surprised to hear that people stay up half the night binge watching several episodes at a time. Not sleeping because of… Read More

Three faces of ghosting: emotional, employee and recruitment

When they say they love you and then disappear Until recently the term “ghosting” appeared in the context of male-female relations, specifically in a situation in which one says that they love the other and then all of a sudden disappear like a ghost. They stop answering the phone, fail to respond to messages, it’s… Read More