“The grass is always greener…”, there are many catchphrases that describe life and business, but they always seem to be in the future tense and suggest some sort of heroic journey. In our experience, uncovering the next big thing from an investment perspective is more about hard work and creating opportunities rather than hoping they will come. Identifying opportunities with outstanding potential is not your biggest obstacle—they often simply stand out. The challenge comes in executing the opportunities to deliver investor value.
Forum Virium Helsinki is running a pilot in Kalasatama with the aim of testing new smart home services and finding new solutions for light deliveries in an urban environment. From the last week of September onwards, customers of REDI shopping centre may have spotted a small wheeled robot moving about on its own. Its task is to deliver meals on-demand from K-Supermarket to the Majakka high-rise building. Customers can place an order via the building’s Asumi service on their computer or mobile device, and the delivery robot will take the products directly to the customer or to the collection point in the building’s shared facilities.
Being a student trying to find their way in the current job market might feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Having an optimistic outlook and strong perseverance are essential for landing a graduate job role. MoneyTransfers.com analysed data from employer feedback specialists GlassDoor to discover which graduate finance roles are currently the highest paying in each European country.
A large numbers of applicants are hustling for very limited job openings, every small detail counts to stand out in the crowd when being selected for a job interview. In this high-pressure situation, first impressions count, but can colour affect the interviewer’s perceptions and help you get a job? Resume.io surveyed 2,786 employees and asked them what colour they wore in their interviews when they got offered a position within the company, to find out what colours are more likely to get you a job – and the ones that can destroy your chances of being hired!
James and Sarah’s employers beware: these are the male and female names most likely to pull a sickie at work!
- For males, second on the list is Steven and the third is David, whilst the female names that make the top 3 are Claire and Laura, respectively.
- 91% workersrevealed Mental Health is the main reason for them to fake sickness and 87% admitted they have called sick to go to a party, concert or festival.
- 56% of men and women pull a sickie from 8 to 20 days per year!
If you want to have a secure job you should choose one in engineering. The pandemic has made more clear than ever how we need secure networks and good access to internet in our homes where more and more people work from now on. It is undeniable that technology has become an integral part of our lives. In fact, both individuals and organisations have grown heavily reliant on the technical tools of today. According to a study of Prolifics Testing the greatest demand for any technology job across Europe is the role of an AI Engineer in Italy, with a remarkable 4,941 job vacancies. Although it was also the most in-demand job in Romania, there were 14 times less vacancies available there, with 351.