Recruiting is not hard, argues Liz Ryan, unless you’re making these five fatal recruiting mistakes
HAVANA (Reuters) – Retired Cuban President Fidel Castro celebrated his 89th birthday on Thursday with two of his country’s closest leftist allies from Latin America, a day ahead of a historic visit by the U.S. secretary of state.
HAVANA (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry travels to Cuba on Friday to raise the U.S. flag at the recently restored American embassy in Havana, another symbolic step in the thawing of relations between the two Cold War-era foes.
Shares in the German carmakers, very popular in China, have lost between 3% and 4% of their value in the first two days since the Chinese government began devaluing the yuan, or renminbi, this week. But what was that based on? “We think the sector devaluation over the last two […]
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia will free two teachers who were jailed for sexually abusing students at an international school, the pair’s lawyer said on Friday, in a case critics say was fraught with irregularities.
In recent weeks India’s box office analysts and commentators have celebrated the fact that two of this summer’s films, the Salman Khan starring drama Bajrangi Bhaijaan and the Prabhas featuring action epic Baahubali: The Beginning, have become the country’s second and third highest grossing films in box office history behind […]
When someone suggested I take in a jazz concert at a gigantic stone quarry where they used to extract limestone for local construction I wasn’t without a bit of skepticism. After all, I was more than content just beach hopping during the day — Menorca boasts perfect beaches with turquoise water […]
Do you work for a real manager, or a cowardly weenie? Liz Ryan makes it easy to tell!
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was poised on Friday to issue a statement marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, remarks that will be closely analyzed abroad to see whether he dilutes past apologies over the conflict.