10 Jobs Suitable for New Moms and Dads

October 2nd, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

Becoming a parent is one of the most amazing and joyful moments of one’s life. Yet having a baby requires lots of resources. Balancing the time you have to care for your child and the time you have to work proves to be tricky. Some recent mothers are eager to resume their careers, others prefer [...]

Meet Rune Holstvig from Milestone Systems

September 26th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

We are getting excited because SEETEST 2018 is taking place this week in Belgrade, Serbia. Our partner Milestone Systems is sending Rune Holstvig who will present the topic "Automation to the rescue! Testing a 100.000 camera video system”. So make sure not to miss it! Rune has more than 11 years of experience in the [...]

Behind the scenes: Peek inside the HR department

September 19th, 2018|Advice, Business Advice|

Over the last century HR has evolved to much more than a support role. If we have to explain what the HR department of today is in one sentence, it would be the following: It is a trusted internal entity that contributes to business development and business continuity through building a strategy for attraction, development [...]

Our Partner Milestone Systems at SEETEST 2018 Conference in Belgrade

September 17th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

CALLING ALL SOFTWARE ENGINEERS AND QA EXPERTS IN SERBIA: Our partner, Milestone Systems, is attending SEETEST 2018 Conference in Belgrade! SEETEST is a big yearly event that brings software engineers and QA experts together to explore current and emerging Quality Assurance trends. It has become a staple on the Balkans and this year marks its [...]

Working While Studying

September 12th, 2018|Advice|

Perhaps you are tired of your parents’ and grandparents’ nagging you about the importance of your studies for your future. On the contrary, there is the popular saying among youngsters that studies don’t matter and even with a university diploma you are not guaranteed a good and well paid job. As usual, the truth seems [...]

Common Recruitment Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

September 5th, 2018|Advice, Business Advice|

You will come upon a bulk of articles on how to cut costs by hiring the right person and which recruitment mistakes to avoid, but the theory doesn’t always match the reality. Here we will guide you through some of the most common causes for recruitment failure, but we will also keep in mind that [...]

Is It Better to Work for a Small Company or Large Corporation?

August 30th, 2018|Advice, Career Advice|

At a certain point in our careers we have to decide whether to work for a smaller company or for a large corporation. Sometimes the choice is clear, because the pros for one outweigh by a large margin the pros for the other. Other times, the situation is more complicated and we struggle to choose. [...]

Make or Break a Job Ad – It’s Up to You

August 23rd, 2018|Advice, Business Advice|

One of the biggest troubles for all recruiters is how to best advertise vacancies in order to get the most relevant and qualified applicants with the least active sourcing efforts. “Job ad” is short for “job advertisement”, and not without a reason. How you will advertise the role will have a direct impact on the [...]

HR Evolution Vol. 3: Strategic HR Management and The Future Ahead

August 16th, 2018|Advice|

In the first two articles we introduced you to the origins and development of HR, as the Industrial Revolution and three consecutive wars changed the whole world. The past is the past, though -- it’s time to focus on what HR ended up like in today’s era of tech advancement, and what HR should become [...]

HR Evolution Vol. 2: From Great Depression to New Age

July 30th, 2018|Advice|

The first article of this series introduced you to the origins of HR two centuries ago, and its evolution until World War I and The Great Depression. Let’s continue our quest to find out how personnel management evolved over time to reach today’s shape and form. HR after the Great Depression The end of The [...]