This is undoubtedly a challenging and uncertain time for us all as we try to navigate through the biting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every organisation around the world has had to adopt several methods to ensure business continuity while also playing safe with their most valuable asset – the right people.
The COVID-19 pandemic will go down as one of the worst crises in recent history. With the persistent increase in the numbers of confirmed cases and resulting deaths, the threat posed to the global economy is gradually surpassing what the world has ever seen before.
Over the course of 4 months, COVID-19 slowly changed the way business is done globally and compelled more traditional business organisations to adopt a remote working policy. In a bid to contain the spread of the virus and flatten the incidence curve, partial and full lockdowns (mass quarantines) have now been instituted
The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is, without doubt, a major concern on everyone’s minds for several reasons. What initially started as a localised health crisis has crystallised into a global economic issue as many businesses can no longer continue with operations as usual.
87% of U.S. firms believe that international expansion is necessary for long-term growth. Since the dawn of the new millennium, Nigeria has remained one of the top countries of choice for expanding your business and operations into the African market.
Relying on interviews alone, which fail to help you identify & select the right talents for your vacant roles, is not advisable. It is high time you considered adding psychometric assessments to your recruitment process. Psychometric assessments are one of the most reliable tools used by organisations to determine how suitable a candidate is for a specific role.
Businesses today are facing a leadership crisis.
Traditional business models are being disrupted and the future is uncertain.
In the turbulent outlook of the economic landscape, any organisation that is keen to gain a competitive edge in its sector must continue to tweak its strategy to adapt to the realities of the evolving marketplace.
On the 4th of February 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari officially presented to the public the Nigerian visa application policy (NVP) for the year 2020. The NVP 2020 provides a channel to attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), boost the tourism sector, enhance business opportunities and achieve African integration.
In the past, assessment centre methodology was barely acknowledged as a tool for use in the recruitment process. Hiring managers were content with merely conducting candidate interviews before making hiring decisions.