• InkognitoWith her “untraditional” profession, Ingrid Svitaničová, Office & Happiness Manager at Jenewein Group, also featured in the TV JOJ’s Inkognito, a popular competition-entertainment show, where personas from the world of showbusiness guess lesser or more familiar professions of guests and in the end they reveal the identity of a secret guest – a famous celebrity. Under the baton of the moderator Vlado Voštinár, the competitor quartet in the composition of Zdena Studenková, Michal Hudák, Marián Čekovský and Jozef Vajda did not manage to reveal Inge's position.

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  • 9 positions without which companies won’t be able to operate neither today nor tomorrow (3)Every company becomes a digital company. In each industry, traditional business models and processes are transformed by expanding new technologies and increasing the variety, especially security threats and measures. The impact of digital technologies is simply determinative. It fundamentally changes the conditions in which companies and their people operate. And for all that, they need specialists to capture and use every wave of digital change. In a series, where we are introducing nine major positions for organizations, we continue with Digital & Technology Officers. At the same time, we bring an overview of the areas where the need for digital leaders is greatest.
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  • Trend/BarometerMartin Krekáč, chairman and senior partner of the consulting company Jenewein Group, regularly takes part in the voting of more than hundred leading professionals of Slovak economy. His answer to the question Do you think that companies, the state and the people themselves in Slovakia are investing enough in their "human capital"?, was published not only at www.etrend.sk/barometer, but also in printed version of the weekly journal Trend.
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  • 9 positions without which companies won’t be able to operate neither today nor tomorrow (2)In the world of work, the ability to cope with the uncertainty, ambiguity and volatility of the business environment is crucial. The mission of human resources is also changing – Human Resources Manager is perceived as a strategic partner of top management. At the same time, he must be the link between management and employees. And this also has an impact on the expectations of personnel departments and their bosses. In a series where we are introducing nine key positions for the organization and the profile of the optimum candidates who will surely star in them, we continue with HR Officers & Professionals.
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  • Podnikajte.sk: Generational exchange – useful tips on how to manage a business pensionIn our lands, more and more Family Businesses, mainly established in the 1990s, whose founders are gradually retiring, are going through the process of generational exchange. But how to approach a generational exchange with a cool head and how to handle it without family dramas? How to prepare for a business pension? Mario Fondati, Amrop Managing Client Partner and the guarantor of cooperation with Family Businesses, also comments on the topic for the podnikajte.sk portal.
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  • Trend/BarometerMartin Krekáč, chairman and senior partner of the consulting company Jenewein Group, regularly takes part in the voting of more than hundred leading professionals of Slovak economy. His answer to the question Do you think it is acceptable if a representative of a state institution or a government-controlled firm refuses to disclose his/her CV?, was published not only at www.etrend.sk/barometer, but also in printed version of the weekly journal Trend.
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  • 9 positions without which companies won’t be able to operate neither today nor tomorrow (1)The world of work is changing. Companies are trying to keep up with the digital era turbulence, and the scissors between demand and supply are in some cases becoming more and more open. The requirements for potential employees are different – knowledge and skills are no longer the main criterion. Working day and tasks look different nowadays than a few years ago. And who is here to comprehend? Our series will bring more light into this topic – in InStore magazine, we will gradually introduce nine key positions for the organization and the profile of the optimum candidates who will surely star in them. Part One: Communications & Public Affairs Officer.
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  • 2019: The peak is over, tension on the market will easeSlovakia´s GDP grew by 4,3 % in 2018. In February, FinMin analysts estimated 2019´s growth at 4 %, down by 0,5 percentage points compared to the previous prognosis. Real wages are expected to grow by 4 %, while the unemployment rate should decrease to 6 %. This should reduce the pressure posed by the lack of a labour force, the most frequently cited problém employers faced in 2018, along with legislative changes that increased costs and red tape. Also, Igor Šulík, Managing Leadership Partner at Amrop and Miroslav Jankovič, Senior Client Partner of Jenewein Group gave in annual publication, the Career and Employment Guide, of The Slovak Spectator their opinion to this topic.
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  • More attractive salaries and benefits can offset an insufficient labour forceThe current lack of workers is forcing HR professionals to look abroad, not just to geographically close countries but also further east. At the same time, experts on the labour market believe there are still enough people in the local market, they only need the right motivation to take up a job. The Slovak Spectator (for Career and Employment Guide) asked professional from leading HR companies in Slovakia about the changes on the labour market. Also, Lucia Nacíková, Senior Consultant at Amrop was one of them.
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  • Podnikajte.sk: Generational exchanges in Family Businesses are preceded by years of preparationAccording to available statistics, Family Businesses account for more than half of all SMEs in Slovakia. Generation exchange or succession is its natural part – it is a long-term process in which the incoming family members would take over the management of the company. However, the emergence of a new generation into a Family Business also carries some risks. What pitfalls are waiting for the company founder and his successors and how to prepare for them? Mario Fondati, Managing Client Partner at Amrop and the guarantor of cooperation with Family Businesses also comments on the topic for the podnikajte.sk portal.
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