Irish ambassador John McCullagh visits vsource

 
On Thursday, the Irish Ambassador John McCullagh accompanied by his colleagues Alan McGreevey and Chi Nguyen arrived at vsource's office in Ho Chi Min City, the TMA Building in Quang Trung Software City.
 
The group first met with TMA's Chairman, Dr. Nguyen Huu Le, who gave a descriptive tour of the Museum on the ground floor that contains an incredible collection of various paintings, sculptures and books. Together they reviewed ancient Vietnamese artefacts and tools while Dr. Le told stories of his childhood, how his family made a living and how the water buffalo was almost like a member of their family.

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Intelligent Augmentation - How to Best Utilize AI in Recruitment

 

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Sourcing Vs. Recruiting - There is a Difference!

To the uninitiated, sourcing and recruiting may seem like one and the same thing. In fact, to many seasoned professionals in the industry the difference between both is a somewhat foggy area. This is understandable as both tasks are quite often carried out by the same person or, at the very least, colleagues on the same team.  

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Why Now Is the Time to Map Your Graduate Programs for 2020

As the end of the year approaches and company departments wind down for the holiday season, now is the time for the savvy recruiter to get a head-start on preparations for 2020. And we’re not just talking about hitting the ground running on January 1st, we’re planning much farther ahead. You see, now is the perfect time to start mapping out your graduate programs and attendance at college jobs fairs for 2020.

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The Global Shortage of Healthcare Talent and What You Can Do About It

It’s no secret that there’s a shortage of qualified talent in the healthcare industry. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) there will be a shortfall of about 18 million healthcare workers across the globe by 2030. And that’s before we even take into account the fact that an aging global population and a longer average lifespan means that by the same year, there will be a global demand for 40 million new health workers.

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