Business in Turkey

Are you aware of white collar crimes?

Are you aware of white collar crimes?

Do you know enough about white collar crimes that have clearly increased due to global workforce mobility? Either as the owner or employee of the company, you need to foresee the potential dangers of work crimes in order to protect yourself and the company. All the white collar crimes including …

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My Surprisingly Pleasant First MOOC Experience

My Surprisingly Pleasant First MOOC Experience

I finally finished my first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). I must admit it was one of the BEST classes I have ever taken. The name of the course was Crash Course on Creativity taught by Tina Seelig, Executive Director of Stanford Technology Ventures Program . This was a well-organized …

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Turkish Youth Employment Sees Positive Trend: ILO

Turkish Youth Employment Sees Positive Trend: ILO

Turkey’s youth unemployment stood at 20.7 percent in January according to official data. Despite a growing youth jobless rate in developed markets, Turkey has managed to minimize the increase in this area, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday. Releasing their report titled “Global Employment Trends for Youth 2013” …

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Next Best Thing to Fortune Telling: Astrology

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    by: Ela Erozan Gürsel   2012 is ending and we’re entering a new year with new resolutions, plans and hopes. We have ambitions and desires in our personal lives as well as professional lives. Sometimes we want a fortune teller’s globe to tell us what’s going to happen …

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Meet The Most Powerful Decision Maker: The Brain

Meet The Most Powerful Decision Maker: The Brain

    Have you ever heard of neuromarketing? It is the bridge between neuroscience and marketing that let us understand the human behavior by analysing brain activities. Simplier definition as Patrick Renvoise, father of neuromarketing, would sum up; neuromarketing is ‘the science of human decision.’ This is a rising field …

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Taiwan mulling opening cultural center in Istanbul

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Taipei, Oct. 15 (CNA)   The Ministry of Culture is mulling establishing a cultural center in Istanbul, Turkey to facilitate Taiwan’s cultural exchanges with the Islamic world, Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai said Monday.   In the past, Taiwan relied greatly on networks with the United States and Europe, Lung said …

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People Work While Depressed, Says Survey

People Work While Depressed, Says Survey

A Mori survey carried out for the European Depression Association (EDA) in the U.K., Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Spain and France, has found that one in 10 workers have taken time off for depression, according to the BBC. Those in the U.K., Denmark and Germany were most likely to be …

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