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Salesforce World Tour Amsterdam 2015

Salesforce World Tour Amsterdam 2015

Whether you’re a company of five or a Fortune 500, you’re going to learn a lot of innovative ways to improve your business. With over 2,500 visitors and live solutions from the world’s largest cloud ecosystem, The Salesforce World Tour has tailored content specific to your business size and type, for any role in your company.

nesensa.com featurette

nesensa.com featurette

Hi there, today I'm publishing a promotional video featuring some of the different sections on my website.
Squarespace.com did an amazing job creating
a platform and providing beautiful templates rendered through responsive design and parallax scrolling elements.
A 'about me' introduction version of this video is available on my
homepage.

Top 10 Job Titles That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago

Top 10 Job Titles That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago

The workplace is constantly changing and how we define what we do is no exception. Since we just welcomed the new 2014, we thought it’d be fun to see how much our work has changed in the past few years.

Eccentric habits of the tech elite - Infographic

Eccentric habits of the tech elite - Infographic

It's often true that genius and madness are often two sides of the same coin, so it shouldn't surprise you that the elite figures of the technology world all have their own eccentric habits and hobbies.
Here are just a few of the ways the tech elite keep themselves inspired..

 

'Underachievers' at IBM required to enroll in Training program with salary cut.

'Underachievers' at IBM required to enroll in Training program with salary cut.

IBM - We Bring The Classroom to you

Several employees of IBM in the United States have received a letter in which their employer indicating that their skills do not meet current standards. The 'good' news is that the conscious employees are asked to enroll in a supplemental training program. One day per week, maximum 23 times,

The letter reads as follows:

A recent assessment revealed that some GTS US SO executives, managers and employees have not kept pace with acquiring the skills and expertise needed to address changing client needs, technology and market requirements.

You have been identified as one of these employees.


But during that period, the employee in question loses 10% of his salary, including a proportional percentage of his pension contributions and other benefits. The program itself runs from October 16th to April 1st, 2015.

IBM never communicates on such internal measures, but responses to Alliance @ IBM, the unofficial Union site for IBM coworkers worldwide indicate that the message is being spread.  Personnel in the Strategic Outsourcing division is primarily targeted.

Small detail: some of the complaints received by Alliance @ IBM were also submitted by employees who aren't affected. They were told to be fill in for the coworkers attending trainings, without additional compensation. Others see the plan as a disguised savings program.

source: DataNews.beThe Register