The market now is a battle between four major companies, dominated by Grab, with Go-Viet, FastGo and Be in pursuit, all offering many promotions while concentrating on niche areas to distinguish themselves from other competitors. Since last June, Grab has been focusing on expanding its food service. Now in 15 cities and provinces, the company has reported its daily orders surged 250 times from last June to mid-May this year. It has also attracted a large number of users. A survey by market research firm Kantar in April said that Grab was the most frequently-used food delivery app in Hanoi and HCMC with a response of 81 percent of users, a large improvement over 48 percent last October. Food delivery is part of Grab’s strategy to become a "super app". Its partnership with payment firm Moca allows the app to change Vietnamese users' habit from cash to cashless, giving users the option to use Grab not just for transporting but also paying for goods. Grab has recently partnered with … [Read more...] about Ride-hailing firms draw up different roadmaps, Grab dominates
Junichiro Hironaka, chief lawyer of the ousted Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman Carlos Ghosn, attends a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, March 4, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato TOKYO (Reuters) - The lawyer for former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn on Monday said he was optimistic the ousted executive could win bail soon and said he would pursue a different defense strategy against charges of financial conduct. Junichiro Hironaka, known in Japan as “the Razor” for his successful defense of several high-profile cases, last month replaced Ghosn’s previous defense lawyer. He told a media briefing that his team would not be limited to the strategy taken by his predecessor. “I believe it’s possible he could be released in the near future,” Hironaka said. “As the new legal team we will be going forward with a new legal strategy.” Ghosn, who has been held in custody at a detention center in Tokyo for over three months, hired Hironaka as his … [Read more...] about Ghosn lawyer says optimistic on bail, pursuing different strategy…
Junichiro Hironaka, chief lawyer of the ousted Nissan Motor Co Ltd chairman Carlos Ghosn, attends a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, March 4, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato TOKYO (Reuters) - The lawyer for former Nissan Motor Co Ltd Chairman Carlos Ghosn on Monday said his team would pursue a different legal strategy from the ousted executive’s previous team in defending him against charges of financial misconduct. At a media briefing, Junichiro Hironaka said the new team he was heading would not be limited to the strategy taken by Ghosn’s previous lawyer, Motonari Otsuru, who was replaced in February. “We are in no way limited by Otsuru’s activities while he was heading Ghosn’s team,” Hironaka told a media briefing. “As the new legal team we will going forward with a new legal strategy.” Ghosn, who has been held in custody at a detention center in Tokyo for over three months, hired Hironaka as his chief defense lawyer last month in an … [Read more...] about Ghosn lawyer says pursuing different strategy to previous legal team
With unemployment low, you need to enrich and empower your company's existing leaders so they'll stick around. Here's how. Krister Ungerboeck Published 11:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: M_a_y_a | Getty Images Which Employees Should You Invest in? 3 Strategies on How to Make That Choice. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Unemployment is at its lowest point since 1969, thanks to the job gains we’ve seen during the past eight years, as desribed in this article in the New York Times. Now, however, it’s up to companies to compete over the best talent. Employees can be … [Read more...] about Which Employees Should You Invest in? 3 Strategies on How to Make That Choice.
Many top tech companies allow employees to easily move between roles and teams (this practice is commonly called internal mobility). Experts say this strategy helps with talent retention because people are less likely to leave out of boredom. Gaining a variety of skills and experience can also benefit your career in the long run. One survey found only one-third of employees say their companies offer strong internal mobility programs. So you’re bored at work. The obvious move here is to start browsing job sites, looking for more exciting opportunities at other companies. But if you work at some leading tech companies, you might approach this situation differently. Specifically, you might think about gunning for a new job on a new team – within the same organisation. In HR speak, this process is known as “internal mobility.” It’s something that Facebook supports – and something that often surprises new hires, Kate Berardo, Facebook’s head … [Read more...] about Top tech companies like Google and Facebook let employees try out different jobs, and experts say that strategy can yield major benefits