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Mitra Adi Perkasa

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Incorporated in 1995, MAP achieved phenomenal growth over the years culminating in its IPO in November 2004. Today, MAP is the leading lifestyle retailer in Indonesia with over 1,900 retail stores and a diversified portfolio that includes sports, fashion, department stores, kids, food & beverage and lifestyle products. Some of our iconic brands include Starbucks, Zara, Marks & Spencer, SOGO, SEIBU, Debenhams, Oshkosh B’ Gosh, Reebok, among many others. Listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange, with over 23,000 employees, MAP was voted Fortune Indonesia’s Most Admired Companies (Top 20) in 2012 and Forbes Indonesia’s Top 40 Companies in 2011. Apart from retailing, MAP is also a leading distributor for sports, kids and lifestyle brands.   Job Requirements   Fashion Store Supervisor S1 in any field with min. GPA of 2.80 Age max. 30 years old Minimum 1 year experience in Retail/Sales Willing to work under SHIFT SCHEDULE including WEEKENDS and PUBLIC HOLIDAYS Fresh graduates are welcome to apply Preferably have 1-2 years in retail experience Have a good passion in customer service and product Strong analytical thinking, with problem solving skills and detail-oriented Able to work independently and with tight deadline Fluent in English Send Application
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MOUNTAIN SEA VENTURES

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About We are a globally operating investment and company building group headquartered in Zurich (Switzerland). To date we have been proudly involved in founding and investing through our specialized investment vehicles in over 200 companies through close cooperation with experienced co-investors and strategic alliances. We do not only act as a financial investor but also as a hands-on strategist with a long-term view adding tangible value to our portfolio companies and partners.
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JW MARRIOTT

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Marriott International, Inc., is a global leading lodging company with more than 4,200 properties in 79 countries and territories. Marriott International reported revenues of nearly $14 billion in fiscal year 2014. Founded by J. Willard and Alice Marriott and guided by Marriott family leadership for nearly 90 years, the company is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
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ART OTEL

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About ART OTEL ARTOTEL is an art inspired urban boutique hotel. Featuring original designs by talented young Indonesian contemporary artist, ARTOTEL offers a fresh twist to every visit. Drop by and experience what’s going on, the ARTOTEL way. LIVE it!
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How do You Define LEADER?

How many times have you given or participated in a training that gets derailed partway through because of a sudden debate among the class regarding definitions? “To me that’s not what a leader is.” “I don’t really look at customer service in that way.” If you’re the trainer or a passive trainee, you undoubtedly look at your watch and think, “Oh man, we’re never gonna get of here on time now! And I’ve got those Blackhawks tickets for tonight!” Whenever I start a new training, the material opens with an exercise that initiates a discussion of terms intrinsic to the course. We use this discussion to introduce the definitions we’ll be using in the course for these terms; ergo, the training never gets derailed over definitions. As a trainer or instructional designer, you must control training at all times. Setting expectations regarding definitions is a must; however, it’s best for you to use an exercise to help the trainees self-discover rather than simply tell them the definitions. If the instructional designer fails to provide definitions, the trainer should. Be certain your definitions are both simple and airtight–applicable in every scenario. Following, are some examples: Leader. It’s astounding how many leadership […]
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5 W 1 H in Public Speaking

When it comes to Public Speaking, we have this simple 5 W 1 H that we need to carefully notice in order to succeed it. Who is your audience? Good public speakers have to make sure that they are well-prepared to deal with any kind of audience, however, suppose it’s way better if we know our audience before hand. To know the audiences in advance might help us to know the best approach to deal and interact with them. What are you going to talk about? It’s a must to totally get what we are to talk about since the purpose to do public speaking itself is to deliver a message or information. Where are you going to do the speaking? This matters because by knowing where are we going to do the presentation, we can adjust ourselves to the space within the venue and that might help us to be comfortable while doing the speaking. When are you going to do the speaking? Back to the planning matter. By knowing when are we going to do the speaking, we can plan and measure if we are already ready to the speaking or not. Why are you going to do […]
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The Perfect Job Interview In 6 Simple Steps

When interviewing for a new position, we want to do everything possible to ensure it goes well. Breath mints? Check. Resumes? Check. Firm handshake? Check. But a great job interview starts days before you ever arrive at the office. Follow these simple steps to prepare yourself to have your best job interview ever: 1. Research the company Make sure you know as much as possible about the company before you go into any interview. Start with the company’s website and read their mission statement, goals, and values and think about how those apply to the position you’re applying for. What key words could you use during the interview that would resonate? Look at any news or press pages to see what’s news and noteworthy for the company recently, and use that information to form intelligent questions to ask. You can also check LinkedIn for any connections you may have within the company who might be able to put in a good word or advise you. Finally, you can usually get a feel for the company culture from their website, which can influence how you dress. 2. Research the job Once you’ve got the interview, make absolutely sure you know everything […]
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One Simple Dress Code Rule To Boost Your Career

Whether you’re job hunting, seeking a promotion, or just want to be taken seriously at work, how you present yourself is an oft-overlooked, but integral part of the process — and you can boost your chances at impressing with one very simple rule: Slightly overdress for your position. Just a notch. Remember the old adage: dress for the job you want, not the job you have? It’s absolutely true, because it shows you are excited and eager to be at your workplace, and that you put thought into the details, not to mention the fact that you will simply come across as more professional and competent. So, when you’re shopping or choosing what to wear, go for the slightly nicer dress, buy a slightly nicer suit or shirt. But you still want to fit in — there’s nothing worse than turning up completely over-dressed (or indeed, under-dressed). Before an interview, for example, find out what the company dress code is, especially for your desired position and department. Always dress up one notch better than the standard dress code; that way you will look smart and show you have made an effort without over or under dressing. How to build a […]
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