Tuesday Digestif (34/2016): Monster’s Largest Shareholder Does Not Want to Sell 👿😮

Tuesday Digestif: Weekly Perengo Newsletter on Labor Policy & HR Management

Hi everyone,

today:

  • Google’s machine takeover strategy
  • Why Monster’s largest shareholder is blocking the sale to Randstad
  • On meeting types and productivity

Google Is Building an Army of Coders

Google’s goal: becoming a company that’s driven by machine-learning.

This long read gives an insight how one of the largest tech companies is up-skilling their white labor workforce for a new technological paradigm.

How Google is Remaking itself as a Machine-Learning-First Company
How Google is Remaking itself as a Machine-Learning-First Company

This Week’s Finest – Exit Strategies & Minimum Wage

Monster Sale Challenged by Owners (URL) – “As Monster’s largest shareholder based on publicly available information, MNG believes the $3.40 per share deal would represent the textbook definition of ‘selling at the bottom’”.

That’s talking about a price tag of: $429,000,000

JP Morgan Wage Hike not Worth Celebrating (URL) – How a low unemployment rate of 4.9% forces large corporates to up their minimum wages. And what it means in practice.


Worth Reading

Define Your Meeting Type Beforehand (URL) – Lead more productive meetings through aligning the team with the desired outcome:

  • Decision making
  • Information sharing
  • Brainstorming

7 Mobile Apps for Effective Recruiters (URL) – 7 suggestions curated by Recruiting Headlines.

Which are your essential apps?


Please let us know what you liked, what you disliked and which topics you would love to see in the future.

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Have a great week,
Team Perengo

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