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Layoffs are no panacea, Rataj of Sloneekstresses.
However, he believes a higher unemployment rate will only benefit the labour market. The Czech Republic has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the European Union. According to the Czech Labour Office, the December rate was 3.7 per cent...
Czech companies cannot retain talent. They'll bait the golden calf and lose them and their reputation
Fight for the customer. Finding your new place in the market. Striving to increase efficiency on all fronts despite rising costs. All this awaits Czech companies in the coming months.
They make boring HR processes fun. Now they have raised a million euros and are heading abroad
Slovak-Czech HR platform Sloneek has received a million-dollar investment for its expansion into Europe. The project is the brainchild of Filip Lukáč from Košice, who started programming at the age of 15 and four years later founded Hardsun in his hometown. The company now has orders all over the world. The Sloneek project has similarly great potential.
Sloneek HR system helps social enterprise to easily sort all its employees
Recently we added a smart tool for HR agenda Sloneek to our catalogue. It allows nonprofit managers to get rid of blue paper slips with leave requests or clunky excel spreadsheets for that purpose.
The HR market is changing. In response, Sloneek raises $24 million investment to expand into Europe
HR is undergoing a radical transformation. This is due not only to the coronavirus crisis and the changes associated with it, but also to the new generation of workers. She has specific expectations of her employer and her career development.
Czech-Slovak startup raises million investment. Perfectly filled a hole in the market
The needs of the current HR market are in many ways different than they were a few years ago. And this is exactly what Sloneek is responding to. In addition, this cloud-based HR system for small and medium-sized companies has now closed a seed investment round of €1 million.
Presto Ventures sends tens of millions to Czech-Slovak startup that wants to modernize recruitment
The coronavirus pandemic and an emerging generation of workers who have specific expectations of their employers and their own careers. All of this is significantly changing the way HR works, which is what Czech-Slovak startup Sloneek is responding to.
He was fascinated by games, so he started programming at the age of 15. Today he has orders all over the world
His parents were afraid that he would turn out to be nothing because he spent all his free time playing computer games. Thanks to this, however, Filip Lukáč was already programming at the age of 15 and four years later he founded a business in his native Košice, which today has orders all over the world. This year, his IT company Hardsun will achieve sales of one million euros.
Czechoslovak startup Sloneek raises millions from Vision Ventures.
The Czech-Slovak quartet of Václav Martin, Filip Lukáč, Peter Hložný and Milan Rataj had a desire in their early days to abolish paper holiday requests and bring a bit of innovation to the management of the holiday agenda in companies.
Czechs and Slovaks come up with a solution that can save tens of thousands of euros
Most successful companies reach a point where they can no longer manage their employees "on paper" and need to implement an HR system. Instead of cluttered Excel spreadsheets, however, we recommend online solutions that can save time and money when implemented correctly.
Launching an HR system in a company in a few days is not a fiction. You just have to know what to expect...
HR is still finding its place in the sun. And it's taking deep breaths. So much valuable HR time is finally starting to be directed towards people and not towards administration, where it has degraded in many cases over time.
The HR manager shouldn't hammer data into spreadsheets, but focus on people
Sloneek Europe has developed the eponymous cloud-based tool Sloneek, which simplifies the excessive administrative agenda for HR departments. How difficult is it to switch from excel to online?