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Everyday Biotech: Emulsifiers

Three Common Mistakes in Recruiting (and How to Avoid Them)

Hiring top-tier talent is more difficult now than ever, and many employers struggle to recruit candidates with the skills and experience they need. Unfortunately, many of these employers are still using recruiting processes developed years ago, when the job market was less competitive, leading to avoidable mistakes. Here are some ...

Everyday Biotech: Emulsifiers

Few ingredients are as poorly understood as emulsifiers. Necessary in everything from foods and condiments to cosmetics and personal care products, emulsifiers are often seen as unhealthy or unnatural ingredients. For consumers seeking to avoid chemicals, a new generation of emulsifiers is providing that stable, creamy texture in innovative ways. ...

The End of Micromanagement

The evidence that micromanagement is counterproductive is plentiful. However, it’s only one possible style of management among many, and some aspects of micromanagement may have a place in a well-rounded manager’s toolkit. In today’s environment, when demand for skilled employees is higher than ever, managers need to find new ways ...

Groundbreaking Advances in Functional Beverages

Health awareness is at an all-time high, and consumers seeking better alternatives to carbonated soft drinks continue to seek out new choices. Functional beverages remain the fastest-growing sector in the functional food and beverage industry, expected to double in size from 2020-2030. Here are some of the breakthroughs driving a ...

Microplastics and the Environment: What’s Being Done?

The benefits of plastics are innumerable, and modern life would be impossible without them. Plastics are easy to form, versatile, light-weight, and inexpensive. But we are only now beginning to reckon with the true costs of their impact. Here are some innovators working on the problem of microplastics. What are ...

Halloween Takes Hold In Europe

Halloween doesn’t have as much impact in Europe as it has in the United States, but it is growing in popularity, leading to the development of ever more spooky season treats and trends. Let’s take a look. While Halloween has its ancient origins among the Celts, and is European in ...

Issues and Controversies in Hybrid Work

Telecommuting, remote work, hybrid work, distance work, home office, distributed workforce… Whatever it’s called, Work From Home (WFH) has surged into center stage as one of the hottest issues both in the labor market and the UK political arena. Why has the location of workers become a political issue, and ...

The Science of Skincare: Are We Aging Gracefully?

Even as some consumers turn away from the concept of “anti-aging”, demand for these products continues to grow. The global anti-aging skincare market was valued at over $40B in 2020, and the industry continues to make huge strides, combining the latest research in life sciences and innovative technology. What does ...

True Cost Accounting

Ever since the origins of business, there has been the calculation of profit. In today’s world, which is more informed and connected than ever before, we need a new way to calculate cost. True Cost Accounting allows enterprises to make more responsible choices, and provide greater transparency to consumers. What ...

Lowering Your Standards? Coping with Recruiter Shortages

While employment levels in Europe have largely returned to pre-pandemic levels, a return to status-quo still means significant challenges for companies looking to recruit top talent. In addition, there are huge pressures on the staffing industry. Faced with a shortage of both quality candidates, and recruiters to find them, do ...