Welcome to the Master International Blog

Our employees regularly blog about topics related to HR, testing, recruitment and employee development.

  • SOS Children’s Villages Denmark – CSR Initiative

    Master Value(S) people. We believe in human potential and want to help individuals as well as organizations develop their potential. We are the specialists, we develop tools that help people all around the world discover their potential and learn how it can be further developed in the future. There are hundreds of non-governmental organizations, every day dedicating time and resources towards making this world a better place. We admire and respect the people that daily sacrifice everything to help others. It would be wonderful if we could start our own NGO and help people around the world, but this is unrealistic since we are nothing more than amateurs in this regard. We prefer to leave that aspect to the professionals. Therefore, we have initiated a partnership with SOS Children’s Villages Denmark.
    Category Development
  • Creating equal opportunities in Namibia

    One of the first things you notice when walking up and down the streets of Katutura, Namibia is the number of children roaming the streets without a defined purpose. These are the street children of Katutura, Namibia.
    Category Development
  • The completed GDPR audit report for the Metis assessment platform has arrived

    Right now, many companies with business in Europe are racing against the clock in order to prepare for the 25th of May when the GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation) will finally be in effect. Even after the cut, many companies will still struggle to live up to their new obligations including providing proof and certainty for their customers.
  • GDPR - it is all about protecting the information of the individual

    … and with Master International you can rest assured that your test provider is fully GDPR compliant.
  • Understand ego to understand others - and yourself

    I run on my own. I am my own psychologist, nutritionist, doctor, best friend and everyone else that we rely on in our day-to-day lives. I’ve become incredibly self-sufficient and self-reliant, which is why coming home has been such an eye-opener. My instinct has been to grab everybody by their collars and try to slap some sense into them. I want to shake them and say, “Get over yourself. There are people in the world who have bigger problems.”