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Fun DOOR. The Future of Working By Team HappyCo 30 March 2011. Our Vision of future Work. Inborn First , and then Acquired !!! FunDoor respects your inborn talent and your interests,which is a DOOR. Systems Scientific HRM theory Professional HRM Systems. Features. Benefits

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Fun door


The Future of Working


Team HappyCo

30 March 2011

Our vision of future work
Our Vision of future Work

  • Inborn First , and then Acquired !!!

  • FunDoor respects your inborn talent and your interests,which is a DOOR


Scientific HRM theory

Professional HRM Systems


  • Benefits

  • individual fun life

  • Fun work environment

  • Focus on development

    over time

What people said
What people said?

“My job is totally unrelated to my main hobby, which is dancing. Upon the successful completion of my doctorate, I would like to teach.”

  • Cris (Leeds, UK)

  • Web Content Manager

  • Leeds Metropolitan University Emma (California, US)

  • Accounting Officer

  • Central Computers Inc.

‘I didn’t like my job, although it relates to my major. But I found myself started to enjoy it after half years. And I’m happy with my achievement every time I finish the task now.’

What people said1
What people said?

‘The characteristic of job is more important to me. I prefer higher salary, but interest will also be the minor criterion of my job searching in the future. I prefer more interested position within the high salary industry/company.’

Yanan (Beijing,China)

China Press and Publishing

Lee (Zhejiang, China)

Operation Officer

Postal Saving Bank of China

"Choosing a career is an involved process that is based on a number of things, including your interests, skills, work-related values, and personality."  I think there might be different weights for these variables depending on the nature of job or individual's value.

‘Interesting could create huge value for individual and  whole society, pain work only contribute to survive. ---- Joanna

HR Officer of Medicinal Talent Hunter Co. (Zhejiang, China)

Fun door
Fun WorkAt Semi-Finals, We are going to interveiw Prof. Ghassan Aouad, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor at University of Salford, United Kingdom.

Prof. Ghassan Aouad

Professor Ghassan Aouad is the Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation at the University of Salford, United Kingdom. He is also a visiting Professor and chairman of the scientific board at ESAI (college of real estates, Lisbon, Portugal), and a visiting professor at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He is the Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building (FCIOB), and attended a Top Management Programme (TMP 14) by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.

We are going to interview Prof. Ghassan Aouad as the representative of educational staff. To research how do academy think about the fun work in the future, money or interest? And listen what do they do to adjust their educational method to guide students’ career searching and how do they balance the difference between students’ interests and their future career, etc.

And we are looking forward to hear the voice from existing students, graduates, and educational staffs from all the expects about fun work in the future.