Thursday, August 16, 2018

MIEA refocuses on skills development

MIEA refocuses industry training programmes on skill development for real estate fraternity The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents is confident that the locl property market...

The DNA of a CFO

Developing excellent people management skills and having a proactive nature are critical for anyone aspiring to become a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Asia,...

Indian Companies Dodge The ‘Maternity Leave’ Privilege By Not Hiring Women

If any of the job seekers have struggled to find a decent one online through job portals then they must be familiar with the...

Pulsifi raises US$1.1 million in angel funding

Pulsifi, a technology company that provides a user-friendly online HR software platform combining artificial intelligence (AI) and organisational psychology for organisations to hire, retain...

Ana the Chatbot: a game changer for the recruitment process

Everise/C3 announce the launch of its first internally developed recruitment chatbot. Ana the Chatbot will aid in talent acquisition for Everise/C3 and was designed...

Change agents could be the key to successful digital transformation

Organisations are under pressure to continuously transform their businesses in line with technological advancements and change agents could be critical to their success, says...

Follow Thy Leader

More than half of the Malaysian workforce favour their manager’s values over the company’s values Managers are powerful agents for driving strong corporate culture in...

Three ways to move from a traditional to fluid organisation structure

Autonomous working and streamlining internal processes are just two ways HR can help their organisation move from a traditional rigid structure to a fluid...

MEF: Raise minimum wage to RM1,500, but do it gradually

The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has called on the government to implement the proposed RM1,500 minimum wage for the private sector nationwide gradually. MEF...

Japan to accept more “unskilled” foreign workers next year

Japan needs more ‘unskilled’ foreign workers – but they can’t bring family Japan wants to start accepting more foreign workers from April next year, Prime...

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This is where people work the longest hours

  Mexicans work far longer days than anyone else. Germans, on the other hand, clock up the least hours. New data from the Organization for Economic...

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Single system for hiring foreign workers

Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government would establish a single system to hire foreign workers without differentiating source countries. He said...

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Asia Human Capital Development Conference 2018

  Your organisation’s Learning Curve is its Earning curve. In today’s fast-changing and increasingly digital world of work, organisations must constantly adapt and innovate rigorously....