Welcome to the Asia Recruitment Awards, Singapore! We’re here at InterContinental, Singapore getting set up for tonight’s exciting awards show. Proudly brought to you by Human Resources magazine, the Asia Recruitment Awards is one of Asia’s largest award shows dedicated to celebrating your team’s talent acquisition achievements. Get ready for a night of celebration among those...

Welcome to Asia Recruitment Awards 2018, Malaysia! We’re here at the The Westin Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia getting set up for tonight’s exciting awards show. Proudly brought to you by Human Resources magazine, the Asia Recruitment Awards is one of Asia’s largest award shows dedicated to celebrating your team’s talent acquisition achievements. Get ready for a night of celebration among...

In this fifth part of our International Women’s Day series, 15 women leaders share their words of wisdom for women aspiring to take up top positions in the futures. The women in this part of the series come from multinationals of various industries including 3M, AIA, Eastspring Investments, FrieslandCampina, HP Asia Pacific and Japan, Keystone Cable, L’Oréal, Mars Wrigley Confectionery, Mondelēz...

A study of 229,568 graduates in Malaysia has provided statistical evidence that a majority of unemployed graduates in the nation do not ask for unrealistically high salaries or pick jobs. In fact, the monthly salary for graduates has been largely stagnant over the period surveyed. The study is called Graduate Tracer Study 2007-2015: Broken Malaysia Dream, authored by Ooi Teik Khim, an economist affiliated with...

According to Bernama, health deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya has said that a health ministry study conducted last year has found 18,336 Malaysians suffering from various stages of depression. He added that these findings were obtained through mental health screening programmes conducted on 273,203 individuals at health and community clinics last year. Of these, 4.03% (11,811 people) were found to suffer...

Social Security Organisation’s (SOCSO) chairman, Tan Sri Aseh Che Mat yesterday (12 March) revealed a total of 292,250 employers have registered for the Employment Insurance Scheme (EIS) – a social safety net for retrenched workers managed by SOCSO, The Star reported. While speaking to media during a working visit to Wisma Perkeso Selangor, Tan added that since it took effect on 1 January, RM36.8 million...

According to iPrice Group‘s latest whitepaper The State of eCommerce in Southeast Asia 2017, Malaysians are more likely to shop more during weekdays rather than weekends. In fact, Wednesdays are highlighted to be the peak where consumers are shopping the most. On another note, while the number of orders is highest between 9am and 5pm, Malaysians seem to prefer to shop at 4pm. Globally, there is a dip between...

閱讀中文版本 There are salespeople who have the gift of the gab and then there are true sales professionals who understand how to get their clients top open up, appreciate the value of listening and really provide their clients with the products and services they need within set budgets and timelines. The best sales training providers are able to transform friendly and chatty...

Bernama has reported that Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) will soon require financial institutions to undertake rigorous screening for their new hires as integrity is critical in enhancing confidence in the financial system. When asked on further development measures by BNM and the financial industry to protect the integrity and confidence in the domestic financial system, it reported: “This is to ensure that the...

Human Resources Magazine talked to some of the biggest employers in Hong Kong on how they support employees, in light of the urgent government suspension of all primary schools and kindergartens. HKBN GroupStarting 8 February until Chinese New Year Eve (15 February) HKBN Group is encouraging its talent to consider working from home. “This measure will give Talents greater work arrangement flexibility to care...