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Looking for Job? Update Your CV First, Says Hays

As the careers paths of professionals begin to change and technology continues to advance, the CV will need to evolve to keep pace, says CEO of recruiting experts, Hays. Professionals about to enter the workforce are set to work for longer than any generation before them, and this means people are likely to change careers […]

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April 12, 20199:54 am
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Employers in Singapore Prefer Hard Skills Over Soft Skills in Talents

The talent-short market in Singapore is driving businesses to favour technical knowhow over emotional aptitude in candidates. This is one of the key findings in the Hays Asia Salary Guide 2019, a report that highlights salary and recruiting trends based on survey responses from Hays Asia operating markets Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and […]

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April 10, 20199:23 am
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Majority Indian Jobseekers Keen in Pursuing Political Careers: Indeed

Politics seems to be an exciting field to work in for jobseekers in India, recent Indeed survey found. The majority or more than 80% percent of employees in the country said they are interested in pursuing a career in politics. Among respondents, the study revealed that men (21 percent) are more inclined towards building a […]

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April 8, 20198:51 am
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The Hyper-Intelligent Workforce and the Future of Work

Asking which industries are going to be most impacted by Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the coming years and decades, is much like someone in 1980s asking which industries are going to be most impacted by computer chips and computer software. In 1980s, it was possible to see that computers were going to revolutionise retail and […]

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April 5, 20199:20 am
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More Graduates Enter Labour Force, But Salaries Fall amidst Skills Mismatch in Malaysia

An annual report compiled by Malaysian central bank showed a decline in salaries for fresh graduates in the country. Despite the proportion of graduates in the labour force increased from 23.5 per cent in 2010 to 28.3 per cent in 2017, the real starting monthly salaries for most fresh graduates have declined since 2010. A […]

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April 4, 20199:15 am
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Majority Indian Employees are Job Hopping, Motivations Vary: LinkedIn Survey

Monotonous working activity and lack of challenges seems to be a serious issue for workers nowadays, and this could lead to job hopping behaviour and put a risk for employee retention strategy. A survey commissioned by career platform LinkedIn suggested one in three professionals in India said they were ‘sleepwalking’ at work. In a survey […]

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April 3, 20199:27 am
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Data Governance for Employees

Today, businesses of all types have an overwhelming amount of information that must be stored, managed and protected via data governance. But this information must also be flexibly and easily accessed by employees. Achieving both data security and end-user freedom is a careful balancing act. The abundance of data in today ’s businss world has […]

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March 28, 20199:31 am
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Greening with Jobs: Report on Employment and Social Outlooks

In recent decades, population all over the world has contributed to environmental damage. UNEP reported that since 1970s, we have used more resources than could be regenerated by nature and produced more waste while emitting more greenhouse gasses. As the result of rapid population growth and toxic gasses worsened with current development models and economic […]

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March 19, 20191:40 pm
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McKinsey Study on the Values of Employees with Down Syndrome for Organisations

“Employees with Down syndrome are a particularly interesting topic of research as they have a number of characteristics that both increase challenges associated with inclusion and bring added benefits to an organization.” – McKinsey & Company According to BBC, Down syndrome individuals are struggling to find work. It shows that fewer than 20 percent of […]

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March 14, 20193:12 pm
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8 in 10 Malaysian Employees Expect a Yearly Bonus: Survey

Recent survey commissioned by Randstad Malaysia revealed that majority (83 percent) employees in the country are expecting a yearly bonus, averaging between one and two months salary. According to Randstad Malaysia Country Director Ryan Carroll, employees were looking forward to receive the rewards in the form of yearly bonus for their contributions and loyalty to […]

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March 14, 20199:08 am