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Enjoy Working from Your Comfort? Be a Freelance Recruiter!

Are you fed up staying in a dull working environment and yearning to set your own work rules? Then switching to freelance recruitment can be a great career option for you. It’s a nice opportunity for you who wish to do business from the comfort of your home with a flexible schedule and no capital. […]

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November 25, 201911:11 am
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The New Way to Employee Rewards (Besides Incentive)

When it comes to company benefits, the first thing that comes to mind typically revolves around medical leave, dental insurance, retirement, or disability insurance. But let’s face it: not all those benefits can be directly used by employees. The huge budget that you are spending on health insurance could be a double-edged sword, given that […]

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November 11, 201910:00 am
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Impulse-buying Behaviour Makes Malaysian Millennials Spend Beyond Their Means

Low-income Malaysians and millennials are piling up debts and risking bankruptcy by turning to banks for loans and credit cards to support their lifestyle choices, says a World Bank Group report. According to the 21st edition of its Malaysia Economic Monitor, about 27 percent of households in Kuala Lumpur earn less than Bank Negara’s estimated […]

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December 10, 20195:00 pm
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Singapore Ranks 7th in the World’s Most Expensive Country in Asia for Expatriates

Singapore is now the seventh most expensive location in Asia for expatriate workers to live, and 13th most expensive in the world. This was one of the findings of the latest Cost of Living survey published by ECA International, the world’s leading provider of knowledge, information and software for the management and assignment of employees […]

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December 10, 20193:30 pm
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Here’s 12 Fast-growing Jobs that Also Come with Flexible Work Options

With unemployment currently at 3.6 percent, near a half-century low, job seekers are strongly positioned for successful job searches as 2020 approaches. By comparing the most recent data on the fastest-growing occupations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to the jobs in its own database, FlexJobs has determined which 12 fast-growing occupations also come with […]

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December 9, 20194:03 pm
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Gloomy Propects for Jobseekers Next Year, Say Experts

A bank economist has predicted a “guarded” job market next year, with employers erring on the side of caution when it comes to hiring, while an employers organisation expects vacancies next year to be for low-level positions. Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid, chief economist of Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, said employers would be wary about taking […]

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December 9, 20192:30 pm
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Dealing with Poor Customer Support Could be So Frustrating that Consumers Cry and Swear, Survey Finds

More than half (52 percent) of U.S. respondents in a recent survey reveal they become so frustrated when soliciting customer support that they swear or even cry. This figure is similar to U.K. survey results (50 percent) but pales in comparison to the 60 percent response in India. Other highly emotional country results include China […]

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December 6, 20193:29 pm
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Singaporean Millennials Save 20% of Their Salary for Retirement Preparation, Far Higher Than Other Age Groups

Millennials in Singapore aren’t just spending money on avocado toast – they’re also managing to save a decent amount for retirement, according to research published on Wednesday (Dec 4) by investment advisory firm Syfe. The company polled 1,000 working adults here aged 25 to 60 – including 319 millennials aged 25 to 34 – for […]

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December 6, 201911:13 am
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Nearly 9 in 10 Candidates Would Feel Uncomfortable Getting Interviewed by AI in the Screening Process

According to a new survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults age 18+ conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of Yoh, a leading international talent and outsourcing company and part of Day & Zimmermann, 88 percent of Americans say they would feel uncomfortable with an artificial intelligence (AI) job interview app being used […]

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December 5, 20194:34 pm
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Anti-High Heels Campaigner Steps Up to Battle Japan’s ‘Glasses Ban’

Actress and freelance writer Yumi Ishikawa, whose campaign against mandatory high heels in the workplace saw broad public support, has stepped up her fight against strict corporate dress codes in Japan to include a ban at some firms on women wearing glasses. Ishikawa shot to prominence this year with her drive against Japanese office culture, […]

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December 5, 20193:31 pm