Malaysian startup Positunity Sdn Bhd has unveiled its ‘wowintro’ online video impression platform, targeted specifically at Generation-Y and Generation-Z jobseekers.
The next generation to enter the workforce will be entrepreneurial, hyper-connected, and impatient for success, representing a challenge for companies looking to hire in the next decade, according to a study commissioned by INTI.
The original promise of truly integrated unified communications (UC) is only now being delivered, according to a new white paper by analyst firm ZK Research, from a study sponsored by ShoreTel.
LinkedIn, which has over 347 million members globally, said it has surpassed two million members in Malaysia.
Changing demographics are accelerating the pace of change in Asean’s workplace, but we are also seeing technology driving disruption at an organisational level, changing the way information is processed, how decisions are made, and how knowledge is shared, writes Grace Yip of Accenture Singapore.
UK-headquartered Perform Group’s Goal.com stable of football digital properties has seen a massive increase in traffic from mobile devices, while two apps it launched last year have become hits on app stores worldwide.
A survey of the new breed of employees dubbed #GenMobile found that the majority have a tendency of working non-traditional work-hours and in flexible workplaces, and own three or more connected devices (59%).
SMEs in Malaysia are more apt to think their companies are ‘Socially-Intelligent Organisations’ than their Asean peers, according to a survey by Kelly Services, the global workforce solutions provider.
According to the Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI), an annual survey conducted by Kelly Services, employees are now widely using social media to network and identify job opportunities.
Fortinet has published global research revealing the growing appetite of Generation Y employees to contravene corporate policies governing the use of own devices, personal cloud storage accounts and new technologies such as smart watches, Google Glass and connected cars.