While 80% of Malaysians recruiters feel it’s important to communicate achievements online, only 35% of professionals do it, according to a new study by LinkedIn.
There is a growing mismatch of expectations between employers and students who are gearing up for the employment market, according to a study commissioned by INTI International University & Colleges.
Malaysian startup Positunity Sdn Bhd has unveiled its ‘wowintro’ online video impression platform, targeted specifically at Generation-Y and Generation-Z jobseekers.
The salaries of ICT professionals in Malaysia, including for fresh grads, is set to grow, but there is a growing disparity between the salaries of lower- and higher-ranked staff.
While in Malaysia’s ICT industry lag others in South-East Asia, the industry still has some of the top 10 best-paying jobs in the country.
Malaysian higher education institution INTI International University and Colleges has announced a strategic collaboration with the world’s largest online professional network, LinkedIn, to nurture industry-ready graduates by building and aligning their online credentials and skills with future employers.
JobStreet.com has launched a new feature called Salary Matching that matches candidates to the salary they want, saying it was the first and only job site in South-East Asia to have such a feature.
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.
Asia Pacific has an opportunity to lead and create future best practices in the deployment of technology tools for human resources (HR) management, says talent management solutions provider PageUp People.
Multinational talent management solutions provider PageUp People has announced the upcoming addition of Candidate Relationship Management to its unified talent management suite.