Intellectual curiosity could well turn out to be our best weapon against the onslaught of the machines.
Indonesia’s focus on e-commerce to uplift its underpriviledged is off the mark, says Karamjit Singh, who argues that getting the education system right is key.
Millions of jobs in the Asean (Association of South-East Asian Nations) bloc are at risk from automation and similar new technologies, according to a UN study.
Who will be at risk from the increasing digitisation of work, and what can be done to make one more valuable and relevant? Karamjit Singh discusses that with Freda Liu, and still got in four other talking points … and a 90-second song!
After playing a facilitating role to attract businesses to invest in the SSO sector in Iskandar Puteri over the past three years, i2M Ventures Sdn Bhd is now all set to play a more active role in growing the ecosystem.
The online hiring activity of IT and BPO professionals has declined year-over-year across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, according to the Monster Employment Index (MEI) for November.
More than half of companies (56%) surveyed in South-East Asia for LinkedIn’s recruiting trends report said they are spending more to raise general awareness of their company to establish a strong employer brand.
After 15 years in Malaysia, jobsDB has signalled its intention to take on the giant of the online recruitment space and stake a claim in the local market, with a new country manager, a new brand and with its workforce expected to double by the end of the year.
According to a recent JobStreet.com survey, employers are increasingly looking beyond academic results when it comes to hiring fresh graduates. The No 1 deciding factor is good interpersonal and communication skills, followed by a good command of English and the right salary expectation.
Your professional future will be influenced by LinkedIn whether you like it or not, writes DNA columnist Jagdish Singh Malhi.