What are the characteristics of today’s ‘DIY’ generation?
Employers are apparently disappointed with Malaysian fresh graduates with 70% reporting that the standards of fresh graduates were just average.
Employers hunting for part-time staff should looks no further than JOBi, a website that offers a reliable, no frills platform to source for short term work and internships.
As the ASEAN Economic Community becomes a reality, various organisations and programmes have been set up to enable women entrepreneurs and provide them the benefits of the myriad advantages that a unified economy throughout Southeast Asia could bring them.
How much does our age influence how we think, where and what we eat, or how we save and spend?
Over 120 years and ever since New Zealand became the first major country in the world to allow women the vote, there remains significant debate over how empowered women are in modern society.
The ICT Revolution has given rise to an entire generation that is disrupting traditional 9-to-5 employment.
As more modern families look to dual income, women now play a more pivotal role in the workforce of the new century.
Cyberview and TalentCorp hosted top women leaders and advocators at the Cyberjaya Women Forum held recently.
For Malaysians interesting in finding alternative methods of earning a living, online freelancing may prove to be a viable and highly satisfying option.
The term ‘freelance’ comes from the days when wars were fought with mercenary groups – essentially, armies for hire. At that time, there were people who were skilled in arms (especially in the use of cavalry weaponry, including the lance), but who did not, for whatever reason, wish to join existing groups. Nevertheless, they still […]
Gen Z is tomorrow’s consumers and the first wave is just about to hit the workforce. Are we ready for the onslaught of the GenZillas?
eRezeki serves as an avenue to raise the average income and share of total income, especially amongst the bottom 40% household income group.
The TEDx KL Women 2015 explored game-changing and bold ideas by women to create a momentum in how people think, live and work.
The IT sector is often said to work best when people work together, yet alone. It thrives within a similar-minded community. How about working, and living, together then?
In today’s new business world order, diversity in the boardroom is a prized asset to enhancing stronger business performance. But diversity is not just about gender, but encompasses age, experiences and skillsets that potential boardroom candidates can bring to a company. This was one of the takeaways from the panel discussion at the recent launch […]
Women’s representation in upper management of public listed companies in Malaysia is set to receive a boost following the launch of the local chapter of the 30% Club.
The story of an in-demand cinematographer, and how hard work and perseverance paid off for him.
Malaysia’s own supermodel is looking at possibly creating the country’s first fashion and beauty college
How do you overcome an all boys’ club, which is almost the case in the tech sector where the majority of the entrepreneurs and professionals are men? By forming an all-girls’ club of course! And that is exactly what Alecia Heng and her peers did in 2008 when they founded Gorgeous Geeks, a tech-based NGO for women.