How much does our age influence how we think, where and what we eat, or how we save and spend?
The ICT Revolution has given rise to an entire generation that is disrupting traditional 9-to-5 employment.
Organisations need to rethink their people strategy, and prepare for their future workforce.
Local companies are more socially intelligent organisations (SIOs) compared to other Asean countries, says Kelly Services Executive Outlook Report.
There is more to TalentCorp than wooing Malaysians abroad. Women’s participation in the labour force and graduates are its other nation building priorities.
Machoda Academy specialises in sourcing interns from China for Malaysian firms seeking to fill their manpower needs.
IBM is one of the three winners of the inaugural Life at Work Award. Business Circle looks at the winning policies of IBM that makes it such an attractive company for women.
Business Circle looks at one of the winners of the inaugural Life at Work Award, Nestle (Malaysia) Berhad, on how it has managed to retain many of its women employees.
Recognising the importance of retaining women in the workforce, the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development in partnership with Talent Corporation Malaysia have introduced the Life at Work Award. The award is given to the top three employers that promote diversity in their companies and help their female employees achieve work-life balance and success at work.
The World Bank’s Doing Business 2014 report puts Malaysia at number six, taking our nation to the top 10 for the first time.
On the right track – that’s what most experts are saying about Malaysia’s unexpectedly good showing in the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s inaugural Human Capital Index 2013 released last month.
Want a change? Then, get started on making that change. Lawyer Animah Kosai talks about several initiatives to tackle the unique challenges faced by women in the workplace.