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Over a third of employees (37.36%) in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia are planning on leaving their companies in the coming six months. According to the 2017 Randstad Employer Brand Research report, disgruntled employees held similar sentiments in Singapore and Hong Kong with around 38% planning to leave. Malaysian...
Whilst demand in Japan for bilingual talent is increasing amid globalisation and the forthcoming 2020 Olympics, the continued shortage of talent in the country is becoming more impactful says recruiting experts Hays. Covering the topic in the recently released Hays Journal Issue 13, Marc Burrage, Managing Director of Hays...
Recruitment firm Randstad’s Employer Brand Research found that nearly one in five (17.3%) employees in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia fear that automation will take their jobs away. Singapore (19%) and Hong Kong (20%) employees held the highest fears of losing their jobs to automation. Malaysian employees on the...
Recruitment firm Randstad revealed that employers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia continue to ignore the importance of work-life balance as employee preference for it rises to the highest level in years. The Randstad Employer Brand Research 2017 revealed that the importance of work-life balance has continued to rise...
Blue Suite by Ryan Carroll, Country Director, Randstad Malaysia With the substantial number of millennials entering the workforce today, corporate culture in organisations is more important than ever. Company culture was never insignificant, but it’s quickly proving to be a “musthave” rather than a “nice-to-have”. I truly believe that...