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The Made in China 2025 programme has spurred the semiconductor industry to expand aggressively in the market—with local companies luring top talent away from MNCs. How are they doing this?
Sending employees to live and work abroad enhances their cross-cultural experience and helps multinational organisations to improve their global coordination. But how do you select the right ones?
Every applicant should have an equal chance to do their best in your selection process. However, to match the right people to the right roles and for the right reasons, you have a responsibility to minimise adverse impact. The question is, how?
When it comes to workforce segmentation, compensation has always been a market maker of sorts—in other words, if an individual is being paid more, the role is more critical. But is this the best way to determine the value of roles in your organisation?
In any typical sales organisation, only about 15 to 20 percent of its salespeople strive hard to reach the top and an equal number are at the bottom as low performers. What about the core and critical, yet vulnerable, 60 to 70 percent in between?
The rise in tourism to Malaysia has led to an increase in hospitality sector jobs, fuelling the already-high attrition levels. How can employers in the Malaysian hospitality industry overcome their talent challenges?
Over 75% of Fortune 500 companies deploy psychometric testing in some form for employee assessments, yet many line managers do not trust the data and output. How can you make talent assessments work harder and better, especially for a multicultural workforce?
Most organisations have programmes to measure engagement, but many still struggle to improve their engagement levels. What are they doing wrong, and how to put it right?
Most top organisations invest significant resources in high potential programmes—but the question is, how can they get the most value out of their high potential employees? Read on for the answers.
Candidates are often attracted to employers they perceive to be forward-thinking, innovative, and fun—starting with the recruitment process. How does gamification help, or hinder this perception? Read on to find out.
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