Talent A Human Capital

Search for talent in the hotel’s front-desk position

The quality of employees reflects the quality of services. This, in turn, determines to a large extent the success of a hotel.
Since experience is a ...

Lack of analytical talent in the data centre business in Malaysia

In this connected world, content and connectivity have become very critical to businesses and individuals and therefore data centres (DCs) play an even ...

Companies turning to technology tools as a source of training platforms

If high-performing organisations are willing to spend regularly on training programmes, the investment would provide a return on that outlay.
Companies ...

Upgrading of knowledge and skills a must to keep pace with technology advancement

At the break-neck rate of technology advancement, Malaysian companies from big corporations to small businesses will always be playing catch-up to keep ...

Creating talent through corporate training

One of the biggest headaches for Malaysian employers when it comes to hiring fresh graduates is that they are often not equipped to work immediately.
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A committed talent management strategy is key to ensuring a high quality workforce

With employees usually contributing to more than 50% of the total operating budget/overheads cost for most companies, it is surprising to hear that ...

Are baby boomers finally retiring?

The continued presence of baby boomers in the workforce is annoying the Generation Xers, so to speak. This, according to a survey, is one of the major ...

Rather than rely on others, women could do more to make their networking effective

It seems strange but when it comes to business networking, women continue to struggle to get into the “club”, mainly because many networking events are ...

TalentCorp connects UK-based Malaysian professionals and students with opportunities at home

Talent Corp Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) together with over 35 leading Malaysian employers will be participating in the UKECGRADUAN career fair on March 30, ...

Talentcorp’s Career Comeback connects women on career breaks with employers

Not so long ago, flexible working, in terms of hours and location, was the province of senior managers who loved being a long way from headquarters and ...

CIMA fills in educational gaps in providing job skills

Young people without employment skills risk further social exclusion as technology and workplace change.
The consequences of high youth employment are ...

Flexible working a key strategy in attracting and keeping top employees

Since Malaysia is facing talent shortages across the board, what organisations need is to more effectively define and capitalise on their people’s talents, ...