A 3D/2N residential boot camp tailored to prepare graduates for the workforce through a series of intensive, fun and invaluable workshops covering CV tailoring, grooming etiquette and interview skills.Interested to find out more? Read this!
The myASEANinternship programme is back and the programme looks set to build on its early success by offering 100 internship placements with 24 organisations. Malaysians studying locally or abroad can undergo internships with leading Malaysian employers at various ASEAN locations. Check out what some of the past interns had to say.
By NINA TI
The Sector Focused Career Fair (SFCF) Big Bang on Jan 19–20 will be an eye-opener for graduates and jobseekers who are keen to explore possibilities of internship or employment through direct engagement with employers...
TalentCorp: Men still outnumber women in top management across various industries. Citing various reasons for leaving the workforce such as starting a family, many women face problems re-entering the labour force after a long hiatus, thus hurting their career prospects.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
Launched in 1990, the National Annual Corporate Report Awards, or NACRA, has remain relevant in promoting excellence and best practices in annual corporate reporting. Check out why CIMB, Nestle and Astro won...
An initiative by GTI Media, the Graduate Recruitment Awards (GRA) recognises and applauds the excellence of recruiters who break new ground in the way they attract and hire graduates in today’s global war for talent. Read on to find out the list of winners.
Since the launch of the TalentCorp HR Network on Aug 15, 2014, TalentCorp has been working towards strengthening collaboration with employers and enhancing industry participation in talent development programmes.
By SANDY CLARKE and MARY CHUA
HR professionals are now urged to become strategic partners in advising leadership teams, and are being steered towards sitting at the executive table as a crucial part of decision-making.
By NINA TI
To raise the bar for the HR profession, TalentCorp has joined forces with some of the leading HR certification training providers, providing funding support to employers and opening door for more participation from HR leaders.
Through the Life At Work Awards, TalentCorp encourages employers to share their workplace practices to promote work-life integration and to advance women in the workforce. Here are the winners and finalists in this year's edition.
Through the Life At Work Awards, TalentCorp encourages employers to step forward and share their workplace practices to promote work-life integration and to advance women in the workforce. Here are some company highlights.
The launch of MYXpats Centre represents continuous innovation in the delivery of immigration services for expatriates in Malaysia. It is a one-stop centre that will process all employment pass applications for expatriates working here.
Why should companies sign up for MYXpats, Malaysia's expatriate talent service centre? Read what some leaders of multinational companies have to say about MYXpat Centre when it comes to expatriates and foreign talent.
Organisations that employ women at the highest level outperform those with no women on boards. The next question on everyone’s lips is then: how do we find well-qualified women candidates to join the top brass?
On April 22, the International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed launched the Industry-Academia Collaboration (IAC) initiative for the Electrical & Electronics (E&E) sector. Check out what this is all about.
A key focus for TalentCorp in 2014 was on developing and implementing workplace initiatives that responded to changing talent needs and workplace requirements. Read on to find out some of these initiatives.
Beyond raising awareness of available opportunities in Malaysia and enabling overseas Malaysians to contribute from abroad, TalentCorp’s principal focus is to facilitate the return of top Malaysian talent living and working abroad to meet Malaysia’s critical skill gaps.
The largest portion of TalentCorp’s resource and allocation is for developing local Malaysian talent, with a focus on enhancing graduate employability. Check out the various initiatives to do just that.
By having foreign talent join forces with Malaysian talent, there will be positive outcomes in terms of knowledge and skills enhancement to the local talent pool and operational enhancements to key economic sectors.