We have websites that design itself (good bye web designers), we can soon detect cancer and other health issues with just a few drops of blood (adios health lab technicians) and in the near future, computers that would think just like a human being (farewell brains?)
This is progress but progress that might inevitably affect your ability to continue to draw that stable paycheck. And that is what had happened not so long ago in Singapore.
I was at StarHub TVB awards yesterday over at Marina Bay Sands. It’s my first time attending a media award ceremony and the feelings of seeing some of my favorite TVB artistes in real life is pretty surreal.
It reminded me of myself 14 years ago. I was really enthusiastic about getting into the entertainment scene. The pay is good, you get to switch career in every drama and you get to live a high life.
I am delighted to be invited by SMBA to share my experience and expertise in a recruitment industry. I will be providing behind-the-scene insights and the secret to success for budding HR entrepreneurs looking to start their own business.
In addition, I will also be providing tips for the students on the things that employers look out for during interviews to maximize one’s chances of getting employed.
October 16, 2014
SIM Young Entrepreneur Network Tips on Recruitment Industry
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While the world’s market seems to be on the mend, finding a job is still somewhat complicated, especially if time is a factor and you don’t really know in which direction you should be going to. But there are ways around this – and the first method you should consider is working with a recruitment agency. They offer their services to people struggling to find a job by matching them up with businesses which seek their skillsets and aptitudes.
This year mark an important year to every employer in Singapore. It is a period whereby employer seriously need to wake up and realize the recruitment game is never the same. What worked 2 to 5 years ago will not work again. And unless you only hire bots, you have to attract human beings to work for you.
1. Not just the fair consideration framework – that’s one but many also forgotten that there had been recent changes to the employment act as well as amendments to foreign quotas and levies.