As the evolution of jobs continues to accelerate in this age of change and transformation, the competition for talent of niche skill sets is only intensifying.
To stay ahead of the talent race and secure the people they need, companies need to look at hiring high potential individuals, and commit time and effort towards developing their capabilities and skills.
In this e-guide, we speak with hiring managers and HR leaders across South East Asia to explore the benefits of hiring high potential individuals. We also hear from professionals who were hired based on their potential on how they have seized opportunities to achieve great success for their employers and their own careers.
We would also also like to thank Fauzi Ibrahim, Junior Toh, Rod Strother and others for sharing their personal insights and experiences.
Act Like A Start-up and Win The Competition On Talent
Today, companies are no longer competing for talent with their direct competitors nor within industry, and while big brands, deep pockets, great employee benefits used to make for an attractive proposition, it seems that today’s workforce values more than just perks and financial rewards and are finRead More
A guide on securing highly skilled Vietnamese talent based overseas
With the rise of technology and growth in the Vietnamese economy, the demand for talented professionals is only increasing. Overseas Vietnamese professionals is one pool of talent that companies is eager to tap on because of their exposure to international experience and technology. Currently, thereRead More
Grow your talent hire based on Potential
Growing your talent pool and pipeline As the evolution of jobs continues to accelerate in this age of change and transformation, the competition for talent of niche skill sets is only intensifying. To stay ahead of the talent race and secure the people they need, companies need to look at hiring higRead More
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