The most populous country of Southeast Asia, Indonesia has a large workforce, a fast-growing economy and a dynamic and varied business environment with many work opportunities. Potential candidates and hiring companies must be aware of salaries and compensations for the right skills and experience.
For a human resources specialist in search of staff to hire or a professional in transition to a new job, knowing about the Malaysian job market and what salaries to expect for certain levels of qualification and diplomas will come in handy. Here are some details about what compensation correspond to a large range of jobs in Malaysia.
Whether you are looking for employees to hire or to find a job that suits your profile, knowing the salaries usually granted for certain positions, in certain industries and with a certain level of experience can be very useful. For such purpose, here is a detailed report to assess your HR cost or salary expectations in Thailand.
Singapore is one of the most modern and developed countries in Asia, with a vibrant economy of high value-added services and industries. For companies looking for new personnel or professionals on the move, knowing the local salaries compensating for certain skills and experience is a must to make the right HR decisions.
The Southeast Asian workforce is now primarily made up of a new generation. With different habits and aspirations from their parents the “Millenials” also bring a shift in the way they approach their careers and their job hunting practices. At a time of change in Southeast Asia, here are some insights on how to attract and hire them.
Human resources professionals looking for candidates to hire or executives looking for their next career opportunities both need to know about the job market. This guide will greatly help all those who need to evaluate the salaries compensating for experience and qualifications of particular job position in the Philippines.
While the journey of acclimatizing to a culturally different business ecosystem is not without its challenges, the Dutch startup Saleduck has successfully launched its operations in Malaysia with an eye on regional expansion. Here are some tips on their journey with a focus on the aspect of human resources.
For companies looking for staff or professionals planning their next career move, being well informed on the salaries compensating a particular skill set and experience is critical. To this end, here are details on salaries rewarding several jobs positions in various sectors of the Vietnamese jobs market.
Companies in Indonesia are poised to benefit from the country’s high potential for growth in the coming years. They will however have to face challenges to attract and keep the right staff. To help recruiters and HR professionals succeed in this task, this study by LinkedIn provides valuable insights on the mindsets of workers in Indonesia.
Rising towards the high income country status, Malaysia offers an interesting environment for businesses, jobs seekers and recruiters. In this study, LinkedIn analyses the mindsets, goals and driving forces of the professionals of Malaysia, bringing insights on the Malaysian job market through comparisons with other countries.