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.
With the opening of Myanmar’s economy, the healthcare sector has important difficulties to tackle to provide access to more and better services for a larger part of the population. In this transition, the country also presents very interesting opportunities for healthcare businesses and professionals.
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.
Singapore is famous for being a great place for business with high salaries and good work conditions. Aspirations, goals and mindsets of professionals in Singapore are however not always as familiar. This study by LinkedIn dives deeper in the psychology of work in Singapore with interesting insights for HR professionals.
With the 2015 budget of Singapore came an increase of the personal income tax rate to 22% for the highest income. In this interview, Singapore Second Minister for Trade and Industry S. Iswaran gives some insights on the objectives of the Singaporean government’s fiscal policy and strategy for investment, redistribution and funding.