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  1. The good news is that the decreases have not been as steep as the decreases during the first two waves of Covid-19 in February and April, which reflects that businesses are probably more prepared and adapting to the new normal.

  2. Invest in branding, build relationships, and communicate transparently, says Vikram Shervani, the firm's Founder and CEO, as he reveals the secrets that led to a gold trophy for Best Candidate Experience - Solution Provider category at the Asia Recruitment Awards Singapore.

  3. In the fast-moving tech startup space, HR professionals need to remain nimble and sensitive to subtle shifts in the work landscape, says Huanmin Huang, Chief of Staff, ShopBack.

  4. The scheme has already been partially rolled in Guangzhou and Shanghai with 100 wealth planners already recruited in those cities.

  5. An update on foreigners allowed into Thailand during the ongoing State of Emergency, Government boost for support for MSMEs in Indonesia, an automation grant for Malaysia’s services industry, and more.

  6. We have gathered four advice about how to build a personal and deeper relationship with your boss who might not be good at communicating. 

  7. Google, HSBC and L'Oréal were all seen as ideal employers among this year’s emerging talent while the Hong Kong Government also remained strongly preferred despite a turbulent year in the city.

  8. From sourcing and interview scheduling to onboarding and employer branding, engaging an RPO partner can solve a wide range of talent challenges, says KellyOCG’s Francis Padamadan, Senior Director, RPO & BPS.

  9. HR shares their biggest job application gaffes – from hula hoops to an 18-page résumé.

  10. Splunk Services Singapore’s Senior Manager for Talent Acquisition, Ambu Arun on how being a disruptive and high-growth global tech firm means the success profiles recruited must constantly evolve.