JobStreet.com HR Networking Event 2017 was held recently with the theme "Building successful human capital." The event was held at One World Hotel, and saw prominent human resource personnel deliver impactful presentations on empowering talent in a challenging economy. Read more about the event here.
Becoming a Certified Ethical Hacker, or a white hat hacker, is one of the most interesting and challenging jobs in the IT security industry - but what exactly is a Certified Ethical Hacker?
In this blog post, we try to answer some if the most common questions about the role and the qualification.
It’s the season for celebrating Malaysia! 60 years since Hari Merdeka for Malaya this 31st August and 54 years as Malaysia this 16th September.
We've come this far as a nation and still have far to go. We're learning about each other and learning from each other to become Sehati Sejiwa!
In conjunction with this patriotic season, we spoke to people about what they thought about their future and what they are doing to make it happen. Watch the video to see what they said.
by Yolanda Graham
Once you’ve entered the world of work, performance reviews are likely to be a part of your working life. Done right, performance reviews give you reasons for continuous improvement, making valuable contributions in your job, and keeping your career on track.
A big part of performance reviews is goal setting. It's important to know is that goal setting is highly personal. You can't just copy goals from your peers and make them your own. The goals you specify should be a result of considering three factors: your current performance, your own career objectives, and your role within the company.
A well-known method for creating effective goals is to use the SMART criteria. SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Using the SMART method will make the mission of achieving your goals easier to visualise and therefore easier to plan for.
If you want to know how to turn your performance review goals into SMART goals, read on.
by Yolanda Graham