Robert Walters recently issued a recruitment e-guide, “Grow your talent: Hire based on your potential”. Rather than vying for talent within this already-limited pool, the report shows the benefits of hiring based on potential, giving pointers on how to identify high-potential candidates, hire and empower them to fulfil their potential.
The Robert Walters Group held its annual fundraising event on 11 October 2019. The Indonesia office came together on this day to support Rumah Belajar Senen, a community service program for underprivillaged children near Senen railway station.
Robert Walters Indonesia has been awarded one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Asia 2019 - Indonesia Edition” by HR Asia Magazine, a top regional publisher in the HR industry. The highly-reputable award recognises companies that possess remarkable levels of employee engagement, corporate culture and employer branding.
News highlights from the Robert Walters Tech E-Book launch "Five Lessons in Tackling The Tech Talent Shortage" in Indonesia
What can companies do to attract digitally literate, English-speaking local talent? Eric Mary, country manager of Robert Walters Indonesia, shares his insights
News highlights from the Robert Walters 2019 Salary Survey launch in Indonesia.
How will the world of recruitment change in the face of big data, artificial intelligence and automation? Head of Innovation of Robert Walters Group, Faye Walshe, provided her insights into how recruitment is evolving in this digital era at the “Innovation in Recruitment” breakfast event organised by Robert Walters Indonesia.
Thousand of overseas Indonesians are interested to return home. Career progression and working culture are some of the main considerations.
The Robert Walters Group held its annual fundraising event on 12 October 2018 and this year, the Indonesia office fundraised for the victims of the recent tsunami that hit Palu and Donggala, through Charity in Unity