Robert Walters Indonesia has launched a new whitepaper titled “How to attract and retain the right talent to grow your business internationally” as a guide for Asian companies. It gathers the views of more than 5,000 HR professionals, hiring managers and candidates working in Asian and Western companies across Mainland China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Koran Tempo covered the stories of returning overseas Indonesian professionals; Maya Malidra, Shopee Indonesia and Kevin Wiramihardja, Grab Indonesia. Both shared their motivations to return to Indonesia, opportunities they have seized and also challenges they have encountered.
The salary of working professionals in Indonesia on average is only half compared to neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia. However, working in Indonesia is more promising in the long term especially in technology sector with the rapid growth of e-commerce and start-up businesses.
Kompas TV covered the stories on recently launched Robert Walters’ Salary Survey 2018 – Greater China & South East Asia. It was highlighted that in 2018 there will be a strong hiring activity especially for IT professionals due to the growing e-commerce and start up businesses in Indonesia.
News highlights from the Robert Walters 2018 Salary Survey launch in Indonesia on 22nd November.