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The Jakarta Post: Top corporations on the hunt for multilingual tech-savvy talent

What can companies do to attract digitally literate, English-speaking local talent? Eric Mary, country manager of Robert Walters Indonesia, shares his insights
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Innovation in Recruitment

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.

Start-ups attract Pulang Kampung candidates

Thousand of overseas Indonesians are interested to return home. Career progression and working culture are some of the main considerations.

Robert Walters Indonesia supports victims of recent Palu-Donggala tsunami through Charity Day 2018

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

How Asian companies can attract and retain international talents

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.
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Koran Tempo: When the experts Pulang Kampung

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.
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Kompas: Despite lower salary, working in Indonesia is more promising

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.
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Kompas TV: IT professionals will be in high-demand in 2018

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.