Kalibrr Visits HR Learning Session of Max’s Group, Inc.
For the June session of it’s monthly HR gathering, the largest casual dining restaurant company in the Philippines invited Kalibrr Co-Founder and CEO Paul Rivera to share his insights on attracting young professionals and winning the ensuing war for talent Last June 6, the human resources and recruitment associates, executives, and interns of Max’s Group, Inc. gathered at the conference room of their corporate office in Makati City for the company’s monthly HR learning session. The company behi
Kalibrr Shares Insights at Employer Branding Summit Asia 2019
Centered on humanizing digital strategies across the talent lifecycle, this year’s summit brought leaders from a variety of industries, including Kalibrr’s Managing Director for Indonesia, Sanuk Tandon Last May 29, the Fairmont Hotel in Makati City played host to CEOs, Vice-Presidents, Managing Directors, and other business executives, and recruitment professionals as they gathered for the Employer Branding Summit Asia. Hosted by employer branding firm TalentView, this year’s event saw speakers
Way to Z: Understanding the Newest Generation of Young Employees
Those born from 1996 to 2012 have already begun entering the workforce and you'll once again need to adapt your hiring approach to better accommodate the newest kids on the block. It seems like it was just a minute ago when most companies were finetuning their recruitment strategies towards attracting millennial talent. However, the succeeding generation has already begun entering the workforce, and given that the influx has just begun, now is as good a time as any to adjust your hiring approac
New Employment and Labor Laws Passed or Pending This Year
Undoubtedly a key aspect to the economy, workers deserve to have legislation made for their best interest, and the following are new laws that have been passed or pending in the first half of 2019 With what could be considered by some as a contentious 2019 Midterm Election in the rearview mirror, laws proposed in Congress and in the Senate begin to take root. Not surprisingly, a number of these bills are geared towards labor and employment, as a number of challenges continue to plague various i