• The Asia Recruitment Market Landscape Review

    about 20 hours ago

    ​Following the seismic disruptions of the past 18 months, the Supply Chain and Procurement industry has been provided with an unprecedented opportunity. As many countries across the Asia Pacific are released from the clutches of the global pandemic, businesses can look to strengthen their supply chains and examine operational capacity in order to recalibrate their hiring act...

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  • Employee Job Confidence: Is the Grass Greener?

    8 days ago

    As we look ahead to global recovery and relaunch, the world health crisis continues to cast a shadow on many countries and plague economic activity. The Supply Chain sector is a crucial pillar, propagating a wave of economic growth and interconnecting systematic cross-border ecosystems. To continue innovating and fuelling economic activity post-pandemic, encouraging tra...

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  • Virtual Recruitment Landscape

    about 1 month ago

    ​The historical events of the past year made most firms pivot and re-evaluate their talent acquisition processes. Despite the resetting of traditional workplace rules, on the back of many businesses continuing to limit travel and in-person collaboration, what can be said for the virtual recruitment landscape then?  At DSJ Global, a subsidiary brand of the Phaidon Internation...

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  • How To Avoid Bias In Job Descriptions

    2 months ago

    ​​There is overwhelming evidence that companies with diverse workforces perform better on every possible metric, with diversity positively impacting every level of a business, from the cleaning staff to the board of directors.Asian professionals say a workplace that respects diverse opinion is key to retaining talent. Bringing in as many perspectives, working styles and expe...

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  • Navigating the Talent Challenge Post-Pandemic

    3 months ago

    ​​​The legacy of the global pandemic and the future of work is yet to be determined. As firms carve out a path forward, there are signs that the flexible working paradigm may be the solution to the impeding talent challenge, namely the battle of acquisition and retention.The special Forbes feature, in partnership with our parent company Phaidon International, raises prominen...

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  • A Mentally Healthy Mind, Body and Soul - 5 Things To Do

    3 months ago

    Population-based studies on suicide in Asia reveal that 68-97% had diagnosable psychiatric disorders. Only 35-40% of suicides in India and China received the diagnosis of depression. In light of the anxiety and stress caused by the global health crisis and its fallout, it’s no wonder that many have felt the weight of the past twelve months on their shoulders. Social isolatio...

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  • Talent Moves: Locate and Relocate

    3 months ago

    ​Workforce flexibility, employee wellbeing, and the rise of technology dominated talent topics last year and continues to be a focal point for 2021. There is a discussion concerning talent mobility that, in many ways, may have been swept under the carpet on the back of the global health crisis. This raises the question, has the pandemic halted the movement of talent through ...

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  • Performance Over Presence

    4 months ago

    ​Change may well be on the horizon and is accelerating exponentially. At the beginning of 2020, many supply chain companies were firmly thrust into a remote working trajectory, a watershed year for digital transformation within the workplace. For the past year, the high-speed mass adoption of flexible working required employers to redefine and re-examine the workplace. If fl...

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  • Locked Down and Upskilled

    4 months ago

    The global health crisis caused by Covid-19 has resulted in many becoming accustomed to spending endless time at home. With the days blending seamlessly into the next, how have individuals made productive use of this time during local lockdowns and periods of self-isolation?Some have utilised this new-found time to prioritise self-care, rediscover a particular passion, or im...

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  • International Women's Day 2021: An interview with Monique Lui

    5 months ago

    ​A challenging world is an alert world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. At DSJ Global, we choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality. We choose to seek out and celebrate women's achievements. Collectively, we can all help create an inclusive world.From challenge comes change, we have an interview wit...

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  • Advancing Women of Color in Supply Chain and Procurement

    5 months ago

    ​More than 90% of CEOs report that diversity is a top business priority. Procter & Gamble President has announced new declarations aimed to propel gender equality across the Asia Pacific. The dial towards progress has moved forward in recent years. With diversity and inclusion at the top of the agenda, we explore the current state of affairs for women of colour in procur...

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  • How to Get the Pay Rise You Deserve

    5 months ago

    ​​No-one likes to talk about pay but are you missing out on a hard-earned raise? Time to break the taboo and secure the pay rise you deserve. Start by asking.Know your worthBe prepared. Don't let impostor syndrome get the better of you and undervalue yourself. Likewise, don't expect your line manager to have a new salary already calculated for you in case you finally plucked...

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  • 2020 Reflections: Looking Back to Move Forward

    6 months ago

    ​While we all cannot wait for a brand new start, it can be tricky to put the challenges of 2020 behind us. To learn as much as possible from the adversities we all faced last year, we’d like to suggest that we begin 2021 with a brief period of reflections.

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  • Global Supply Chains: Recovering from 2020

    8 months ago

    ​COVID-19 has not only disrupted but also challenged global supply chains in unprecedented ways. Multinational organisations have spent decades producing complex global supply chains and networks to maximise efficiency and to minimise cost, while being blind to the impact serious shocks like COVID-19 can have on the entire value chain.McKinsey & Company researchers repo...

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  • 12 Days of Career Advice

    8 months ago

    ​As the holidays approach, often full of end-of-year reviews, promotions and job hunting, it’s more important than ever to demonstrate your abilities. We have put together the 12 most fundamental tips that will help you excel in your career.

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  • 5 Tips for Dealing With Back to the Office Blues

    10 months ago

    After this unprecedented, anxiety-filled, work-from-home escapade, it is unlikely that everyone will transition smoothly to office life. The experience will affect each of us differently. With it being a temporary blip for some and a back to the office blues experience for others.Adjusting to the commute, sharing office space, and returning to a structured routine can be exh...

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  • The Benefits of Using a Specialist Recruiter to Find Talent

    10 months ago

    Sourcing the right talent at the right time can prove arduous for any company. But the process becomes even more challenging when you work within a niche industry or sector. In these situations, a specialist recruiter can help find the perfect candidate for a hard-to-fill role.There are several benefits a specialist recruiter can offer when looking to find niche talent:Deep ...

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  • Global Whitepaper: The Work-Life Rebalance

    10 months ago

    Procurement and supply chain professionals adapted to change and find a way to keep it going despite pandemic. Because of this new normal and adaptation, the workforce has experienced and found the beauty of working from home. This, as a result, leading us all to rethink the meaning of work-life balance.

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  • What to Do If You're Made Redundant at this Difficult Time?

    10 months ago

    Covid-19 has disrupted the global economy and the job market, leaving some employers little choice but to downsize their headcount to survive. Being made redundant can affect everyone mentally, financially, and emotionally. However, the key to surviving this is to overcome the challenges and make the most out of it. Why? It's a temporary state of being. This article aims to ...

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  • Ready to Return? Six Steps to Get Back to the Office

    11 months ago

    No doubt, Covid-19 has brought in the longest period of remote working for supply chain professionals. From disrupting delivery schedules and production timelines to now living and breathing with this new normal, returning to the office can seem like a new thing for many of us. Especially, when 82% of the supply chain workforce actually wants remote working to become the nor...

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