Recruitment today is becoming more difficult than it used to be and needs to be. Even the most renowned companies of today are facing difficulties in attracting first-choice candidates. With job seekers’ needs and preference continuously evolving, the hiring process needs to level up as well.

Come join the Derek Toh & Jon Cohen in a session of digital recruitment training as he shares his insights on the contemporary knowledge and methods required to hire first-choice quality candidates; bringing back the golden age of recruitment to you!

Get to Know the Speakers:

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Jon Cohen – Head of Talent Acquisition at Lazada Group

Jon fell into recruitment by accident back in 2008 and since then it has been an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ adventure with new amazing and absurd discoveries every day. After almost a decade of recruiting across more than 30 countries and a huge range of functions, he is still constantly surprised by the strange and bizarre conversations he finds himself in with candidates and hiring managers…but mostly candidates.

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Derek Toh – Founder & CEO of WOBB.co

Derek is the Founder & CEO of WOBB.co, an online job search platform designed to help employers and young jobseekers find each other. He was previously an Associate Director at Robert Walters, a top international recruitment firm listed on the London Stock Exchange, and was awarded as one of their Global Top Performers for two years. He has been a speaker at a debate moderated by BBC World News and spoke at various conferences including MaGIC, MDeC, and MIA. Now, Derek wants to build the future of work to help jobseekers all find a job they’ll love.

UPDATE: We are SOLD OUT!

But, we’re organising our next round on the 28th of February 2018.

Don’t wait, people have already started booking their slots!

Tickets priced at only RM250 excluding GST.

Kindly e-mail [email protected] with the following details:

  • Full Name
  • E-mail address
  • Mobile number
  • Company registered name
  • Company billing address

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