Online job portal JobStreet teamed up with the Asian Institute of Management to launch JobStreet Academy—a free virtual course designed to help HR professionals and business owners address challenges in the evolving work environment and job market.
Through JobStreet Academy, employers can up upgrade their knowledge on recruitment and people management.
“JobStreet Academy’s courses are designed to help recruiters and business owners meet the changing market demands. With the industry’s most trusted brands leading the way, it is an opportune time for our employers to catch up and learn from some of the top brains in business and recruitment,” said JobStreet Philippines country manager Philip Gioca.
The course offers three tracks: Business Essentials, which covers payroll and taxation, as well as managing employee compensation and benefits; Talent Management, which involves labor laws and supervising employee performance; and Leadership and Management, which aims to help employers better guide their workforce toward success.
Powered by AIM’s academic experts, JobStreet Academy imparts relevant skills shaped by a global perspective. This helps participants learn business resilience and solid leadership skills that can result in improved employee retention and added resourcefulness amid disruptions.
JobStreet Academy can also assist employers in navigating business management essentials through an overview of the tax code, payroll processing, and designing competitive compensation packages to attract top talent.
Upon registration, employers will receive free job ad credits and immediate access to JobStreet’s talent pool. They will also earn certificates upon completion of the course.
“It has always been our mission at the Asian Institute of Management to sustain the growth of Asian businesses and societies, and we are pleased to be a partner of Jobstreet in this endeavor. We believe that with Jobstreet Academy, we will be able to provide companies with greater knowledge and expertise to advance their recovery,” said AIM managing director for business development Mary Grace Reynoso.
Gioca said the workplace environment is ever-changing with new innovations popping-up as priorities tend to adjust with the times.
“We want to help our hirers to adapt to these shifts as they play a crucial role in boosting our labor market. We hope that businesses can become more equipped when it comes to talent hiring, management, and retention and they can learn these skills at their own pace,” he said.