A brand new myStarjob.com with revamped services is awaiting job seekers and employers, with the aim of becoming their ultimate career and talent resource. The new product offerings leverage on The Star media group's integrated media platform, ranging from print to digital and online solutions.
The new myStarjob.com offers a variety of new features such as a revamped web portal, Visume services, a Career Guide in The Star newspaper as well as online, and trainings to enable employers to not only recruit quality talent, but also develop and retain them for the betterment of the company.
One of the most prominent features is Malaysia's first video resume function called Visume. "Lifeless" resumes now come to life as talents can submit and upload their video resumes to apply for jobs. This new feature allows recruiters to better assess the talent and even conduct a live video interview with potential candidates. This helps cut costs and saves time for both parties.
Along with the well-established recruitment ads print pullout, a weekly 12-page Career Guide will serve as a valuable resource for talents seeking professional advice and opportunities and for organisations to use this opportunity to profile their organisation to attract talent and build reputation. The Career Guide's contents, including all the articles and related videos, will be accessible via online too.
Training services will be provided by myStarjob.com, in partnership with Leaderonomics Sdn Bhd, one of the subsidiaries of Star Publications. The training services encompass seminars, workshops, on-ground trainings, and talks by industry leaders, which will achieve the single-minded purpose of building better talents in the workforce community.