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Sign-up for Monroe Malaysia’s C-Level Breakfast Discussion on Executive Recruitment in Industry 4.0 this Thursday

  • Publish Date: Posted 超过 6 年之前

On the 12th of October (Thursday), the company will be hosting a breakfast club themed idea sharing event exclusively for C-level executives, centering the discussion of Industry 4.0 which will touch on topics ranging from the challenges local organizations might face to the benefits they stand to get from advancing towards the next industrial revolution.

According to the Malaysian Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), virtually all industries from manufacturing to banking will be integrating digitized automation and robotics by the year 2050 and Malaysian businesses hoping to survive or let alone thrive in this new industrial revolution age will have to start planning and investing for the training and reallocation of relevant skills of its workers. In the words of its Chief Executive Officer Datuk CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran, “Employers who are hesitant to train their staff for fear of losing them to their competitors or of losing out financially have to approach training their workforce as a form of investment rather than expense.”

Monroe Consulting Group Malaysia is an international award recruitment company which focuses on recruitment in a number of key sectors including manufacturing, technology and consumer goods, and has played a vital role in helping job candidates and our client companies transition toward Industry 4.0. In the company’s efforts in doing so, it now extends its invitation to all C-level executives to join us at the Majestic Hotel for the opportunity to network and generate referrals for each other.

Join our experts to unlock the untapped opportunity within your expansion plans and learn how to reach potential key growth segments. This is an exclusive invite for all C-level executives and the event will be held from 8.30am – 10.30am at the Majestic Hotel. Space is limited for this event, so please register today.