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Short-handed/ Understaffed? Advertised the vacancies but no calls received for Application? HR personnel are too busy to filter the over-flooded resumes from recruitment platform? Let our Recruitment Consultants share your burden and workload of Recruiting or Staffing. Please call us at : - Grace Sia - 019-776 5752 Darrell Oong - 012-799 8448 Harshini - 012-517 5072 Our Business Policy:- 1) We do not poach candidates who are working at our existing clients' company. 2) We are obliged to not to further recommend jobs to candidates whom we have had PLACED into the clients' company unless they have tendered their resignation to the company. 3) We do not enter into any agreement with candidates so that they will only quit from clients' company upon completion of the Guarantee Period. We uphold integrity and professionalism in our business strictly.  4) We do not impose any fee to the candidates who apply jobs through JobReferral.   read more
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Aug 3, 2020 at 02:39 pm —

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Do You Know Someone ? Who May Be Looking For a Similar Role? Or Isn’t Currently Looking But is Open To Discussing Fantastic Job. JOB OPPORTUNITIES? Job for your Friends = Referral Rewards! Join us by referring your friends, share job openings from top firms with people you know. When they get hired, you get paid. Let’s get started with below steps:- Step 1: Refer to the Jobs available in the Job Listed Table. Step 2 :Look for any candidates who are suitable or interested to apply for the job. Step 3: Get their resumes and email to grace.sia@jobreferral.com.my  OR Step 4: Get them to call or email directly to grace.sia@jobreferral.com.my by mentioning your name as referrer in order for you to be entitled for the Referral Fee. JOB LISTING   POSITION   LOCATION   REFERRAL REWARDS   JOB ID Accounts Assistant Skudai RM250 1243 Corporate Secretarial Executive Kuala Lumpur RM 300 1242 Warehouse Assistant Senai RM250 1240 Customer Service Executive Pasir Gudang RM 300 1238 Sales Manager JB Town RM 400 1237 Project Manager Home-Based RM500 1236 HR Executive Skudai RM350 1235 QC Manager Pasir Gudang RM 500 1233 Key Accounts Manager Home-based RM350 1231 Customer Service Executive Selangor RM 500 1230 Factory Manager Johor Bahru RM 700 1228 Controls Engineering Manager Johor Bahru RM 550 1225 Marketing Manager Nusajaya RM 450 1116 QA Manager Desa Cemerlang RM 500 1224 Purchasing Manager Johor Bahru RM 500 1223 Senior Warehouse Executive Nusajaya RM500 1221 IT Executive Senai RM400 1217 Assistant Engineer Senai RM 250 1216 SAP Executive Nusajaya RM 500 1198 read more
Agensi Pekerjaan JobReferral Sdn Bhd updated About Us page content
Aug 3, 2020 at 02:19 pm —

About Us

JobReferral is a up-and-coming start-up that works towards making changes in how to recruit people effectively through the Referral System. Just like our motto “Success Through People”, we strongly believe in the value of social networking. We believe, by leveraging your networks, you have the ability to recommend your friends for jobs that they might not be aware of and in the mean time you get rewarded.   Vision Statement To be the First Choice of Recruitment Solutions in Malaysia by 2025 Mission Statement To be the Leader in Recruitment industry through total commitment to People and Technology, with superior Customer Satisfaction   Our Team At JobReferral, our team members are all highly experienced professionals with the resources necessary to identify and secure the best candidates. We try, in our small way, in making Career Opportunities easier to Find and Broadcast.   Darrell Oong A CPA (Certified Practising Accountant) Australia, Darrell began his career as an Auditor with a few Audit & Accounting Consultancy firms. Besides, he is also experienced in operating tertiary education colleges and managing a team of lecturers who churns out a group of top quality Accounting Professionals locally. In 2008, Darrell decided to move on from Professional advisory into Commercial line by  joining a multi-national company as a Finance Manager. As a result, Darrell has rich management experience in founding and incubating his own companies as well as business consultancy especially for foreign investors.   Grace Sia An Accounting & Marketing graduate from Charles Sturt University, Australia, Grace has over 10 years of commercial (industrial) experience while serving her tenure for an American Fortune 500 Company. With her interest in building the network of people and fulfilling the staffing needs of her previous pool of industrial clients, JobReferral was founded to further pursue her dream as a Professional Recruitment Consultant.   Harshini Kanniah (Certified NLP Coach)   With the passion in observing & analysing human behaviour, Harshini completed her Degree in Psychology from UCSI University, Malaysia and is now a Certified NLP Coach by Ulyses Wang Academy. While developing great interest in Industrial & Organizational Psychology, she focuses on the application of theoretical approaches towards understanding the relationship between people, emotions & behaviour in an organization or workplace. The cornerstone of her career is laid when she successfully joined JobReferral as a Recruitment Consultant. She is now passionately recruiting while applying psychological analysis to understand people.   Xin Yi,Tang Xin Yi has done her Degree in Human Resource Development in University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). While getting deeper in this aspect of recruitment which plays an important part in Human Resource Management, Xin Yi has developed her interests & passion in the art of interaction and communication between employees in organizations. As joining JobReferral to be a Recruitment Consultant, she grabs an opportunity to further develop her skills in linguistic and communication. She is now recruiting while further exploring her findings on how linguistics magic being played in the organization.   Sherry Tee Sherry Tee, a young and enthusiastic Marketing Degree graduate enjoys the recruitment activities in corporate world while observing interesting human relationships. After completed Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration in Raffles University Iskandar, she enjoys looking for common grounds with fellow candidates while creating immediate bond with them, stays curious and listens attentively to them in order to help her clients to recruit the “right people”. read more
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Feb 14, 2018 at 01:28 pm —
Achievers are always open for Challenges

Achievers are always open for Challenges

Achievers are always open for challenges Life can get tough at times. It can get tougher when someone assigns something all of a sudden especially to me, a person who used to prepare and finish tasks ahead. When I was assigned to the assignment of Chemical Engineer for one of my Japanese client, I was dumbfounded firstly as it was very last minute and secondly, I know nothing and had zero interest for it. But little did I knew that if I had the interest to learn, it could lead me to achieve tremendously. In the case of my Japanese client, I started off with a heavy heart and unhappy face. Initially I did not manage to get any qualified candidates for my client, everything seems to be like a waste of time for this position. But when my leader had so much of faith in me and solely rely on me for this, I had no choice but to not disappoint her and started to read up about Chemical Engineer, understand from candidates about the common job scope and learnt from client about what they require. Likewise, they say, I can’t believe my own eyes, I was literally astonished to hear the comment from my client that I had done a great job in shortlisting candidates and those who attended for interview were really qualified in some way. My client who planned to hire 1 headcount changed his mind to hire 2 headcounts due to the extremely qualified candidates whom I presented which made them really happy. Those praises aren’t going to stand alone as reputation, but as a motivation and has taught me that, achiever has to take the risks and challenges otherwise you see no good results. Putting in real effort will never fail us in anything we do.   Written on 12thApril 2017 by Harshini read more
Agensi Pekerjaan JobReferral Sdn Bhd added a news
Jan 13, 2018 at 12:31 pm —
What is My Job Market Value?

What is My Job Market Value?

“What is my Job Market Value?”   Being a Recruiter, most often than not, I am asked by a lot of candidates “What is my market value?” For this, I am unable to come up with a perfect answer, instead, I have a lot of questions in my mind. Let me share with you of what are these doubts that I have:- Scenario # 1: An Accounts Manager, drawing RM 6300 being head-hunted by another company for the same position at higher offer had just tendered his resignation but being countered offer by the incumbent employer for RM 10,000 with the condition to oversee another operation department (e.g. purchasing department). He was overjoyed, so much delighted that he almost withdrew his resignation. In such a circumstance, based on simple mathematics, do you think the Manager worth RM10, 000 or RM 5000 (assuming RM 5000 for each department duties/responsibilities)? My Doubt # 1: Is this a simple mathematic question with simple answer? Scenario # 2: A Production Manager, drawing RM 8000 with annual bonus track record hovering between 2 to 16 months for the past 6 years or averagely RM 5000 per month from the annual bonus distribution for the past 6 years. Do you think that the candidate worth RM 13,000 (RM8k + RM5k) or RM 9600 (RM8000 x20% of increment normally)? From candidate’s perspective, he worth RM 13,000 and that’s the reason he is getting averagely RM 13,000. On the other hand, from the employer’s perspective, because my company is performing well, hence, you are getting RM 13,000. My Doubt # 2: Is this value depends on company business performance or solely depends on your own work performance? Scenario # 3: A General Manager, drawing RM 15,000 per month, performing the role of coordination between production workers and machines maintenance as well as reporting the details to the business owner feels the job satisfaction is not as high as an Operation Manager of another company which he ended up drawing RM 10,000, where he can make a lot of impactful operational decisions. My Doubt # 3: Is the so-called market value determined/judged by own self or by the employer? Last but not least, is "Value" in the eyes of beholder? Not to mention those who work in Singapore, the value differences is simply due to CURRENCY effect. By Grace Sia on 13 January 2018 read more
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Dec 15, 2017 at 05:51 pm —
The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

通过面谈/电话访谈/邮件的沟通 在工作上,生活中,当遇到需要和对方沟通时,你会选择通过邮件(信息),电话还是面谈呢? 我喜欢通过邮件/信息通知或者联络,但是这个方法虽然方便也容易传递错误的消息。 记得有一次,我通过邮件传达一个信息,但是也许用词不当,没能清楚的表达我的想发进而导致一些错误的发生。虽然这次的影响不大,但是谁能保证下次能够如此幸运呢? 我的上司一直在鼓励我“开口”说话,能够面对面交谈是最好,在没办法的情况下,也确保尽量使用电话沟通。每一次我都会通过电话和候选人进行沟通,我一直避免邀请他们面谈(初步面试),对于缺乏经验的我,实在是不晓得该说些什么才能引导出候选人的特质,以加深对他的了解, 从而看出他对于该工作的契合度。然而,我发现通过电话面试没办法判断出候选人(D)是否与顾客的要求匹配。在上司的建议下, 我邀请了D 并与他进行面试。在面谈中,我能够观察对方与我的眼神交流,能够更加准确的判断出他是否诚实(真诚)的回答我的问题。甚至于,我发现候选人会在面谈中轻易的放下“警戒心”,更愿意分享他们的生活,也因此让我从而发现他们的潜质。D 并没有很高的学历 (SPM 文凭)。 但是通过面试,我发现他拥有身为销售员的潜在特质,有思想,能说会道,有影响力。 虽然过去的相关经验较少,但是我相信这个潜质将会在面试中被发现。因此我把我在面试中观察的结果传达给顾客知道,希望他们愿意邀请他来参加面试。 果真,在D和客户面试后, 他们很满意他的表现, 并且决定聘请他加入他们的团队。试着回想一下,你较常选择通过邮件/电话/面对面沟通呢?哪个是最有效率的沟通方式呢?                                                                                                拟于2017年12月11日     陈欣怡 read more
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The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

What goes around, comes back around Have you ever heard of the saying “what goes around comes around”. Well, don’t only associate it with Karma but it applies in all of the contexts. I noticed these days, when it comes to break-up in a relationship, divorce, or while leaving a company to join a new one, little do we care to leave a good impression / relationship. The process often leaves with bitter memory which we will never be able to reminisce in the future. A simple example would be that, while breaking up with partner, do we care to leave a good impression by breaking apart in nicer way, or by fighting and leaving a bad impression. Trust me, the world is very small that one small action which you do may spark and burn the whole forest. It is very crucial to always leave a good impression even though you’re not at fault because this small good deed will take you to places as well as it helps to avoid bad / fake news about you from spreading. This does not mean that you need to fake yourself and try to be nice, but genuinely being nice will not cost you so much right. Moreover, the good deeds you do will definitely bring you a good name. Recently, I had an experience whereby one of my candidates almost got hired by an employer but unfortunately, after the reference checking, things got haywire and they decided to not hire due to some reasons. Now, let’s not beat around the bush. What I am trying to hint here is about the reference check. Have you ever gone through a situation where a potential employer requested for reference check from your ex-companies? During this period of time, you would realize how important it is to have a good reputation even though you’re no longer there. So, let’s not think about the present only and let’s try to foresee the consequences of it in the future.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Written on June 2017 by Harshini read more
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Oct 13, 2017 at 02:41 pm —
The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

面试中显现的个性 面试往往是在招聘工作中最费神的工作,不管是基于申请者的角度,亦或者是招聘者的角度。大多数的社会新鲜人最为紧张的也是这个环节,当然也有“不怕”面试的勇士。面试顾名思义,就是面对面的考试,过程中,你的一举一动都会被严密的审查,你的任何反应都逃不过经验老道的面试官,他们的法眼。我曾经和我的同事一起把两名申请会计岗位的候选人送去了面试,两人在同天但是不同时间进行了面试,代号为A 与B。面试半个小时后,面试官表示两个人的实力其实不相上下,但是最后他们决定聘请A为他们的会计专员,其理由竟是面试中,A 所表现出的个性是属于有原则,会与他们据理力争的个性,当然这也大大增加了争执的可能性;B 则为绝对顺从型,但是看似稍微迷糊。与拍档讨论后,他们觉得A 在个性上更符合他们的 “理想型”,因此决定选择A。通过一个半个小时的面试,竟然能够了解那么多,我们到底在面试中无意识的透露了多少东西给面试官。面试官又如何能够在提问你的同时,观察及注意那么多的细节进而推敲出你是什么样的人? 你面试中展现的个性亦可以成为你的阻力或者是动力。不同人有不同的见解,我认为是缺点的地方,有些时候反而因此获得面试官的青睐,反之亦然。影响面试最终的结果也许不是面试中你的侃侃而谈,对答如流,而是你无意识所展现出来的你潜在的个性。 拟于2017年4月10日 陈欣怡 read more
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The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

“Never judge a book by its cover”, this is a very famous saying but unlike what it implies, many of us tend to have a judgement about an individual basing on their appearance; what they wear, how they look & etc. Culturally, we are moulded that way. But did you know that the type of spectacles you choose forms different impression too. Being in the field of recruitment, I’ve realized and gathered some facts. Did you know that employers categorize people with the silver, thin framed spectacles as smart, neat, presentable and attractive compared to those who are with the latest trendy thick, coloured and designed framed glasses? In fact, one of my client (employer) commented that those with thick framed glasses could not be a good sales person as they are perceived to be less friendly, more egoistic thus not having the ability to develop businesses. Now, how true is this, you may want to observe and find out from your organization. But never forget that anyhow, spectacles are one part which forms your outlook and your appearance is the factor which determines the impression one is about to form. Be it in your personal life or career life, first impression counts so think of how you want to appear to your surrounding meanwhile not losing your natural aesthetics.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Written on 12th December 2016 by Harshini read more
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The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

The Journal & Journey of Recruitment Consultants

Your Hair! Would your hair colour determine the interview result? Being Asians, black hair is common especially in offices/corporate environments unless you are in beauty/fashion or filming industry that will be a different story. The story starts when my candidate who had just happily celebrated Chinese New Year in his newly dyed hair in bright, blonde colour planned to attend the interview with the same outlook. I was concerned at the beginning and then it became worries. This is simply because my client company’s Director is a conservative Japanese. Somehow, I insisted the candidate to recover his original hair colour a day before the interview and fortunately, he did! I was glad for his cooperation and he was offered for the position of General Manager! ·         Would you want to TRY attending interview in different hair colours? ·         If you are a Manager or the interviewer, would you be concerned over this factor? ·         Do you agree that proper attire (outlook) is important for interview? Is Hair style/colour considered as part of outlook as well? No Right or Wrong answer, simply a decision/choice to make about how do you want to impress or be perceived.                                                                                                                                                                                                     Written on 15 March 2017 by Grace Sia   read more
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