Elain Lockman, the oldest of two siblings, was born in Kelantan and now lives in Kuala Lumpur permanently. A proud Convent Assunta alumni, she recalls her favourite moment when Sister Enda, the headmistress at the time, taught her to be a more caring, charitable, and all-around person. She understands that other Assunta (Assuntarian) pupils have the same values, making it easy to identify other Assuntarians.
Growing up in Kuala Lumpur, Armani Shahrin was constantly encouraged to explore new things by her family and by herself. Since school, she mentioned that her favourite memory is when she was allowed by her parents to skip school days after her examination, to attend creative workshops that benefited her till now.
The employment market is changing everyday as digitalization sweeps Malaysia. Companies are adopting digital ecosystems, running digital offices and even working remotely. Digital transformation has led to new roles or upgraded roles, driven by technological advances.
It's 2022, employees are now reconfiguring their careers and lifestyle; to search for better opportunities, higher pay or a better work-life balance. Why are so many employees choosing to quit? What do they value? And where are they even going?
The way we work and the way we think about work has changed tremendously in the last two years. People have lost their jobs, left their jobs, shifted their careers, worked from home and even worked from another country. Honestly, it’s a freelancer's world and we're just living in it.