A total of 23 companies participated in the final day of the Work Readiness Programme conducted by Laksamana College of Business (LCB) on Friday at the college’s premises, carrying out walk-in interviews with students for internships, as well as part-time and full-time employment. The programme aimed to equip students with confidence, interpersonal skills, a well-written CV and cover letters. Through the programme, LCB hoped to enhance students’ career prospects and develop a
First impressions during the initial meeting with future employers could be the determining factor especially when employers receive applications from several dozen jobseekers that possess the same skills and qualifications. This was shared by imagine People Journey Manager (Training and Development) Javon Leong during the Work Readiness Programme hosted by Laksamana College of Business (LCB) on Friday. Students were briefed on job readiness including how to ace interviews, C
Laksamana College of Business (LCB) kicked off the Work Readiness Programme yesterday with presentations and other activities at its lecture hall. A forum was held featuring LCB Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Principal Sivarajah Subramaniam, Golden Corporation Chief Operating Officer and business lecturer at the college Ang Swee Meng, and JobCentre Brunei Human Resources Head Qairawani binti Haji Yacob, which allowed the students to gain insights into the hiring process.