Sunday, July 22, 2018

Brain Drain Concerns as More Hongkongers Seek New Lives in Canada

Fears over high cost of living and political changes in city among suggested motives for rise in emigration applications, while estimated 300,000 already have...

Expatriate packages in Singapore and Malaysia hit five-year low

The cost of expatriate packages in Singapore and Malaysia have fallen 6% and 13%, respectively, over the past five years, according to the latest...

Millennials’ confidence in business takes a sharp turn and unprepared for...

Deloitte finds millennials’ confidence in business takes a sharp turn; they feel unprepared for Industry 4.0 • Millennials and Gen Z show less loyalty to...

Malaysian PM Announces New Cabinet

Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced his new Cabinet this afternoon. Tun Dr Mahathir had earlier announced five cabinet ministers which included Lim Guan...

Malaysia’s workforce want to leverage demand for their skills to win...

Salary expectations amongst Malaysia’s employees are on the rise, yet most employers are planning to award only modest increases this year, according to recruiting...

Standard Chartered Malaysia’s Women Empowerment Programme Breaks New Ground

Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia recently held its women empowerment event as part of the Bank’s on-going effort to promote gender parity. Themed #PressforProgress, which...

Malaysia Bounces Back With 4-Point Increase in Employee Engagement

After a two-point drop last year, employee engagement in Malaysia rose by four points to 63%, according to a new report from Aon, a leading global...

Council of Elders assures investors of resolving problems pertaining to the...

Council of Elders assures investors of resolving problems pertaining to the Malaysian economy Former Finance Minister Tun Daim Zainuddin, who is now part of the...

Dr M expects to be sworn in as PM by 5pm...

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced at a press conference today that he expects to be sworn in as prime minister by the Yang Di...

Should You Wear Sneakers to Work?

The suit, tie and burnished leather shoes have long been the accepted uniform of Japan’s legions of hard-working salarymen. But office workers’ attire is...