Monday, December 16, 2019

The gender wage gap in Malaysia is real

In Malaysia, female employees get paid less than their male counterparts. Last year, the average Malaysian male employee had a median salary of RM2,342...

Salaries in Malaysia to Increase by 5.3%

Salaries in Malaysia rose by 5.1% in 2019 and are expected to jump by 5.3% in 2020, according to the Malaysia 2019 Salary Increase...

Singapore takes top spot in Asia for Talent Retention

Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan surge in global talent ranking Singapore took the top spot among Asian countries in this year's "IMD World Talent Ranking",...

RHB Bank the Preferred Choice of Graduates

RHB Ranks Second Among Malaysian Employers in Banking and Financial Services RHB Banking Group (RHB) strengthened its position as one of Malaysia’s top employers of...

Government to List Critical Jobs

Ministry of Human Resources to Come Up with List of Critical Jobs The Human Resources Ministry is preparing a list of jobs categorised as critical....

Workers in Malaysia expected to see big drop in real salary...

Real salary increases in Singapore set to be lower in 2020, but still among the world’s highest • The average real salary increase in Singapore...

More lay-offs in Malaysian Private Sector

Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran said the government recorded more lay-offs in the private sector in the first nine months of 2019, compared with...

Attraction & retention suffer if sustainability practices lack authenticity

Going green can benefit staff attraction and retention, but organisations must demonstrate real commitment. According to recruiting experts Hays, if genuine talent attraction and...

150,000 new jobs created

THERE are almost 640,000 job opportunities available across the country with some 150,000 created this year, says Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran. He said...

SMBs in Malaysia drive demand for young and tech-savvy talent

Small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Malaysia are adopting digital technologies and hiring professionals with technology-related skills, according to data from LinkedIn, the world’s...

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Vietnam to Adopt New Employment Code to Meet New Standards

After much debate and consultation, Vietnam has adopted a new employment code in November 2019, which will come into full effect in January 2020....

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Slow Progress for Gender Diversity in the Boardroom

Deloitte Global’s latest Women in the Boardroom report highlights slow progress for gender diversity Deloitte Global’s sixth edition of Women in the Boardroom: A Global...

Diary

AiHR: Digital Planning Conference 2019

When: 20 November 2019 Where: Sheraton Saigon Hotel, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam AiHR is a conference that focuses on ANTICIPATING, EMBRACING and CAPITALISING on HR technologies...

HR Summit & Expo