Monday, October 21, 2019

Strong Management a Pull Factor for Malaysians

More than two in five (44 per cent) Malaysia-based workers have ranked “strong management‟ as the most important EVP (employee value proposition) factor from...

Misplaced priorities reason Malaysia lagging in industrial leap

Daim: Education Ministry's misplaced priorities reason Malaysia lagging in industrial leap Malaysia is trailing other countries in the digitisation of industries due to the Education...

Six in 10 Expect Their Jobs to be Automated Within the...

  Eighty-seven (87) per cent feel equipped to deal with the new wave of digitalisation that will impact their jobs Close to nine in...

Tesco to cut 4,500 UK jobs

Tesco to cut 4,500 UK jobs as grocer streamlines Metro stores Tesco Plc plans to cut 4,500 jobs as the supermarket operator slims down hundreds...

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South Korea Efforts to Boost Employment Appears to be Working

For a long time now, South Korea has been suffering from employment issues. The country employment market is more often than not dominated by...

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HRDF Welcomes Government’s Efforts to Upskill Workforce

The Human Resources Development Fund has welcomed efforts by the Malaysian Government to up-skill the local labour workforce, as recently announced in Budget 2020....

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Human Resources Revamped Asia 2019

When: 15 - 17 October Where: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The world of work has changed dramatically in the past decade, shaped by factors that include technological...