Tuesday, May 18, 2021

MEF Urges Govt. to Delay Review of Minimum Wage

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The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has called on the government to delay the review of minimum wages which is due in February 2022. MEF...

Singaporean workers less confident than global peers

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Singaporean workers are optimistic that the ‘new normal’ will result in a positive working environment, although they are less confident than their global counterparts...

Malaysia’s Unemployment Rate hits 4.5%

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Uncertainty in Malaysia’s labour force situation in 2020 was profoundly caused by the health crisis and economic consequences, leading the unemployment rate to reach 4.5...

Malaysian Companies Plan to Mandate Covid-19 Vaccinations for All Employees

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Survey Reveals 70% of Malaysian Employers Consider Mandating Vaccinations for All Employees Employment Hero, a people, payroll and benefits solution for small to medium-sized businesses,...

Microsoft to Assist a Million Malaysians in Digital Skills

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Microsoft Corporation will invest US$1 billion in Malaysia over the next five years as part of a new partnership with government agencies and local...

Malaysia to vaccinate refugees and migrant workers in June

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Refugees and migrant workers will be included for vaccination in the third phase of Malaysia’s National Inoculation Programme. Science, Technology and Innovation minister, Khairy...

MBSB Bank Welcomes Farid Basir as its New Chief People Officer

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Seasoned HR leader, Farid Basir, 51, has scored another hat-trick by being appointed the Chief People Officer of MBSB Bank. Farid is not new...

Companies Look to Skills over Qualifications

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More Malaysian companies look to hire candidates with skills, over qualifications like education or experience: LinkedIn Future of Talent Report  Professional network, LinkedIn, has launched...

Malaysia to Look Into Rehiring Foreign Workers for Some Sectors

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The Malaysian government will look into rehiring foreign workers for some sectors in the country. Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan said this...

Malaysia’s Unemployment Rate Improves in February

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Malaysia’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.8% in February this year compared to 4.9% in January. The number of unemployed persons declined by 5,000 persons...