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Areas of development for Malaysia’s digital leaders

Cited from humanresourceonline Malaysia’s economy is growing steadily and the government’s ‘National Transformation 2050’ plan is actively promoting the country’s digital transformation. However, a new report suggests that to drive digital transformation initiatives, organisations need to look at developing digital...

Employers reminded that Agong’s birthday is a paid public holiday

The Government has reminded employers that they must regard Sept 9, the official birthday of Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Muhamad V as a paid public holiday for their workers. Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot Jaem (pic) said the provision was...

Study found 18,336 Malaysians suffering from depression

Cited from humanresourceonline According to Bernama, health deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya has said that a health ministry study conducted last year has found 18,336 Malaysians suffering from various stages of depression. He added that these findings were obtained...

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Market rates: 2018 salaries by industry

Cited from humanresourceonline Hong Kong employment can expect a positive outlook in 2018 according to auditing firm KPMG’s 2018 Hong Kong recruitment and salary outlook report. The survey findings...

Singapore’s fastest growing green jobs

Cited from humanresourceonline In line with Earth Day (22 April), Indeed identified the five fastest growing “green jobs” in Singapore. According to data from Indeed, the “green job”...

Aricent to hire more than 250 engineers for new centre in Penang

Cited from humanresourceonline Aricent, a global design and engineering company, yesterday announced the opening of a new engineering centre in Penang, Malaysia. According to the release, the...