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Workers rights should not be hindered by the gov’t

the 32 undersigned organisations, trade unions and groups are shocked that the Human Resources Minister Richard Riot had decided not to refer the claim of about 3,600 Malaysian Airlines (MAS) workers, claiming wrongful dismissal and reinstatement, to the industrial...

M’sia labour productivity growth unsatisfactory

KUALA LUMPUR: While Malaysia’s labour productivity growth of 3.5% for 2016 was an improvement compared with 3.4% in the previous year, the performance was considered unsatisfactory as the country is still lagging behind the productivity levels of countries, such...

MIA: Malaysia on track to become high-income nation

The Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) has welcomed the numerous programmes and incentives focused on the development of micro entrepreneurs, following the recent announcement of the Budget 2018. MIA said the government’s efforts would spur the country towards achieving the...

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44% of expats in Malaysia are happier since moving here

While Singapore has been consistently rated by expats as the best country in the world to live and work, Malaysia is rapidly rising up...

Almost all Malaysians think businesses should do social good

How important is CSR to your organisation? According to a new YouGov Omnibus research, 92% of Malaysians think businesses have a responsibility to do social good, suggesting...

Malaysia home to world’s first government staff-certified data scientists

Cited from humanresourceonline.net - New Straits Times has reported that the Malaysia’s Statistics Department has emerged as the world’s first government agency to have its staff certified data...