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Infographic: How to assess if your staffer is management material

Cited from humanresourceonline In an annual Roffey Park survey, close to 1,400 managers across Singapore, Hong Kong and China were asked to rate their line leaders – and at least one in every four respondents said their leaders are ineffective at connecting...

HR dilemma: choosing between two star candidates

Cited from humanresourceonline There isn’t a better or worse dilemma for HR. You have two outstanding candidates, both with varying strengths and weaknesses, they have equally impressed you from CV to interview but in the end, there is just one...

Staff of 9 departments and agencies can apply for postal vosting

Cited from humanresourceonline The Election Commission (EC) has reported in Free Malaysia Today that employees of nine departments and agencies (who are eligible to vote but required to be on duty on polling day) can apply for postal voting, with applications to...

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M. Kulasegaran: Malaysia looks into changing foreign labour practices

Cited from humanresourceonline Human Resource Minister M. Kulasegaran yesterday (20 June) revealed the intention to reduce dependence on middlemen when it comes to managing foreign labourers. Such...

FMM: Current EIS model is neither balanced nor equitable

Cited from humanresourceonline The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) supports the government’s move to review the Employment Insurance System (EIS). FMM reinforces that employers are not against introduction of...

Only 4% of women leaders found female leadership quotas helpful

Cited from humanresourceonline When thinking of improving gender diversity in leadership roles, quotas usually come to mind. But do they work? According to the 2018 KPMG Global Female...