More Malaysians Want to Remain in the Workforce Even After Retirement: Study

Recent survey conducted by University of Malaya’s Social Security Research Centre (SSRC) suggested that Malaysians opt to stay active in the workforce and seek employment beyond the retirement age of 60 years old. This finding represents the need to create...
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Singapore overtaken by Japan for most powerful passport in the world

Cited from humanresourceonline Singapore now ties with Germany for the second-most powerful passport according to the latest Henley Passport Index. Countries that Singaporeans can visit without a visa include Morocco, Sweden, Mexico and Fiji to name a few. Malaysia does not fall...
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20 most attractive employers in Malaysia

Cited from humanresourceonline Malaysia’s most attractive employers include AirAsia, Infineon Technologies, Nestle, and Sime Darby, Randstad found. According to the  Randstad Employer Brand Research which surveyed more than 175,000 employers in 30 countries, these 20 companies were found to have the highest attractive scores...


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Malaysia’s Deputy Defence Minister on creating better paying jobs

  Cited from humanresourceonline Malaysia’s Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong has cited a need to restructure the economy to create better paying jobs, with the...
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How to get compensation right

  Cited from humanresourceonline Using information on pay practices for nearly 2,000 global companies, with about 40% representing Asia Pacific, here are five tips on your...
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Workers deserve lunch breaks to boost productivity

  Cited from humanresourceonline We’ve all been there – picking up a grab-and-go breakfast on our way to work or skipping breakfast entirely in exchange for...