About 3,000 jobs will be created for Malaysians following the opening of a RM200 million high-end Global Business Services (GBS) complex by 2020, Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng announced.

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Boosting Malaysia’s charge in industrial revolution

Industry 4.0, a first of its kind training facility, has been launched to produce more workforce equipped with skills needed for the fourth industrial revolution.

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Company fined for unauthorised deductions from workers’ salaries

An employee outsourcing company was today fined RM32,400 by the magistrate’s court for failing to pay the minimum wage and making unauthorised deductions of foreign workers.

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Challenges posed by an ageing population

As the average working Malaysian struggles with the rising cost of living, stagnant wages and low savings or none, a pertinent question to ask is: how will they cope when they retire?

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80 per cent of accidents at Malaysian construction sites go unreported: NIOSH

The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has urged employers to report workplace incidents, even ‘near misses’, to the Department of Occupational and Safety Hazard (DOSH).

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