Saturday, May 28, 2022

SMEs May Look at New Ways to Cope With Wage Increase

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To cope with the increase in the minimum wage to RM1,500 from May, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) may explore new ways to deal...

Minimum Wage Not For Everyone, Some Given Flexibility

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It turns out that some sectors will enjoy flexibility once the implementation of the RM1,500 minimum wage starts on 1 May. According to Human...

Provide Foreign Workers with Housing First, Employers Told

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A Melaka government state official has advised companies in the state which want to hire foreign workers to provide them with housing. According to...

Malaysia Expects 10,000 Maids From Indonesia Next Month

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An estimated 10,000 maids are expected to arrive in Malaysia next month. Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan said Malaysia was also discussing...

Japanese Companies Still Find Malaysia Attractive, But Worker Shortage (Among Others)...

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Worker shortage is one of the biggest operational issues which Japanese companies are facing now, according to a bi-annual survey on Japanese companies in...

10 of Malaysia’s Best Workplaces According to LinkedIn

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Professional networking site LinkedIn has released a list that highlighted the top 15 companies to work for in Malaysia. Using its own data, LinkedIn...

Pandemic Empowers Malaysians to Improve Work-Life Balance, More Flexible

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In a recent workforce monitoring survey, nearly 9 of 10 respondents in Malaysia said that the COVID-19 pandemic has empowered them to improve their...

MTUC Calls to Enforce RM1,500 Minimum Wage For All Sectors

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The Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) has called on the government to enforce the RM1500 minimum wage across all sectors. MTUC secretary-general Kamarul Baharin...

88% of Working Malaysians Want to Improve Work-Life Balance: Survey

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According to a recent survey by Randstad, 88 per cent of respondents in Malaysia revealed that the pandemic has empowered them to improve their...

Indonesia-Malaysia MoU to Benchmark Workers’ Protection

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Indonesia will use its Memorandum of Understanding with Malaysia as a benchmark for the recruitment and protection of Indonesian domestic helpers with other destination...

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Remote Work Forcing Companies to Rethink Location-Based Pay

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The pandemic untethered millions of people from their big-city offices, allowing them to move to smaller communities where they could work from home. But...

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Employers in Singapore Expect to Recruit with Anticipated Increase in Business...

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Image by rawpixel.com Almost half of the employers in Singapore have plans to increase the number of full-time employees in 2022, according to the latest Hays Asia...

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9th Malaysian Shared Services and Outsourcing Week

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Venue:  Malaysia Date:    13-16 June 2022 The pandemic has proved the importance of Shared Services, and the demand for Shared Services is rising. Malaysia remains...

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