Employers face skill and talent shortage challenge

Wright: ‘Our candidate survey also reveals 39 of candidates in Singapore are already job hunting with 23 planning to change jobs in the next six months and 26 from between six and 12 months.’

SKILL and talent shortage will be one of the biggest challenges for Malaysian employers this year.

According to recruitment experts Hays, businesses in Malaysia are concerned that the continuing skill shortage will severely impact their operations this year,

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