Top Glove launches recruitment drive for 9,000 employees


KUALA LUMPUR: Top Glove has announced a year-long recruitment drive, which will provide employment to over 9,000 Malaysians as it meets increased global demand for gloves and other personal protective equipment.

It said in a statement issued today that it will hold a virtual career fair every third Saturday of the month, with the inaugural fair taking place on Jan 23, 2021.

Top Glove's virtual career fairs are expected to fill positions across all levels from executive to non-executive roles in its offices and factories in various states in Malaysia.

In particular, it aims to provide employment to fresh university and vocational graduates and general workers in the country.

The group is hiring 4,000 positions for local workers, 2,300 positions for university and tech vocational fresh graduates, 2,000 interns and trainees and 700 experienced Malaysian employees.

“Top Glove is proud to be the employer of choice to 21,000 employees from diverse backgrounds.

"We recognise that our employees are fundamental to our success with their continuous dedication, contribution, and effort in shaping what the brand is today.

"Likewise, we provide all our employees with equal employment opportunity and career progression, based on their relevant merits, skills, and abilities," said Top Glove managing director Datuk Lee Kim Meow.

Top Glove's Virtual Fair will take place from 9am to 6pm on Jan 23, and every third Saturday of the month.

For more information, log on to https://tgvirtualcareerfair.com/#/.

Alternatively, for more information on the company, visit www.topglove.com.
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