Retaining talent despite shortage of accountants


Lim says to retain talent, her company provides a competitive salary and an increment scheme based on performance. — Photos: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

THERE is an acute shortage of accountants in Malaysia, said Kalyx Consultants.

Its managing director Shirlyn Lim said in an interview that there is a demand for at least 60,000 accountants in the country by 2020.

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