Long weekends vs productivity


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  • Sunday, 10 Jan 2016

MEF executive director Shamsuddin Bardan says Malaysian companies are seeing an attrition rate of between 12 and a phenomenal 75, based on its survey conducted between June 2010 and July 2011, on about 250 companies across the various sectors in the country.

Malaysians will have at least nine long weekends this year. While workers rejoice, employers worry if this will affect productivity, considering the bleak economic forecast for 2016.

THE year-end holiday season has ended worldwide. But in Malaysia, workers have something else to look forward to – there will be at least nine long weekend breaks this year.

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