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AS WITH most people, we do have a long wish list as far as Budget 2004 is concerned. Realistically though, we would have to balance our expectations against various considerations, says Tan Beng Ling, Surf88 CEO.
By Mazilan bin Musa, Senior Fellow Director, Institute of Islamic Understanding, Malaysia
Almost every worker clamours for higher salary without giving much thought to the need to increase productivity; a situation not helped by the current wage system that ensures fixed annual increment, as stipulated in a collective agreement. Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn and his deputy Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad think this attitude must change to ensure our very own survival. CHELSEA L.Y. NG writes.
B>T/B>HE 300 'high-powered' youths from 73 countries attending the inaugural Inter-national Conference of Muslim Young Leaders in Kuala Lumpur next month will also visit Putrajaya, Malacca and Penang.
MOST companies today are challenged by declining revenues, increasing costs, shrinking market share and depleting shareholder value. What does HR do in this situation asks Low Choy Huat of Accenture.
THE time is now right to invest in property as prices are relatively stable and likely to peak in the next few years, according to property researcher Ho Chin Soon.
For a shocking number of CEOs, getting to the top brings only emotional bleakness. Indeed, success has surprising psychological traps for almost all senior executives, writes HARA ESTROFF MARANO.
By JUNE CHAN
The Education Ministry will be setting up language resource centres in Malaysian embassies abroad, said Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad.
By OH TEIK THEAM