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KLANG: Depression will be the No. 1 disability in the world by 2030 and is expected to adversely affect workplace productivity.
Malaysia’s dream of becoming a high-income nation by 2020 could crumble if we don’t produce more science graduates in the next four years.
Malaysian companies lack clear policies on dating between co-workers. Some experts urge companies to introduce guidelines on appropriate behaviour at work and require workers to declare romantic relationships to promote transparency.
Part time positions are common in this new economy as organisations contract with independent workers for short-term engagements.
The practice of working from home triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic looks set to continue beyond the health crisis with the government proposing to amend the law to support it. What do employers and workers think?THE movement control order to stop the spread of Covid-19 has triggered an important side effect: the growth of work from home (WFH) culture in Malaysia today.
AN important trait that any employee should have is a growth mindset, shares TalentCorp head of graduate and emerging talent Nazrul Aziz.
Guntur, 39, is an Indonesian national who toils six days a week from 8am to 7pm at a saw mill factory in Kuala Selangor earning RM800 a month.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has generally tabled a positive budget, says the Malaysian Employers Federation.
Retail employees who believe they have been mistreated have a means of recourse says lawyer Ariffin Haron, who has handled cases on employment law.