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BUSINESS administration, engineering and computing qualifications will continue to be sought after by companies hiring in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
PETALING JAYA: It has been over a week since a new law on worker accommodation came into force, but industries are asking for up to a one-year extension to meet the fresh requirements.
SKILLS mismatch has been a persistent issue in Malaysia where the expertise of jobseekers, particularly fresh graduates, do not match industry requirements.
PETALING JAYA: New stimulus packages are needed quickly if the nation’s economic recovery plan is to remain on track, say industry and business players.
PETALING JAYA: Employers are calling for the government to loosen the terms and allow hiring of all foreign workers under the redeployment initiative but workers’ unions are against it, saying that jobless locals should be given priority.
FROM the Industrial Relations Act to problems at the workplace brought about by Covid-19, the country’s two main bodies representing bosses and workers have a history of being at loggerheads. But for once, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) and Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) are seeing eye to eye, united by their vehement opposition to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
A clear long-term direction is needed to solve the issue of the country over-relying on foreigners to do certain jobs
PETALING JAYA: Bosses have slammed the government’s move to restrict foreign labour to the construction, agriculture and plantation sectors in the future, saying this will further devastate other industries trying to recover from the movement control order.
Restricting foreign workers to only three sectors will devastate other industries, says Employers Federation
PETALING JAYA: Restricting foreign workers to only the construction, agriculture and plantation sectors would further devastate other industries trying to recover from the movement control order (MCO), says the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).