Mahfuz Omar says victims could lodge complaints with the Human Resources Ministry.
There are many ways to test skills, and the skills assessment method you choose should depend on the role and the circumstances.
Ireland’s economy is considered the most vulnerable in the EU to a no-deal Brexit.
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The important thing is for the economy to grow and produce more more job opportunities.
Only Second Schedule of the Industrial Court Act which restricts wages to 24 months shall apply, says judge.
If done right, interviews should only comprise a small part of the candidate selection process.
Better pay can motivate Malaysian workers, says the finance minister.
Women are frequently asked about their family planning and are at risk of being axed or penalised if they become pregnant.
It’s up to the recruiter to decide whether a mistake is due to anxiety or a sign that the candidate is a bad match for the organisation.
Bukit Aman official says government approval sought for hiring more people for Special Action Unit and VAT 69 commandos.
Isolated cases should not be made an issue, says deputy human resources minister.
Ditching buzzwords, staying real and dropping the use of cliches can go a long way in painting the right picture of a job and attracting the right candidates.
Officials said to have agreed on safer, easier and less costly process for Nepali workers to apply for work in Malaysia.
Government agency Ilmia says employers have been finding it increasingly difficult to fill positions in the manufacturing and services sector.
The Malaysian Commercial Banks Association says this is a necessary direction if banks wish to remain relevant.
Long-term research supports the theory that being good looking correlates with a higher earning level.
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MEF's Shamsuddin Bardan claims Malaysian companies generally can't afford them.
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Years of waiting without basic rights is causing mental health issues and leaving many turning to underground work, where they risk abuse.
The 24-year-old Sabahan says he used to be embarrassed but at the end of the day, he is earning a living.
Lifestyle fashion company apologises after photos of the notice outside its Klang shop are shared online.