Tag: human resources
Its secretary, Andrew Lo, says human resources development is key to Sarawak's progress.
Here are 10 companies with vacancies just waiting to be filled.
Self-employed workers should also receive protection in the event of an accident, says minister.
Although the HR Minister disputes this figure, employees should up their game and find ways to become more relevant in regard to their job skills.
The human resources minister says 98% of employers have complied with the directive which came into force earlier this year.
Sabah labour matters are different from those in the peninsula, says the Sabah Progressive Party president.
The fund says the former diplomat is a proven leader and her appointment will be invaluable for the institution.
M Kulasegaran says he is not in charge of the fund's day-to-day operations.
Tenaganita says Malaysians cannot keep quiet any longer and let foreign workers continue to suffer.
As long as there are no real policy changes in minimum wages and the entry of foreign workers into the country, locals will continue to look overseas to earn a decent living.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says the hiring of foreign workers will soon be handled by an agency under the human resources ministry.
Higher salaries and wages are better catalysts in ensuring improved household savings and financial resilience, consequently enabling sufficient contributions for retirement.
The human resources minister says there are more than 700,000 skilled Malaysians working abroad in various fields.
Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran asks why the revamp cost RM24.5 million and was not completed by 2016 as scheduled.
It says the licence is in line with the recent launch of the job matching and placement service to match Malaysian employers with foreign workers.
Restaurant associations say the government should encourage more locals to work at restaurants, including through training programmes.
Socialist party says the government should immediately standardise wages based on the figure it promised.
It explains role in recruitment of foreign workers and denies links with former home minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
M Kulasegaran says the HRDF members are unhappy with the current auditors as their credibility is reportedly in question.
RA Thiagaraja says attacks on him are aimed at tarnishing his reputation and he will take legal action.
While reform is badly needed, the system that is broken must be repaired through a process of evolution and not via revolution.
By right, anyone opting to pursue a career in the civil service should already be competent in both Bahasa Malaysia and English.
It is time for the HRDF to pull up its socks and take seriously its duty to monitor the quality of trainers in the country.
Manpower minister M Kulasegaran says 50% of companies registered under human resources fund have not paid.
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