Tag: human resources
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.
Professional trainers take out their years of pent-up frustration with Human Resources Development Fund.
Secretary-general Harry Tan Huak Hock says problems of funding, quality and recognition faced by public vocational institutes need to be resolved.
Shamsuddin Bardan says the employment scenario will continue to be sluggish in 2018 with hiring centred on urgent or critical positions.
Three associations today signed an undertaking not to set any policy prohibiting employees from wearing headscarves.
Any termination of staff during their maternity leave will be investigated, says human resources deputy minister.
Its president Abdul Halim Mansor says it never agreed that payouts were only for workers who did not receive termination benefits.
Human Resources Minister Richard Riot says govt to table EIS Bill in Parliament on Oct 24, reducing monthly contribution from 0.5% to 0.2%.
HR trade journal says even doctors and lawyers are in oversupply in Malaysia, while human resources job skills are high in demand.
Bus companies say it costs RM5,000 to train and earn licences to become a heavy vehicle driver.
Pong Sul Ahn, regional specialist of the International Labour Organisation says rights of migrant workers and freedom of association must be protected.
Human Resources Minister Richard Riot says this shows commitment to adhere to international labour standards, especially in providing greater social and labour protection for workers.
Former prime minister stresses importance of adapting to technological and cultural shifts in the country's quest to become a high-income nation by 2020.
Human Resources Minister allocates RM10 million for PTPK loans in response to CM Adenan Satem's request.
Malaysian Employers Federation says it is already hard to attract foreign labour, especially with Indonesia also offering better pay.
Employers not being fair to local and foreign workers, focusing too much on profits, it claims.
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