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Malaysia “well on track” to having 35% skilled labour by 2020

Upskilling programmes like the 1MalaysiaGRIP, which successfully trained 24,000 workers in 2016, will continue to help Malaysia develop more high-quality human capital, said HR Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot Jaem.

HRM Asia - 23 Jan 2017

The general secretary of the second largest labour union also said that “union wants to see fairness at the Ministry of Manpower" with regards to the lack of "due process" taken by the company. 

HRM Asia - 23 Jan 2017

The new properties solidify Ascott’s presence in Changsha, Shenzhen, Tianjin and Wuhan, while venturing into two more cities – Handan and Xuzhou.

 

HRM Asia - 20 Jan 2017

As more people stay longer in the workforce, the characteristics of effective learning and development interventions are changing, said Raghu Ram, Asia Talent Lead for Shell Oil Company.

HRM Asia - 20 Jan 2017

HRM Asia highlights some of the latest promotions and job moves in the HR industry.

HRM Asia - 20 Jan 2017

Soft market conditions are causing business leaders and managers to approach 2017 with caution. 

HRM Asia - 20 Jan 2017

There will be an increase in demand for positions in talent management, leadership and development, and compensation and benefits this year.

HRM Asia - 19 Jan 2017

Singapore is Asia's most competitive talent hub for a second year in a row, according to the latest Global Talent Competitiveness Index.

HRM Asia - 19 Jan 2017

Here’s a clue: It’s all about the details.

HRM Asia - 18 Jan 2017

The Government hopes that the ruling will help to solve the shortage of migrant workers in the country. 

HRM Asia - 18 Jan 2017

The word "strange" does not even begin to describe half the things some of these job seekers do.

HRM Asia - 18 Jan 2017

Leaders from labour unions, associations and SME employers, articulated in a recommendation submitted to the Singapore Government ahead of Budget 2017, of the need for a comprehensive system to identify future jobs and required skillsets in the new economy. 

HRM Asia - 18 Jan 2017

The Singaporean government’s efforts to restrict foreign born non-resident professionals from the employment market shaped the flow of candidates significantly in 2016.

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