The portal is able to match jobseekers accurately to respective roles, based on their academic qualifications, experience and skills.
The Digital Boost programme is a free training programme that has helped 40,000 small businesses improve their digital skills.
A total of RM$84.2 million has also been channelled to 13,884 businesses in the form of grants and loans for subscriptions to digitalisation services.
The programme will commence in the first quarter of next year, and will support up to 30 training and job opportunities.
Companies with approval will have to fully implement their upgrade plans within three years from the BOI certificate issuance date.
Although wages levels have been increasing, workers are still making less than they used to as compared to before the pandemic hit.
The current salary increment rate ranges between 100% and 150%, while the cost of living has increased from 400% to 600%, said a senator.
Male workers are also receiving a higher average monthly wage as compared to their female counterparts.
Besides prioritising wage raises, the prime minister also said that he plans on a capital gains taxes discussion sometime in the future.
The most common reasons why SME bank loan applications get rejected are insufficient cash flow, an unviable business, and high levels of debt.
Foreigners who would qualify for this lower tax rate must work in fields in which Thailand faces a skills shortage, and could work anywhere in the country.
Some firms posted revenues that did not fall sufficiently enough to qualify, while others posted increased revenues over the period.
Businesses are looking at cash flow continuity and survival, especially in industries hit hard by the pandemic, said the SME Association of Malaysia.
A new project will help generate new jobs, maintain employment for about 400,000 workers and subsidise the income of over four million workers.
Labour groups had previously called for a wage hike of 6 to 8%, while business groups urged for the minimum wage not to be increased by over 3%.
As of September 24, the support packages have benefited some 20 million Malaysians, and 2.4 million businesses.
The majority of businesses have had to resort to remote working as India went into a hard lockdown from March last year, shutting for three months.
Haruhiko Kuroda emphasised the need to create a virtuous cycle in which higher wages give households more purchasing power.
The employment rate of workers aged 55 to 64 has held steady at over 67%, despite the pandemic, says Singapore’s Manpower Minister.
Some 71% of Australians support companies being forced to repay JobKeeper funds if they did not need it, according to a recent opinion survey.
It will allow for full-time, part-time, freelance and pro-bono work arrangements, and might include retaining and re-skilling options for older workers.
From May to August, there was a loss of 175,000 casual jobs, which represented 72% of all the jobs lost across the labour market.
Training programmes should also be focused based on the skills needed in a particular area, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
The new support measures are aimed at helping struggling individuals and businesses stay afloat amid extended COVID-19 restrictions.
The Minister of Economic Affairs has thrown her support behind an increase in the minimum wage, ahead of a final decision on October 8.
In Jiangxi, parents will be entitled to marital leave for 15 days, in addition to the national holidays, while in Anhui, marital leave is being extended by three days.
The subsidies will be available to companies country-wide that experience or expect a 40% fall in revenue during the fortnight to October 11.
It called on lawmakers to pass proposed amendments to an act that would allow male employees seven days of paid pre-paternity leave.
The country was one out of seven other member countries with employment rates of women staying under 60%, according to the OECD.
The amount is less than the US$12 hike sought for by major worker unions, and has been opposed by the Garment Manufacturers Association of Cambodia.