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Malaysian Department of Labor announced that over 140,000 jobs have been matched on its jobs portal JobsMalaysia from January to November this year.
Let’s take a look back on some of the biggest news in the region that have made 2019 one of the most defining years in the employment world.
Malaysia workers can expect less jobs in the new year as companies look to cut down on operation costs with more vacancies going to low-level jobs.
Stiffer competition has prompted Maybank Kim Eng to lay off 5% of their workforce in Singapore as part of their latest restructuring exercise.
Delegates at our CHRO Series 2019 in Malaysia were given exclusive insights and first-hand tips from companies going through digital transformations.
The country's entrepreneurial ecosystem is growing fast helped by an injection of venture capital and the success of its neighbours.
Once a dream job, the role of captain or first officer of the skies is now far more automated and routine, says AirAsia HR chief.
HRM Asia's celebrated CHRO Series of interactive workshops for highly strategic workforce leaders will take place in Malaysia for the first time in 2019.
The Malaysians @ Work programme targets graduates, women and apprentices with incentives for workers and companies to help create 350,000 jobs.
A Malaysian recruitment agency is launching a new ethical hiring model that it hopes others in the industry will follow.
The two Asian countries will cooperate in technical and vocational education training to prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Malaysia tells its workers that they should not expect benefits such as flexible work arrangements and childcare leave.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says retiring at 60 is good enough and will avoid ‘’deadwood’’ in the workplace.
Petronas is voted most attractive employer in Malaysia, while Singapore Airlines picks up honour for Singapore.
Malaysian industries need to step up and take on the fourth Industrial Revolution, according to the International Data Corporation.
A rise in ‘’dishonest acts’’ by Malaysian bosses has prompted a trade union group to wade in to help protect workers
A foreign worker has won a landmark court case over almost five years of unpaid wages, as the government pledges to get tough on forced labour.
A new paternity leave scheme offers new fathers three days leave, but employers are urging the government not to leave them with the bill.
Foodpanda, the on-demand international food delivery service, has recently implemented new employee benefits for 2019.
Budgets, competencies, and indifferent stakeholders are holding organisations back from truly upskilling and engaging staff, George Aveling warns.
Whether it’s for a short or long-stay, Ariva Trillion Residences offers the perfect accommodation choice in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The centre will house Grab’s core business strategy and operational functions, including legal, customer experience, financial services and creative services.
Labour force growth and employment growth has been outpacing unemployment growth since March 2017, according to a new report.
Maybank employees in Malaysia will see a 10% pay raise, following the bank signing onto a Collective Agreement with its in-house unions.
Half of those laid off were from the greater Kuala Lumpur area of Klang Valley, according to the country's HR minister.
Malaysian youths are facing school-to-work transition problems, while academic institutions are not sufficiently preparing graduates.
The projected overall salary increase is close to this year's growth rate.
The HR Development Awards, held over November 27-28, recognise outstanding Malaysian employers for their investment in human capital.
Industrialisation efforts will create jobs in Sabah, Malaysia, as government looks to attract industry players to set up factories and plants.