More than half of them also believe that their employers' existing training and re-skilling programmes are not adequate.
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Despite the optimism, there are still concerns among Malaysian workers that automation is putting their jobs at risk.
Despite the jobs saved, Malaysia's unemployment rate is expected to increase in the coming months due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employees said they will only be comfortable going back to their offices if a treatment or vaccine is found, according to a survey.
10 million small businesses across Asia-Pacific will participate in Visa’s global programme designed to meet demand for cashless payments.
Businesses in South-east Asia, Australia and Newland are prioritising improving ICT and security resilience for business continuity plans.
Their top reason for doing so is that being an entrepreneur would give them more opportunities, according to a Randstad survey.
A new KPMG survey indicates that 69% of workers in Malaysia want to continue working from home post MCO.
Under the recovery phase, the majority of business activities and economic sectors will reopen in phases, with SOPs to be adhered to.
As of May 17, more than 65% of Malaysia’s workforce have returned to work, according to Malaysia’s finance minister.
A JobStreet survey also revealed that 35% have suffered a pay cut of more than 30% during the ‘Movement Control Order’ period.
Employers in Malaysia will be given a three-month grace period to make arrangements before enforcement starts on September 1.
The Samsung-backed HR Tech startup now serves over 8,000 clients across Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia, and plans to continue its expansion into the Asia-Pacific region.
The programme will help support more Malaysian businesses and protect jobs that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Malaysia Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has asked employers to allow flexible work arrangements and staggered hours for their employees.
Introduced on April 1, the Wage Subsidy Scheme is an extension of Malaysia’s employment retention programme announced in the Economic Stimulus Package 2020 on March 16.
Employees who are infected with COVID-19 due to direct exposure to the disease from their nature of work can now claim for compensation.
The stimulus package will help cushion the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak for workers, businesses and the health industry.
From March 18 to March 31, travel to and from Malaysia will be prohibited, while all non-essential businesses and services will be shuttered.
The Malaysian government has reduced the minimum employee contribution rate for the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) from 11% to 7%.
Organisations in Malaysia were awarded and recognised for their excellence in HR practices at the MIHRM Malaysia-International HR Awards.
Amidst the economic slowdown and uncertainties, employers in Asia are planning modest salary increases for their employees.
Economic and job market uncertainties have not deterred Malaysian workers from looking for new jobs, according to the latest Hays Asia Salary Guide report.
Asia has the highest level of employee engagement globally as three of its countries took up top three spots in the Employee Engagement Score.
Singapore is the sole Asian nation in the top 10 of the 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) launched by INSEAD.
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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.