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Most Malaysian Professionals Hopeful Of Bonus, Pay Hike

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UALA LUMPUR: Despite talks of a weak economic recovery and a gloomy outlook ahead, Malaysian professionals showed the highest expectations for both year-end bonus and salary increment. The latest global Randstad Workmonitor report showed that 77% of Malaysian professionals expected a bonus and 74% of them anticipated a pay hike which were far above the…

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Hike In S’pore Wages Could Draw More M’sian Professionals

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JOHOR BARU: Singapore’s decision to increase wages for professionals by at least RM900 from next year could entice more Malaysian professionals to seek work there. Several local professionals, contacted by The Star, said they were considering the move because of the higher pay and drop in the value of the ringgit. Accountant Amir Abdullah, 30,…

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ech Giant’s New Strategic Manufacturing Plant To Provide Hundreds Of Skilled Jobs

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PETALING JAYA: Hewlett Packard’s (HP) hi-tech manufacturing facility in Penang will provide over 900 highly-skilled jobs for Malaysians by the year 2020, says Second Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan. The RM780mil investment by HP for the facility showed the company’s “strong vote of confidence” in the country as a…

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RM6bil MRT Jobs Awaits

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SERI KEMBANGAN: All the six remaining viaduct packages for the upcoming Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) mass rapid transit (MRT) line, valued at RM6bil, will be awarded by the first quarter of 2017. Mass Rapid Transit Corp Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) is expected to call for tenders for these packages by the third quarter of this year.…

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Survey Shows Young Malaysians Prefer Security Over Flexibility

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KUALA LUMPUR: As millenials worldwide seek out jobs that offer them flexible working hours, a study has ironically found that young Malaysians prefer the traditional 9-to-5 job. The study by recruitment firm Randstad stated that a third of Malaysians aged 18 to 24 would rather be desk-bound than work out of the office via telecommuting.…

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Malaysia Records RM37.3b Approved Investments, Nearly 40,000 Jobs

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia recorded RM37.3bil of approved investments in the services, manufacturing and primary sectors in the first quarter and if fully implemented, will create 39,990 jobs. Minister of International Trade and Industry, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said on Friday the investments involved 1,271 projects but he expected this year to be another challenging year…

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Indonesian Government Planning To Lay Off 1 Million Civil Servants By 2019

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JAKARTA: The Indonesian government is planning to lay off a million civil servants in an effort to rationalise the manpower needed to run the country. The local press on Friday quoted the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform, Yuddy Chrisnandi as saying, that with the retrenchment exercise, the government aimed to have a total of…

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