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Form KWSP 17A Khas2016 (remain Employee EPF Contribution at 11%)

Fill up form KWSP 17A Khas2016 if you do not wish to reduce the Employee EPF Contribution from 11% to 8%. You may submit the form to KWSP counter or post to any KWSP branches. Download the form from the below link… http://www.kwsp.gov.my/portal/documents/10180/153456/KWSP17A__Khas_2016___29012016.pdf         &nbsp

HR – Employee misconduct and disciplinary action

Employers can take action, including dismissals, against employees who have been errant or recalcitrant. However, any action taken must follow the proper disciplinary procedure. Progressive disciplinary action is a process whereby an employer takes disciplinary action against an employee in a progressive manner; that is, going from lesser to heavier intensity action. A lesser form [&hellip

Everything rise and fall on leadership!

Tuesday January 1, 2013 If organisations want growth leadership is a key factor Talking HR with Graeme Field HOW do you think most company leaders CEOs or boards would answer the question: “If you could have just one wish a major improvement for your company what would it be?” The obvious answers are top-line growth, [&hellip

Minimum wage for Malaysia.. likely going ahead

Saturday December 8, 2012 The effects of rising wages By CECILIA KOK cecilia_kok@thestar.com.my FACTORY workers Siti and Noraini are elated when they think about the wage boost they will be getting beginning next year. Attached to an electronics manufacturing plant in the Sungai Way Free Trade Zone in Petaling Jaya, both Siti and Noraini, who [&hellip

Know your Industrial Relations Department (IRD) and how it might affect you?

FMT LETTER: From Charles Hector, via e-mail In Malaysia, after workers claiming wrongful dismissals are lodged within 60 days at the Industrial Relations Department (IRD), conciliation meetings are held between the employers and workers in an attempt to reach an amicable settlement. And if all these fail, the cases are referred to the minister who [&hellip

Jobstreet: Hiring slowing down

20th November, 2012 KUALA LUMPUR: The hiring climate is expected to remain cautious in the fourth quarter of 2012 on concern of a slowdown in the country’s economy, says recruitment company, JobStreet.com. In its Job Outlook Report released yesterday, the recruitment company said hiring activities have remained cautious in the fourth quarter. A total of [&hellip

Can you depends on your EPF funds for retirement and what you need to do to achieve that?

Lee Wei Lian October 29, 2012 Malaysians can’t depend on EPF for retirement, says pension fund expert KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 29 – Malaysians are at risk of a lower standard of living during retirement if they rely solely on EPF said the chief executive of Private Pension Administrator Malaysia Datuk Steve Ong. Ong said that [&hellip

Malaysia human resource and brain drain issues are now more and more severe

Malaysia’s brain drain taking a toll on SMEs by Jonathan Wong, jonathanwong@theborneopost.com.  October 25, 2012, Thursday TALENT RETENTION ISSUE: Chook states that the brain drain issue is of serious concern and with collective effort can be resolved. KUCHING: With an ever-tight talent market, the issue of talent retention needs to be dealt with, as it [&hellip

What are the secrets to a business long term targets achievement?

Tuesday October 23, 2012 BY MAZWIIN NIK ANIS mazwin@thestar.com.my KUALA LUMPUR: Corporations aiming to be competitive must shift their focus from mere financial gains and take into consideration the welfare of their employees and the local community, said Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin. The Deputy Prime Minister said they must shed the perception that corporate social [&hellip

What caused human resource (hr) talent shortage and how to improve it?

The continuing war for talent Oct 23rd 2012, 15:04 by J.L.H.D | ATLANTA A surprising amount of what Shlomo Ben-Hur, a professor of leadership and organisational behaviour at IMD, writes could have come from the last century. In 1997, Steve Hankin, a McKinsey consultant, coined the term “the war for talent”, which promised fierce competition [&hellip