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Employers must change and learn to work with Gen Y for growth and sustainability

The Edge Malaysia Working Gen Y by Jacqueline Toyad of theedgemalaysia.com on Thursday, 25 August 2011 07:20 The one thing many employers agree on is that Gen Y graduates are “not workplace ready”. But human resource experts are saying that it is partly up to companies to break in new employees into the world of work. Now, I’m [&hellip

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Recruitment of local graduates are a nightmare

The Edge Malaysia Local graduates fall short of employers’ expectations by Bernama on Sunday, 04 March 2012 09:41 KUALA LUMPUR (March 4): Graduates emerging from the Malaysian education system are failing to meet the expectations of prospective employers due to a lack of critical thinking skills and poor communication. This has resulted in employers having to provide additional [&hellip

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Is Malaysia national debt really fair and under control?

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Late in audited financial statement will triggers investigations

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Excessive public holiday does affecting businesses’ productivity

Are workers getting too many holidays? Question Time By P. GUNASEGARAM Instead of griping about days off, employers should focus on improving productivity – and benefits. ASK any person who employs other people and they will say their workers get too many days off and public holidays. Ask the workers and their answers will be [&hellip