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There is increasing pressure on governments in Asia to upgrade infrastructure, develop resources, and attract the talent required to support the rising demand for quality healthcare. How is this impacting healthcare providers in Malaysia?
Like most major markets in Southeast Asia, Malaysia faces challenges with finding the best talent and the cost of hiring them. What steps can HR take to improve return on people investment and drive business performance?
Whatever the circumstances of a leader’s sudden departure, the outcome is the same: Companies are left to deal with an abrupt change, forcing the board of directors back to the drawing block. How prepared are you to handle the situation?
Malaysia is an employee’s market. Yet, while companies are falling over each other to recruit talent at higher costs, the talent is not delivering results. So why are employers afraid of losing them?
The rise in tourism to Malaysia has led to an increase in hospitality sector jobs, fuelling the already-high attrition levels. How can employers in the Malaysian hospitality industry overcome their talent challenges?
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