Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Randstad Malaysia Market Outlook 2017
By: Ryan Carroll, Country Director, Randstad Malaysia
Public infrastructure driving Malaysian CPE industry forward
Construction, property and engineering continue to show strong growth in a slow global economic environment with major ...
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
what influences job satisfaction & retention
The 2013/14 Randstad World of Work research found there are differences in job satisfaction among the generations and in different countries. Overall, Baby Boomers are happiest in their jobs, perhaps because they are more likely to have the ...
Thursday, 10 July 2014
Malaysia’s ICT salaries don’t stack up globally
Leaders in the infocomm and technology (ICT) sector may need to focus on their local compensation structures if they wish to avoid their employees from leaving.
According to the ICT Job Market Outlook 2014, conducted by National ICT Association ...
Friday, 20 June 2014
Rising technology killing Malaysian jobs
More than two-thirds (69%) of employees in Malaysia believe they have the perfect job; however close to half (42%) expect their roles to be obliterated in the next few years due to rising technology, according to the Q2 Randstad Workmonitor survey ...
Wednesday, 11 June 2014
To curtail medical absenteeism which is causing employers to lose billions of ringgit a year, various authorities and the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) will be studying the idea of setting up a Central ...
Saturday, 20 July 2013
Experience more important than education
Experience is more important than education for younger people (aged 25 and below) to secure a job according to three-quarters (76%) of people in Malaysia.
This finding was released in the Randstad Workmonitor Report for Q2 2013 ...
Friday, 29 March 2013
Female Business Leaders still Minority in the Workplace
Nine in 10 (91%) Malaysian employees believe that there should be a gender balance in workplace leadership teams, yet only half (51%) say their companies have managed to achieve this goal.
These were some of the findings in the latest ...
Saturday, 15 December 2012
Pay rises on the cards for Malaysian employees in 2013
Almost every (94%) Malaysian employee expects to receive a pay rise in 2013, according to the Randstad’s latest Workmonitor Report for Q4 2012 released today.
This figure is among the highest from a global survey of 14,780 ...