By SANDY CLARKE
The crème de la crème of Malaysia’s business community gathered to celebrate the third annual HR Excellence Awards ceremony by Human Resources, a publication of Lighthouse Independent Media.
By SALIKA SUKSUWAN
As a beneficiary of flexible work arrangements (FWA), I am absolutely sure that it’s a win-win arrangement, hence I've spent considerable amount of time and effort while on secondment at TalentCorp advocating FWA to HR and business leaders.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
The third installation of the Life at Work Awards saw Datuk Johan Idris, managing partner of KPMG in Malaysia, winning this year’s highly-coveted “CEO Champion” category. I had a rare opportunity to get his insights on his win.
Through the Life At Work Awards, TalentCorp encourages employers to share their workplace practices to promote work-life integration and to advance women in the workforce. Here are the winners and finalists in this year's edition.
For IBM, winner of the Best International Organisation category, diversity and inclusion is a way of life. IBMers leverage their diversity and differences for innovation, collaboration, and client success.
Maybank emerges as the winner of the Best Malaysian Organisation category for the second year running in the recently concluded Life at Work Awards 2015, as it continues to enhance its Work-Life policies year on year.
Through the Life At Work Awards, TalentCorp encourages employers to step forward and share their workplace practices to promote work-life integration and to advance women in the workforce. Here are some company highlights.
The appointment of Vimaleswari Ramasamy (fondly known as Vimi) in January 2015 as the first Malaysian female managing director at the “Centre of Excellence” for IHS Malaysia is a testament that diversity is top of mind at this MNC.