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Is where work is done important anymore and can bosses afford to be rigid today? Explore more when you join us for HR 5.0 | Elevating Human Capital Investments Save the date: Thu, 27 Oct 2022 4pm - 5pm RSVP here: TopInTech KiniEvents

Businesses today are leveraging technology now more than ever and the Human Resource (HR) department plays a significant role in boosting the organisation's effectiveness, value and competitive advantage against a backdrop of talent shortage and demands for flexible work arrangements by highly skilled knowledge workers. Additionally, investments in human capital such as knowledge, skills, competencies and capabilities are ever more fundamental in meeting the demands of today’s workforce. Brought to you by Human Resource Development Corporation (HRD Corp), HR 5.0 | Elevating Human Capital Investments addresses the role of HR in driving the agility of the organisation and HR5.0 technological solutions in elevating human capital investments. Discussion Angles: - What are HR5.0 technological solutions? - The deployment of HR Tech in Malaysia. - The role of HR in driving the agility of the organisation. - Is where work is done important anymore? Can bosses afford to be rigid today? Panelists: -Datuk Shahul Dawood, CE, Human Resource Development Corporation (HRD Corp) -Derek Derek Toh, Founder & CEO, Hiredly

Send to Message preview Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom webinar.A PUTRAJAYA (Oct 5): Interview sessions for the recruitment of foreign workers by the Human Resource Ministry (KSM) can be held at the Department of Labour (JTK) in each State and not just in Putrajaya, said Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri M Saravanan.05-10- 2022 09:30 AM Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Stadium Preview - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - September 29, 2022 General view inside the stadium ahead of the World Cup - REUTERSPIX DENMARK’S players will travel to the 2022 World Cup without their families, local media reported on Tuesday, as the Danish FA (DBU) wants to minimise activity in Qatar as a protest against the country’s human rights record.Manchester City's Erling Braut Haaland celebrates scoring their first goal - REUTERSPIX MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM : Erling Haaland only needed 45 minutes to add two more goals to a remarkable start to his Manchester City career as the English giants thrashed FC Copenhagen 5-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday.

When: Oct 27, 2022 04:00 PM Kuala Lumpur Topic: HR 5.0 | Elevating Human Capital Investments Register in advance for this webinar: https://zoom."I just saw that there is a request, for example they want to keep the interview decentralised.us/webinar/register/WN_HXDdvKFgQFe64Lws9kzsdA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.“In previous (World Cup finals), the players’ wives and girlfriends have travelled with the board, but as I said, we have cancelled those trips for (these finals).---------- Webinar Speakers Datuk Shahul Dawood (Chief Executive @Human Resource Development Corporation (HRD Corp)) Datuk Shahul Dawood was appointed as the Chief Executive (CE) of HRD Corp on 15 April 2020.Ngeh had expressed the difficulties that employers have to physically go to Putrajaya for the interview process, including updating minor details such as home address and phone number.As the CE of HRD Corp, he was responsible for leading the organisation’s transformation agenda.I was like, ‘how?’ He’s just always there.

This was marked by HRDF’s successful rebranding to HRD Corp in December 2021 and the biggest expansion of the Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Act 2001 to date, which now covers employers in 18 sectors and 238 subsectors.In the briefing that lasted almost two and a half hours, suggestions were also made regarding interviews that could be held virtually for the purpose of saving time and reducing costs.2021 concluded 6,500 South Asian migrants had died in Qatar since 2010 and the International Labour Organisation has said Qatar is not adequately reporting worker deaths.Under his leadership, HRD Corp also introduced a number of new stakeholder-friendly policies that are geared towards strengthening the organisation’s speed, agility and transparency.As someone passionate about digitalisation in the training landscape, he also took HRD Corp through its digital and human capital transformation.Meanwhile, he said the hiring of foreign workers should be done carefully so that there is no dumping of foreign workers in the country as happened in 2009 to the extent that there were Bangladeshis sleeping on the roadside in the capital.Derek Toh (Founder & CEO @Hiredly) Derek Toh is the Founder & CEO of Hiredly, an online job portal that utilises the O2O (online to offline) concept to connect job seekers to the right job at the right company.Sportswear company Hummel said last week that the kit Denmark will wear at the World Cup was designed as a protest against Qatar’s human rights record.Derek is also currently the host of Hello Mentor podcast where he helps his audience learn from the top achievers in Malaysia.Let's not be too fooled by the industry's request to approve foreign workers at will while locals are out of work," he said.But for Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara, City could easily have surpassed the six goals they smashed past Manchester United on Sunday.

His guests have included Datin Dian Lee, Zee Avi, Julian Yee and Bella Kuan.Prior to that, Derek was an accountant, and later became an Associate Director at Robert Walters, where he was recognised as a Global Top Performer.24 million and that figure will increase to 2.Each of them may only attend one Denmark match, while no more than two board members may be present at each of their games.He was also a speaker at a debate moderated by BBC World News and has been interviewed on major media platforms including Astro, The Edge, Focus Malaysia, and BFM.MODERATOR: Karamjit Singh (Chief Executive Officer @Digital News Asia) Karamjit founded Digital News Asia with a vision that media should play its role as the Fourth Estate and on the belief that timely, insightful and analytical coverage can help the tech ecosystem in South-East Asia, especially Malaysia, grow and develop.Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily.He has picked up a few awards, starting with the Malaysian Press Institute award for Best Telecommunications Writer (English category) in 2002, the DiGi Telecommunications Journalist of the Year (Magazine Category) 2004, to the most recent one in 2009 from the Malaysian Customer Relationship Management and Contact Centre Association as Journalist of the Year in recognition of his informative and critical coverage of the outsourcing sector since 2000.- Reuters.But Haaland was predictably in the perfect place to pounce on the rebound when he parried Gomez's shot just after the half hour mark.

Over the course of his career, Karamjit has come to be regarded by industry and peers as one of the nation’s most respected journalists and pundits, and is frequently invited to speak or moderate at conferences and roundtables..

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Foreign worker recruitment interview can be held at State Labour DepartmentPUTRAJAYA (Oct 5): Interview sessions for the recruitment of foreign workers by the Human Resource Ministry (KSM) can be held at the Department of Labour (JTK) in each State and not just in Putrajaya, said Human Resource Minister Datuk Seri M Saravanan.Speaking to reporters after chairing KSM's Special Briefing to Bagan MP Lim Guan Eng and Beruas MP Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham regarding the hiring of foreign workers here on Wednesday, he said it was among the recommendations made Rakyat marah? Biarlah! 👹👹👹

Denmark will travel to Qatar without families in human rights protest: Report“We don’t want to contribute to creating profit for Qatar,“ DBU communications manager Jakob Hoyer told newspaper Ekstra Bladet. TheSun TheSunDaily news sports sportsnews FIFA WorldCup Qatar HumanRight

'Not human' Haaland at the double as Man City thrash CopenhagenMANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM: Erling Haaland only needed 45 minutes to add two more goals to a remarkable start to his Manchester City career as the Eng...

Soccer-Denmark will travel to Qatar without families in human rights protest - report(Reuters) - Denmark's players will travel to the 2022 World Cup without their families, local media reported on Tuesday, as the Danish FA (DBU) wants to minimise activity in Qatar as a protest against the country's human rights record.

War of words erupts in Parliament between HR Minister Saravanan and predecessorKUALA LUMPUR: A war of words erupted between Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan and Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran over the issue of foreign workers in critical sectors.

Influx of foreign workers won’t affect job opportunities of locals: SaravananHe said he would ensure that all applications from the industries to bring in more foreign workers after this would be studied in depth. theSun thesundaily foreignworkers DewanRakyat HumanResourcesMinister