Women rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 4)

Investing in the Workforce of the Future. What is the cost in implementing the HR framework to retain, attract and grow women talent? Panelists of the dialogue were Chief Executive Officer of TalentCorp, Johan Merican, Human Resources Director of GE Malaysia and Brunei, Sugunah Verumandy and Senior Executive Director and Markets Leader of PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia, … Read moreWomen rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 4)

Women rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 3)

Roles of corporations and leaders. There is a need for mindset change within the corporations and first it must begin from the top. Panelists of the dialogue were Chief Executive Officer of TalentCorp, Johan Merican, Human Resources Director of GE Malaysia and Brunei, Sugunah Verumandy and Senior Executive Director and Markets Leader of PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia, … Read moreWomen rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 3)

Gearing up for greater trade

Victoria’s Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE were among participants which contributed to the success of last year’s Annual Johor International Horse Show organised by Universiti Teknologi MARA. By Tim Dillon, Victorian Commissioner to Malaysia and South East Asia The trade relationship between Malaysia and Australia has historically been very strong. With the new Malaysia-Australia Free … Read moreGearing up for greater trade

Women rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 2)

Ambition, flexibility and accountability. Women must first have the ambition to climb the corporate ladders, and corporations need to have its HR framework in place to support these talents. Panelists of the dialogue were Chief Executive Officer of TalentCorp, Johan Merican, Human Resources Director of GE Malaysia and Brunei, Sugunah Verumandy and Senior Executive Director … Read moreWomen rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 2)

Women rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 1)

Retaining, attracting and assisting women to rise to a higher level. Malaysia has a low level of participation rate for women in the workforce with only 46% of women of working age are working, which is among the lowest in South East Asia. If we are not retaining or attracting them back to work, we … Read moreWomen rising to the top – What’s holding you back? (Part 1)