IBM is one of the three winners of the inaugural Life at Work Award. Business Circle looks at the winning policies of IBM that makes it such an attractive company for women.
At just 32, Iko In has realised a childhood dream of being named among the Ten Outstanding Young Malaysians (TOYM).
In this episode of Business Circle we met Dato’ Sri Nazir Razak of CIMB Group for an insight on the developing landscape of businesses particularly in the banking sectors and what it takes to achieve growth.
Business Circle looks at one of the winners of the inaugural Life at Work Award, Nestle (Malaysia) Berhad, on how it has managed to retain many of its women employees.
Recognising the importance of retaining women in the workforce, the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development in partnership with Talent Corporation Malaysia have introduced the Life at Work Award. The award is given to the top three employers that promote diversity in their companies and help their female employees achieve work-life balance and success at work.
Wealthy Malaysians are increasingly wary about investing their gains in local companies, say private bankers. “They are taking money out of local markets and investing in Europe and the UK,” says Johnny Heng, head of active advisory for Asia at Coutts, the private bank.