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Human Resource Development Fund has spawned a centre to act as a one-stop centre for Malaysian retrenched workers.

The centre is primarily meant to assist retrenched workers by up-skilling or reskilling them with the required competencies to enhance their employability and assisting them to secure employment either within the same or different industries besides to reduce the burden of retrenched workers in terms of providing them with advisory support on career counselling and planning, platform on job applications and matching as well as to prepare them for the next career.

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Our organization offer a variety of counselling services including career advice, career counselling, career coaching, resume writing, selection criteria, interview coaching, outplacement services, assessments, and career development.

Our team of counsellors are experts in their field and have a wealth of experience across a variety of industries. They have extensive knowledge of a wide range of occupations, industries and courses and will give you professional, independent advice on your career, course and employment options. They have a strong commitment to client satisfaction and will ensure you receive the best tools available to move forward in your career. Career counselling can help you to identify a career direction or educational program that matches your interests, abilities, work values and preferences. We can also help you research occupations, use labour market information, set career goals and make informed career and life decisions.

Latest News by PSMB
30 October 2017
5 Giant Supermarket Outlets To Close Down In M'sia, No Decision Yet On Fate Of Affected Staff
Rumours have been circulating on social media since earlier this about several Giant supermarket outlets that are expected to close down by early November. Yesterday, Giant brand owner GCH Retail (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd issued a statement confirming the closures and said it will cease operations of the following Giant stores upon expiration of their respective leases: • Giant Sri Manjung (Perak) • Giant Sungai Petani (Kedah) • Giant Shah Alam City Centre (Selangor) • Giant Selayang Lama (Selangor) • Giant Sibu (Sarawak) The statement explained that the move to close down the stores was made after it reviewed its operations and the decision taken was to “relook our operations to increase effectiveness and productivity”, the company was quoted in a The Malaysian Insight (TMI) report.
27 October 2017
Five Giant Outlets To Shut Down By 5 November
The closures were confirmed by GCH Retail (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd yesterday, 26 October. The group is the operator and owner of Giant. GCH said that these outlets have reached the end of its lease term at these premises. "The group said it has reviewed its operations and the decision was made to improve efficiencies and productivity," The Sun Daily reported.
11 October 2017
Employers prefer experienced workers than fresh graduates - JobsMalaysia
GEORGE TOWN: Employers' preference for experienced workers has made it harder for fresh graduates to get jobs. JobsMalaysia director Mustafa Kamal Bawaihi said employers usually prioritised experience rather than academic qualification or talent when employing workers. “That means, they will ignore fresh graduates without experience. “So the many fresh graduates, which make up for the majority of the 3.4 per cent unemployment rate, with excellent academic qualification and talent are not picked because they lack experience. Not because they lack the capability,” he said after opening the Malaysian Youth Career Development Club seminar in Bayan Lepas here today.
10 October 2017
Human Resources duly responded to queries from retrenched Malaysia Airlines staff
KUALA LUMPUR: The Human Resources Ministry said it is not required by law to explain the delay in taking up the cases of 3,600 retrenched Malaysia Airlines staff to the Industrial Court. Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot Jaem nonetheless said that the ministry, through the Industrial Relations Department, had sent out letters to the affected workers explaining the situation. The letters, he said, had to date been sent to some 1,500 of the 3,600 laid-off unionised MAS staff. "That to me is sufficient as a response…we're not required by law to give an explanation," he told reporters after opening the ASEAN Productivity-Linked Wage Conference here today.
09 October 2017
Aimless after being retrenched - Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: In 2016, almost 40,000 Malaysian employees were retrenched from their jobs, according to data reported to the Labour Department. As of June this year, 17,798 workers have been retrenched. These numbers, however, are just the tip of the iceberg. It is believed that the actual number of Malaysians who lost their jobs during this period is significantly higher, as many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and micro-enterprises are not aware of the requirement to report lay-offs and retrenchments to the Labour Department.
08 October 2017
Aeon: We're not closing down Quill City Mall outlet - The Sun Daily
PETALING JAYA: Aeon Co (M) Bhd has refuted market talk of an impending closure of its outlet at Quill City Mall in Kuala Lumpur, which has underperformed its peers in the challenging market environment. In an email reply to SunBiz, Aeon said it is in the midst of refurbishing and upgrading its existing malls and stores while expanding its customer experience throughout the country by setting up new malls, with the latest being the one in Bandar Dato’ Onn, Johor Baru. “For the moment, we do not have any plans to close down any of our operations including Quill City. We believe in the importance of growing our brand irrespective of the uncertain economic situation as we are committed in offering continuous customer experience,” Aeon noted.

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