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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.

Counselling Services

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
27 November 2017
Employers cannot retrench their workers at will - Malaysia Kini
LETTER | With the worldwide economic slowdown, several companies and organisations have no choice but to cut back and downsize their business. As such, retrenchment has become a major issue in the country. The impact of retrenchment for the employee especially those who have worked and served for many years can be disastrous as it not only impacts the individual worker but also their dependents and families. With the current economic landscape and high competition which come from both local and foreign workers in the country, it is also tougher for most to seek for new jobs.
13 November 2017
GST caused some companies to close shop, says minister
SOME companies have shut down because of the goods and services tax (GST), says Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani. Johari did not disclose details as the matter is still under investigation. "Some are respectable (companies), this is one of the reasons we cannot disclose. But many excuses were given some said they are old. Don't want to do business. Create new companies.
05 November 2017
Think like tech companies
WHAT do Alibaba’s Jack Ma, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Laurene Powell Jobs have in common? The three investors have bucked the trend by buying into the legacy newspaper and publishing business despite the bearish outlook of the sector, with some detractors arguing that print is dying or dead. Ma bought into South China Morning Post (SCMP), the 114-year-old English-language newspaper, in late 2015, raising eyebrows over why his China e-commerce giant was investing in a traditional print business, which others have shunned.
04 November 2017
Mental health support lacking at workplace - The Malaysian Insight
TOO few Malaysian employers are investing in workplace initiatives to support mental health, as the increasing number of psychiatric patients in recent years threatens national productivity and their quality of life. Head of Selayang Hospital’s Psychiatric Department Dr Toh Chin Lee said out of the more than 5,000 registered companies in Malaysia, including several multinational corporations (MNC), only a handful have taken a proactive approach in creating a workplace environment that helps promote positive mental health.
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.

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