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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
28 December 2017
Finding work after redundancy in your 40s: tips for success
Feeling over-qualified and outdated? Getting back into the jobs market post-40 can be challenging after redundancy Some see redundancy as an opportunity for career reflection and possible change of direction. But often the reality is that getting back in the jobs market post-40 can be a challenge.
16 December 2017
Company finalising payment for workers - The Start Online
KUANTAN: Kinsteel Berhad is still in the midst of finalising the outstanding salary payment for its retrenched workers here. Its chief executive officer Datuk Henry Pheng Chin Guan said the company was currently computing the final payment and negotiating with the workers’ union representative. He said this in response to the incident where more than 80 former Kinsteel workers held a picket in front of the plant in Gebeng here to demand for their remaining salary payment.
06 December 2017
Retrenched M’sian Employees Can Get Up to RM600 Allowance/Month in 2018
Getting retrenched is definitely a low moment in any hardworking employee’s life and opens up a whole new set of worries for us as our main source of income is cut off suddenly and unexpectedly. While there is usually compensation given, it is still rather worrying! Dreading going to work each morning and actually losing it is a big difference! Source: CNBC According to NST, the government has recently approved a new scheme aimed to help the suddenly jobless Malaysians by giving them financial aid. Starting in January 2018, workers who are retrenched are eligible for an interim benefit where cash allowances of up to RM600 per month will be given for a maximum of three months under the Employment Insurance System (EIS). RM600 is better than nothing!
05 December 2017
Retrenched workers to receive cash allowance starting 2018
KUALA LUMPUR: Starting next year, retrenched workers will qualify for an interim benefit in the form of cash allowance of RM600 per month for a maximum of three months under the Employment Insurance System (EIS). Social Security Organisation (Socso) chief executive officer Datuk Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed said the government had allocated RM122 million to enable Socso to implement the EIS.
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.
23 November 2017
Malaysian Employers Are Not Allowed To Simply Terminate Workers In Times Of Crisis
Employers who arbitrarily terminate the employment of a worker when times are bad could be held liable to pay a fine of RM10,000 In fact, if an employer must retrench its staff in times of crisis, they would first have to let go of foreign workers before local workers, according to Deputy Human Resources (HR) Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Abdul Muttalib. The Deputy HR Minister, who was addressing the Dewan Rakyat today, 23 November, said, "Section 60 of the Employment Act 1955 (Act 265) states that no employer can arbitrarily terminate the employment of local workers to employ foreign workers.

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