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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
19 September 2017
HRDF vows to stamp out corruption
THE Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) has reaffirmed its vow to curb corruption in the work environment. Represented by its chief executive Datuk C.M. Vignaesvaran Jeyandran, the agency signed a Corruption-Free Pledge with Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Anti-Corruption Academy deputy commissioner Datuk Idris Zaharudin, witnessed by Human Resources Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Adenan Abd Rahman. During the ceremony, 312 senior management and staff members at the HRDF headquarters also declared their pledge.
18 September 2017
Toys 'R' Us Employees In The Dark About Their Future -
KUALA LUMPUR: The fate of Toys ‘R’ Us employees in Malaysia is in limbo as they have not received any notification about change in their employment. Amidst report by Reuters, the toy retailer could file for bankruptcy in the coming weeks. The employees, when contacted by the New Straits Times, said they were not given any notice by their superiors on the corporate development. Store supervisor who wanted to be known as Qeela said she heard rumours among her colleagues but she was not sure. “The rumours about the store closure has been going on for weeks. Since there is no official notice yet, I will continue my work as usual,” she said.
16 September 2017
Petronas denies it plans to lay off 5,000 employees in 2018
Petronas today denied an allegation made by a blogger saying that it planned to terminate 5,000 employees next year in what was claimed as another round of “staff reduction” exercise, group-wide. In a statement, the national oil giant company said it “categorically denied” such an allegation made by blogger Syed Akbar Ali on his OutSyed the Box site.
15 September 2017
HRDF signs corruption-free pledge with MACC - The Sun Daily
KUALA LUMPUR: The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), an agency under the Human Resources Ministry (HRM) today signed the Corruption-Free Pledge in line with the government's aspiration to combat corruption in government sectors. Its chief executive Datuk CM Vignaesvaran Jeyandran led the declaration of the pledge before the signing which was witnessed by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Academy director Deputy Commissioner Datuk Idris Zaharudin. CM Vignaesvaran in his opening speech said the event symbolised HRDF's commitment towards its four core values, namely integrity, customer focus, continuous improvement and accountability.
09 September 2017
Making digital their business- The Star
CHECKING our smartphones first thing in the morning has become a habit for many of us. This simple action shows how the digital era has changed the very fabric of society and the way we live, and businesses are no exception. Pointing this out, Eco World Development Group Bhd image: president and chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah got participants thinking at the Star SMEBiz Think Tank when he delivered his keynote address about value creation in the digital age.
18 August 2017
Career carnival at Tg Aru railway station a hit with job seekers - News Straits Times
KOTA KINABALU: Job seekers flocked to the Tanjung Aru Railway Station here, to search for work at the National Career Journey 2.0 Train Ride Sabah carnival. Dressed in smart-casual attire, they came with relevant documents in envelopes and folders as they browsed through booths set up by companies involved in the career carnival. For Fazirah Mohd Hatta, 23, luck was on her side when she was hired on the spot after underwent an interview with her employer. “I am excited for this opportunity as this is my first job. I graduated with a diploma in business study last year and I had applied for jobs but never received a call,” she said. The Semporna-born lass was offered a front office with RM1,500 basic salary. “This is enough for a start and my employer told me I can start anytime. I look forward to beginning my career and learn as much as I can. It is a new responsibility,” she said.

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