Avoid Race-based Hiring
Race-based hiring is still common practice in Malaysia. When working with the startup's hiring team or recruiting firm, be sure to stress that candidates should be selected on skill not race. It is normal for a recruiter to ask if the hiring company has any racial preference and they may sometimes ask so indirectly There is no Equality found, for a very qualified Humans to have Better Job offer, which was advertised for public.Many individuals are Discouraged & Disappointed due to The Top Rank Positions are only priorities for Muslim (MALAYS) even if the Top Graduated candidates are better Qualified to Apply for the positions as specially For Government Vacancies in Malaysia. And the Non-Equality Activities Make humans life worst likely :-
*Places of worship
*Private sectors companies hiring particular race only.
All this Issues badly Impacted ,by Disrespect Qualified Human for the right Position and encouraging them with very wrong Mind Feeding and Influences badly Effected many Innocent Humans Life into Mental Stressful life event taken part.This particular mind set is creating unhealthy life environment of the major root Caused for further Crime Activities to Survive in life force at Malaysia
Given the socio-economic inequality in
Malaysian society,encounter job candidates with a wide spectrum of backgrounds. Be prepared to evaluate individuals with very disparate and diverse qualifications, as well as varying levels of education and work experience.
In its World Economic Outlook (WEO) 2014, released on 8 April 2014, the IMF indicates that global economic activity is expected to improve further in 2014 -2015, as global recovery is gaining...
In its World Economic Outlook (WEO) 2014, released on 8 April 2014, the IMF indicates that global economic activity is expected to improve further in 2014 -2015, as global recovery is gaining momentum, but growth process remains at uneven speed. The IMF forecasts global growth at 3.6% this year and 3.9% in 2015, a significant improvement compared to 3.0% estimated for 2013 and moving closer to world potential output growth.