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Improving HR Health In Malaysia

Sharmini Ann Jacob, KPMG in Malaysia

21-Sep-21 11:00

Improving HR Health In Malaysia

Earlier this June, KPMG in Malaysia launched its HR Health Check exercise - a survey that gathered information on what various organisations are concentrating on, and assessed how healthy the HR function is within organizations. We dissect the key findings from this year’s survey, identify areas for improvement, and discuss possible remedies to get your HR Department back on track for a clean bill of health.

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Produced by: Audrey Raj

Presented by: Audrey Raj


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Tags:  human resourcescovid-19employee wellbeing


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