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How To Increase Talent Retention In Malaysia

Thomas Mathew, Group CEO, TalentCorp Malaysia

11-May-22 07:15

How To Increase Talent Retention In Malaysia

Malaysians continue to make up the largest group of foreign workers in Singapore, particularly given the higher salary as the Singapore dollar continues to appreciate against the Ringgit. But is salary the main cause of talent migration to Singapore and what are the long term policy measures that need to be in place to reverse the brain drain? Thomas Mathew, Group CEO of TalentCorp Malaysia tells us more. Image credit: Shutterstock.com

Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Tan Chen Li


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Tags:  talent migrationbrain circulationeconomic migrationbrain drainhighly-skilled talenttalentcorpmalaysiasingaporefresh graduatestalent retention





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