human resources

human resources

  • Submitted By: wanasma
  • Date Submitted: 08/06/2014 6:08 AM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 775
  • Page: 4

´╗┐The issues of gender and their performance based on the current issue
"Women are equally important role in the company". That has being said this recently in an article released by the Utusan Malaysia newspaper dated November 21, 2013. Article also discusses about the problem of gender differences in the marketability of an organization, whether private sector or public sector. According to the article, It affirms the role of women in the public and private sectors should be noted comparable male servants in order to improve an organization from all angles. Minister of Women, Family and Community Development Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim said the matter as women nowadays qualified great responsibility on par with the skills and experience of male employees. She added, the government is also implementing efforts to promote government-linked companies to appoint at least 30 per cent of female employees in the highest position and promote at least one woman on the board until 2016. "Government also provides incentives to encourage provide more opportunities for staff women to advance, including tax breaks for companies as well as the provision of training and consultation."Public and private sectors are also required to eliminate gender disparities in terms of experience, competence, nations and cultures to eliminate any form of discrimination," he said when opening the Forum of Women in Rural normal 2013, here today. Add Spiritual ministry also held a Director of women's programs that provide guidance on training curriculum including technical and soft skills to enhance the ability of women to become leaders of calibre. This year, he said, a total of 645 women attended the program, while the total 790 women signed up for the course. "At the same time, 83 women have been appointed directors of public companies during the year," he said. In the meantime, she urged local employers do not catch quota determined by the government to achieve the target percentage of women...

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