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Salary increases declined by 0.4% to 5.2% in 2016, according to the 2016 Total Compensation Measurement Survey by Aon Hewitt.
While in Malaysia’s ICT industry lag others in South-East Asia, the industry still has some of the top 10 best-paying jobs in the country.
Google Malaysia was the only technology company in a recent survey by online recruitment portal JobStreet.com on the top companies Malaysian employees want to work for, and why. DNA speaks to a Google Malaysia senior executive to find out what's so special about its work culture.
The Malaysian information and communications technology (ICT) industry may be hampered from growing further as it continues to be plagued by some complex and vital issues that could lead to the derailing of national ambitions, warns the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom).
Pikom’s new chairman Cheah Kok Hoong outlines the challenges for 2014 and what the association will be doing next year.
JobStreet.com has launched a new feature called Salary Matching that matches candidates to the salary they want, saying it was the first and only job site in South-East Asia to have such a feature.
According to the national ICT association Pikom, the main factor behind the 35% pay disparity between the genders is due to the years of experience and positions held by women.
Professional job seekers can now find out exactly what they’re worth with the Salary Checker app, launched this week by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters.
While Malaysia’s average information and communication technology (ICT) job salaries have increased in the past year, the country still faces a significant salary disparity when compared to countries around the region, reveals a new survey.