ARTICLES

The National Human Resource Centre (NHRC) publishes articles, reports and any other form of media. The publications in this section are related to those of the HR industry as well as on human capital development.
Employee Participation in the Workplace: Concept, Meaning & Innovative Tool
We are seeing rapid changes in today’s business environment, with mounting turbulence and uncertainties. With such circumstances, it is difficult for organisations to make a reliable prediction of the future in order to develop their long-term business plans. Thus, firms are under great pressure to develop new strategies and make speedy decisions to navigate these constant changes.
Time Management & Work Productivity: Don’t be busy, be productive
Time Management is the act of exercising and planning conscious control of the time spent on certain specific activities to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. It involves judging various demands from a person to social life, hobbies, family, work, and commitments with the finiteness of time. By using time effectively, one owns the “choice” on managing and doing daily activities based on their expediency
THE CHALLENGES FACED BY TRADE UNIONS IN IMPROVING EMPLOYEES’ RIGHTS AND WELFARE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
According to the International Labour Organisations (ILO), of the 3.3 billion workers globally, four out of five employees are affected by the closure of premises either partially or completely. The effects of COVID-19 on employees and workplaces around the world have been striking (Kevin M. Kniffin, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, 2020).
DIGITAL ECONOMY – HOW READY ARE WE?
The Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint/MyDIGITAL Blueprint Initiative (2021 - 2030) was launched on February 19, 2021. It is aimed at spearheading the development of Malaysia’s digital economy by harnessing the use of digital tools among the citizens and businesses in the country.
Change Your Surrounding and Change Your Organisation
In 2012, I started to get worried about my employees at Leaderonomics. I noticed less of them interacting with each other, with many opting to work from home instead of being in the office (we practice flexi-work policies). I recall on many occasions, late in the evening, only Hui Ming (our co-founder) and I were seen in the office. Part of the problem was that we had grown so fast, doubling our number of employees in a few months, causing significant space congestion.
Engage. Entrust. Empower. An introduction to practical coaching steps for leaders to raise team performance results
Leading through lockdown is tough. ‘Work From Home’ is now an established new reality, along with onsite staff rotation and other new hybrid working patterns, all of which come with their own leadership challenges. Whether you manage hundreds of staff or just one Direct Report, leading people remotely, in a way that delivers results and maintains engagement and motivation, requires a new mindset and a new skill set.