HR Seminar: Building Internal Human Capability Through Best HR Practices
Malacca, 25 February – National Human Resource Centre (NHRC) through its various events seeks to provide platforms for business leaders, HR professionals and practitioners to meet, share, exchange and learn through various platforms. Various networking and sharing sessions are created in a year to keep CEOs, HR and business leaders and managers and executives updated with the happenings affecting the HR and business climates.
The one day Seminar on Human Resources: Building Internal Human Capability Through Best HR Practices was held recently at Holiday Inn Hotel, Malacca attracted at least 200 participants from Malacca, Johor and Negeri Sembilan comprising employers and human resources professionals.
Y.B Datuk M.S Mahadevan was delivering the keynote address on behalf of
YAB Datuk Seri Ir. Hj. Idris Bin Hj. Haron, Chief Minister of Malacca.
The seminar was officiated by Yang Berhormat Datuk M.S Mahadevan Sanacy, Malacca State EXCO for Company Affairs, Human Resources and NGO Committee chairman, represented the Chief Minister of Malacca. The event was also attended by Datuk Dr. Abdul Razak, Board of Directors Chairman, Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB), Encik Ali Badaruddin Abdul Kadir, Chief Executive of Pembangunan Sumber Manusia (PSMB), Encik C.M Vignaeswaran Jeyandran, Deputy Chief Executive (Operation) of PSMB and Encik Maurice Maidin, Senior Chief Executive of PERKESO.
Meanwhile YAB Datuk Seri Ir. Idris in his speech read by YB Mahadevan said PSMB’s effort to produce more skilled workers are in line with the government’s aspiration of achieving developed nation status by 2020, adding without good management, it would be difficult to produce highly skilled and motivated workers.
The launching of HR books: A Practical Guide on How to Conduct a Domestic Inquiry for SMEs and Quick Reference to HR Terminology for SMEs.
In conjunction to this seminar, two new books on HR publication were launched: A Practical Guide on How to Conduct a Domestic Inquiry for SMEs and Quick Reference to HR Terminology for SMEs, and were distributed for free to all the participants in the seminar.
HR Seminar is organised in order to develop awareness on the advantages of effective human resource management and engagement of key HR and HRD strategies for organisation improvement. It is also acts as a medium to discuss on alternative solutions and knowledge on how to manage human resources issues, talents and challenges faced by employers in running their day to day businesses.
Overwhelmed: HR Seminar in Malacca was the first ever organised in the year of 2014 received tremendous support from the participants.
In the seminar, the participants were given an opportunity to interact with the panelist during engagement session. Among the panelist were Encik Jun Hamizan Bin Zainal, Deputy Director of Department of Labour, Malacca Branch, Encik Zawawi Bin Mohd Noor, PSMB-NHRC HR Consultant, Puan Megawati Bt. Sa’at, HR Manager of Prym Consumer Malaysia Sdn Bhd and moderated by Mr. Kenneth Ng, Corporate Trainer.
The workplace is rapidly changing and information needs to be customised in order to meet the diverse needs of all organisations. HR seminars therefore have a very important place in the workplace.
So what are the benefits of attending HR seminars? They allow organisations to get updated information on key issues that their organisations are concerned with and allow them to voice out issues addressed on a specific topic by recognised experts who are up to date with the latest developments in the Human Resource field.
It is hope the seminar add a great deal of value by providing the subject matter expertise, practical experience in implementation, as well as the ability in engaging audiences in an interesting way that stimulates thought and insights.
HR Summit: Industry Growth of Human Talent in Iskandar Malaysia
26 November, Johor Bahru - It’s hard to think of an important aspect of management more neglected than development planning: helping your employees shape the future direction of their careers. Yet for a variety of reasons, this valuable activity is often ignored or handled as an administrative exercise. Result, companies pay a high price for the loss of top young talent.
Management is said didn’t spend as much time as they should have on the development of their own employees. Or if they did spend some time, but in retrospect they were not as consistent and thorough as it should have been.
PSMB in collaboration with Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) had organised HR Summit: Industry Drives Growth of Human Talent in Iskandar Malaysia in Johor Bahru, Johor as a platform to foster and sustain effective partnerships between Human Resource practitioners across Iskandar Malaysia to collectively address the human capital challenges faced in the region.
The HR Summit was carried out to address and understand human capital challenges and requirement as to strengthening the initiatives and intervention in human capital development within Iskandar Malaysia. It is acts as a medium to share human resource best practice and build network among HR practitioners and key industry players.
HR Summit: Industry Drives Growth of Human Talent in Iskandar Malaysia received tremendous response from the participants.
Furthermore this event is the best platform for participants not just to network among experts, but also to gain intellectual agility and insights of the latest trends in Human Resource Development.
Welcoming remarks was delivered by Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Benjamin Hj. Hasbie, Federal Commissioner of IRDA and officiated by Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Dr. Abdul Razak bin Abdul, Chairman of PSMB. The PSMB’s management was also present in support of the event.
The papers were presented by Mr. Zuber bin Mohd Isa, President of BriTay Asian International Human Resource Consulting with “Retention Issue of Human Capital” issue and Mr. Rezal Rahman, Executive Director & Head of Strategic Planning, from Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studio with the topic, “Private Public Partnership in Developing Talent for New Industry”.
The participants were given the opportunity to interact with the panelist in the dialogue session to seek for ideas, insights and to voice their concern regarding human talent issues. The panelists were Mr. Amir Omar, Director of ILMIA, Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR), Mr. Vignaeswaran, Deputy Chief Executive of PSMB and Mr. Azman Mohd. Hussein, Director of Human Capital Management, Medini Iskandar Malaysia Sdn. Bhd
FOCUS: Human talent development helps builds loyalty, and loyalty increases productivity.
In conclusion, taking an honest interest in someone builds loyalty. Loyal employees are more engaged. Engaged employees are more productive. This is because good talented people naturally want to advance, and appreciate meaningful support in the process. They want to gain skills. They want to become more versatile and valuable to an organisation. Who doesn’t appreciate thoughtful support that helps you advance your own career? But the flip side is if one company doesn’t provide it, enterprising employees will go elsewhere for it.
One final thought, development planning doesn’t have to be elaborate or costly. At its core it’s mostly a matter of good managers taking the person-to-person time to understand their employees, recognising their skills and needs and guide them to fill in the gaps.
Kuching, 13 December - Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) is privileged to have hosted the annually remarkable and memorable Human Resource Development Award (HRD Award) over the years. In addition to the two types of previous awards, namely Human Resource Minister Award and Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Award, PSMB recently presented another two new award categories, Innovation & Creativity Award and Pearl Award in the prestigious event that was held at Hilton Kuching Hotel, Sarawak.
The event was attended by Yang Berhormat Dato’ Sri Richard Riot anak Jaem the Minister of Human Resource, Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Dr. Abdul Razak bin Abdul, the Chairman of Board of Directors of Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad and Mr. Ali Badaruddin bin Abd Kadir the Chief Executive of Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad and PSMB Board of Directors.
The HRD Award was introduced in 2001 to recognise employers and training providers, registered with HRDF who are actively involved in the field of human resource development at the organisational as well as at the national level.
The award winners for employers category were selected based on the following criteria namely Human Resource Development Policy, HRD Levy Utilisation, Training Plan, Employee Development, In-House Training Facilities, Evaluation on Effectiveness of Training and Corporate Social Responsibilities.
The winners for training providers’ category were selected based on Corporate Strategy, Participation in HRDF Training Schemes, Training Programme Development, Market Segmentation, Capacity and Capability Building, Training Evaluation and Customer Satisfaction.
Yang Berhormat Dato’ Sri Richard Riot anak Jaem, Minister of Human Resource with HRD Award 2013 winners.
The HRD Award 2013 winners are as follows:
Minister of Human Resources Award
Assembly Services Sdn. Bhd (Manufacturing)
TNB Janamanjung Sdn. Bhd (Services)
Small & Medium Employer
LH Plus Sdn. Bhd. (Manufacturing)
K-Pintar Sdn. Bhd.
Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Award
Petronas Penapisan (Melaka) Sdn. Bhd. (Manufacturing)
Kolej Poly-Tech Mara Sdn. Bhd. (Services)
Small & Medium Employer
Cape Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Manufacturing)
Pusat Latihan Kemahiran E-Access Sdn. Bhd. (Services)
Pahang Skills Development Centre (PSDC)
Sarawak Information Systems Sdn. Bhd.
Asean Bintulu Fertilizer Sdn. Bhd.
Pearl Award was introduced to give recognition to employers who practice the best way of work life balance and the impact on the organisations. Unfortunately for this year, there is no recipient for Innovation & Creativity Award.
HRDF-NHRC wishes to congratulate all HRD Award 2013 winners for their outstanding achievements. For the record, a total of 88 organisations had won the HRD Award over the past 12 years. The continuous participation of employers and training providers in HRD Award is a testament of the industry’s recognition and acceptance towards PSMB and Government’s initiatives. The award has become a stature recognised by industries and the winners will be known as national top achievers in the human resources field.
NHRC Goes East Coast
Via JPP Seminar on Productivity Linked Wage System (PLWS)
Kuantan, 26 November - The relationship between wages and productivity or more specifically, the relationship between wage and productivity growth has become significant policy relevance in recent years.
Throughout the nation, a series of Productivity Linked Wage System or in short PLWS awareness programme were conducted by the Department of Industrial Relations (JPP) in order to channel all necessary ideas and input of PLWS to organisations in Malaysia. This seminar is an essential platform to introduce what PLWS is all about and to strengthen the message across the country, JPP has invited NHRC to deliver the briefing and to open up a booth in the event.
PLWS is a system which establishes the link between wages and productivity. The system will ensure that wage increases commensurate with higher productivity, thus enhancing competitiveness at the organisation level. It will also enable employers to develop a wider and systematic approach towards improving productivity and wages, through active involvement and co-operation of all employees.
It is important to instill the realisation to employers that PLWS has a positive effect on employees. Employees are encouraged to be more productive, and perform better, knowing that they will be able to receive a fair share of the gains through their efforts. It is a win - win situation for both employers and employees as both works together to enhance performance of the organisation.
But one must bear in mind that it should takes the top management commitment to ensure support and confidence in employees of the new system. Employees must also be provided with the necessary information and knowledge so that they will be receptive of the system while employers must be willing to coach and emplace productivity improvement programmes.
Consideration for workers likelihood and welfare is an important criteria when implementing PLWS. This will ensure that workers basic needs are not compromised. We must also realise that collaborative efforts by both employer and employee is core to developing a measurement system that is fair and equitable as to avoid misconception about the system.
Communication channels need to be put in place to keep employees informed of the development and to obtain feedback and suggestions for improvement. In short PLWS enabling companies need to adjust their policies according to the current economic situation, improving job specialisation according to skills and enhancing the career of employees and hopefully increasing employees’ motivation and job satisfaction.
Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) recently held its annual National HRD Conference and Exhibition at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), Malaysia on the 3rd & 4th September 2013. The theme, “Innovative Talents, the Epicentre of New Business” was chosen to reflect the importance of innovative talents as the ignition point to ensure the success of new business.
The prestigious event welcomed over 1,505 delegates consisting human resources leaders and practitioners from across the nation and beyond with diverse organisations and business background, convened in Kuala Lumpur for two exciting days to discuss the key challenges and opportunities on the path to a more sustainable future.
The event was officiated by Secretary General of Ministry of Human Resources, YBhg. Dato’ Seri Zainal Rahim Bin Seman on behalf of the Honourable Minister of Human Resources, Datuk Richard Riot Anak Jaem.
The conference was addressed by 9 prominent speakers namely Dr. Ng Chee Mang (Topic: Profitability through Innovation), Tessi Lim (Topic: HR Driving Business Success through Innovative Talent), Dr. Brian To (Topic: Tapping the Global Market through Innovative Talents), Associate Professor Hooi Den Huan (Topic: Leadership of Tomorrow Business), Jenny Ooi (Topic: Integrating HR & Business Strategies for Long Term Growth & Sustainable), Norman Abd Halim
(Topic: Creative Talent for Business Innovation), Dr. Mario Aquino del Castillo (Topik: Innovative Talent Management – Developing Your Technical Succession Pipeline) , Anand Shankaran (Topic: Driving Business Outcomes through Innovative Talent Strategies) and Kate Mountain (Topic: Assessing and Developing Talent and Innovation).
Among reputable speakers, Miss Jenny Ooi and Mr. Norman Abdul Halim.
The conference also included an exhibition where over 65 exhibitors presented their services and products. Having been the most focused human resource event for the last 13th years, HRDF Conference and Exhibition 2013 is poised to be the largest gathering of the industry stakeholders and practitioners.
FRIENDLY FACES: Ready to welcome the delegates.
This conference aims at imparting the latest trend on current issues of innovative talents besides benchmarking the best practices on human resources development strategies, sharing knowledge, experiences and of course, expanding networks.