Malaysia can’t risk failing women further
Policies must move beyond tokenism and truly empower women.
LinkedIn gives staff week off for well-being
LinkedIn does not expect employees to begin returning to its offices until September, and plans to make it standard practice to let them work from home as much as half of the time.
Close contact workers may come to work under Putrajaya’s new safe workplace plan
Under the Safe@Work initiative, companies are urged to form their own emergency response teams, conduct constant sanitation of premises and ensure conducive accomodation for workers.
Govt mulls extending WFH with full pay for those caring for sick family members
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says this is to encourage shared responsibility and increase women's work productivity.