Pekerja Asing 100%

Kerajaan meluluskan satu polisi baru berkaitan pekerja asing. Kata Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Nur Jazlan, di bawah polisi ini, kerajaan akan membenarkan syarikat pengeluar berorientasikan eksport (export-oriented manufacturers) memohon untuk mengisi 100% jawatan peringkat rendah (production workers) dengan pekerja asing.

Ini adalah kerana ramai warga Malaysia tidak lagi berminat untuk bekerja dalam sektor production operators ini. Tanpa pekerja peringkat bawahan yang penting ini, syarikat-syarikat berkenaan tidak mampu berkembang atau tidak lagi berdaya saing di pasaran antarabangsa.

Syarikat yang berminat boleh membuat permohonan melalui Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri, yang kemudiannya akan membuat recommendation kepada Kementerian Dalam Negeri untuk keputusan dan kelulusan akhir.

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Tanggungjawab majikan

Saya share di sini satu nasihat untuk kaum majikan yang saya kira sangat baik untuk dijadikan ingatan.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10214330922570702&id=1346044336

Terima kasih kerana sudi membaca.

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Three strikes!

Three strikes. In one particular sport, a player is given three chances to make mistakes. Not one but three.

First mistake, stay on, assess what went wrong, how to right it, try one more time. Second mistake, you are still okay. Stay on, try again. But remember: this is your last chance. Third one you fumble, you get Strike Three, and you.are.out.

In our daily work, how many times do we give our subordinate (oh okay, our associate, team member) the chance to make mistakes before he/she is given “Out!!” Do we call the fellow and tell him/her “Look, those mistakes cannot be accepted, here is your Notice”?

What do we do – as the fellow’s boss/manager/team leader/senior associate – to make sure he/she does not repeat the mistake? Do we discuss with the guy, do we advise or counsel or lead or show the correct way? Do we assess his/her weak aspect(s) and try to reduce the gap?

Or do we just let him/her get on with it, hoping he/she will not make another mistake?

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