Almost all Malaysian workers will get pay rise next year: survey

The Malaysian Insider, 17 Dec 2012
SINGAPORE, Dec 17 – Almost every Malaysian employee expects to get a pay rise next year, according to Randstad’s latest Workmonitor Report for fourth quarter released today.
This figure is among the highest from a global survey of 14,780 employees from 32 countries, with respondents across the region less confident about their prospects of a pay rise in China (82 per cent), Singapore (76 per cent), Australia (75 per cent), New Zealand (69 per cent) and Japan (42 per cent).
Randstad Malaysia Director Jasmin Kaur said this sentiment was in line with the solid financial performance of businesses across Malaysia, with four in five (82 per cent) of employees surveyed indicating their company performed well this year despite the global economic challenges. Full story

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Randstad Workmonitor "Employee expectations for 2013" (Dec 2012) - Randstad.com
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