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Employees in Malaysia rank fourth in happiness survey

JobStreet.com’s recent Employee Job happiness Index 2017 survey has revealed that Malaysia ranked fourth for employees who were happy with their workplace. The survey, carried out in seven countries across Asia was calculated on a 10-point scale with Malaysia scoring 4.65.

In a press release to Human Resources, JobStreet.com reported that good work location, good relationships with colleagues and company reputation were three key factors that went into keeping Malaysian employees happy.



“We believe that employers with good leadership practices and attractive rewards can make a critical difference in motivating and driving job happiness among the employees in the region,” noted Chook.

“To instill a greater sense of confidence in the leadership of a company, employers should practice transparency in communication, at the same time, schedule regular skills upgrading programmes to engage and retain top talent.”

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