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HR Vendors of the Year 2018: Malaysia finalists announced

The search for the best HR solutions providers in Asia is coming down to the wire. Judging for the Malaysia event is complete and the finalists for all 27 HR Vendors of the Year 2018, Malaysia awards categories are set.

The HR Vendors of the Year Awards 2018 will name the region's best providers of HR solutions in the areas of recruitment, talent management, employee benefits, workforce mobility, training and development, outsourcing and HR tech.

The finalists list for HR Vendors of the Year Awards has been used by HR decision makers as an important guide to shortlisting their own HR service and product providers for more than a decade.

Check out the full list here.

"The HR Vendors of the Year awards aims to highlight the workings behind every great accomplishment," said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine. "The finalists were assessed not only based on their impact of output as an organisation, but also their creativity, efficiency and uniqueness."

The 114 finalists have been voted as the best in their respective categories by a panel of esteemed HR leaders from some of Asia’s largest employers. This year the panel includes senior HR professionals from brands such as British American Tobacco, Standard Chartered, Tetra Pak, and many more.

See the full panel of judges here.

The awards ceremony and celebration of the industry’s best and brightest will be held on 22 November at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral.

For more information on the HR Vendors of the Year Awards and to review the award categories, judging panel and to book a table, please visit or contact

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