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November 10, 2019 Opinion
Currently, the workplace is a highly diverse and interesting environment comprising a few generations who present myriad characteristics. That said, organisations should shift their focus to the youngest group in the workforce, post-Millennials, known as Generation Z or simply Gen Z. Unicef broadly defines this tech-savvy generation as those born after 1995. .
November 10, 2019 Opinion
October 4 was World Animal Day, a fitting day for Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) to draw attention to the many forms in which animals can suffer.
November 10, 2019 Opinion
OVER the years, I have had the pleasure of dealing and growing with the Gen Y, which is mainly attributed to my career as an educator. .
November 10, 2019 Opinion
In a global economy that is in constant flux, no one can be certain of where it is headed and what it has in store for the Asian economies. But some things are clear. One is that global economic activity has slowed to a pace where there is more downside than upside and where policy responses are unlikely to be fully effective. Moreover, growth in the large developed economies is more internally focused and so does little to support demand for Asia’s exports. This sounds bad for export-oriented Asian economies, and it is – but there are some silver linings that suggest that the region can still eke out modest growth and avoid a recession.
November 10, 2019 Opinion
Gun manufacturing in the United States fell sharply in the first year of the Trump presidency, by more than 27 percent — a change widely attributed to gun buyers’ confidence that Trump would maintain or expand commercial access to firearms, limiting the impulse to stock up over a short period of time. Gun imports into the United States have also dropped significantly, with pistol imports falling by over 20 percent from 2016 to 2018. .
November 10, 2019 Opinion
Permit me to delve on the allocation of Federal Budget again as a follow up to my last week’s article titled “Must Sabahans show gratefulness” to rebut the statement by Ngeh Koo Ham from Perak. The Selangor 2020 budget serves as the best indictment of the Federal Government’s biased treatment for Sabah in the annual budget allocation since the formation of Malaysia.
November 03, 2019 Opinion
IN England, the training for top students preparing for a career in the civil service used to be a degree in the Classics, comprising such subjects as Philosophy, History and Latin.
November 03, 2019 Opinion
AS a Sabahan with no interest in politics and affiliation, I want to ask who is this DAP fellow Ngeh Koo Ham from Perak thinking Sabahans are stupid, insulting our intelligence, saying we should be grateful for the scraps and crumbs from 2020 Budget allocation that Lim Guan Eng has given Sabah. He can say anything to better Perak’s financial position but he is being insulting, adding insults to injury to say Sabah is being ungrateful for the 2020 budget allocation.
November 03, 2019 Opinion
THE pre-eminence and official position of the Malay language is deeply entrenched in our Constitution. Article 152(1) prescribes that the national language shall be the Malay language and shall be used for all official purposes.
November 03, 2019 Opinion
Currently, I have requested my lawyer to write to the Attorney-General’s office to help me secure a Certificate of Substantive Assistance under Section 33(b) of the Misuse of Drug Act (Cap 185) Certificate of Co-operation.
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