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Are Business Cards Dead?

Is the ritual of handing over a physical business card becoming a thing of the past?

Laggard States Need Vaccination Boost If Nation To Achieve Herd Immunity

Assuming a linear projection rate based on total cumulative total vaccinated people for the months of June, July, and August (based on data up...

Sitting too much is bad for you-Try this easy 5-minute yoga routine instead

Sitting all day at my desk and working on my lappy and has brought about some aches and pains in my shoulders, neck and...

Breathe in Adversity

How do we shift our depressed and fearful minds to see the opportunity in all this adversity that is besieging us?

Tapau Culture Adds 148,000 Tonnes To Malaysia’s Worst Annual Plastic Usage

As tightened lockdown measures restricted people from going out for dining or work, there is an increasing usage of plastic packaging when the Covid-19...

Testing For Reopening – Simultaneous Containment And Controlled Reopening

By Jason Loh An EMIR Research article, “Simultaneous containment and controlled reopening through tech-powered mass testing” (July 15) had articulated the case for a balance...

US Meddling In Hong Kong Affairs Is Like ”Ants Shaking The Mighty Tree”- China

China Foreign Ministry has issued its sternest statement with regards to the United States meddling in Hong Kong, it call for the Superpower nation...

The Injustice of Stereotyping Malaysia as a Failed State

By Dr Rais Hussin & Jamari Mohtar If Daniel Moss of Bloomberg has accurate facts on his hand by just working harder to look at...

Offering Employees An Inclusive And Transformative Workplace

The pandemic has transformed the way we work and the choices we make in choosing the right place to work at. And with changing...

Guiding Coal Companies To Meet The Challenge Of Net Zero

As the build-up continues to the pandemic-delayed UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), all eyes – and hopefully all agendas – are on how to...

Survey Reveals Malaysians Want Work Flexibility Post-Pandemic Or Would Consider Quitting

When pandemic restrictions ease locally, only 22% of Malaysia employees surveyed would prefer to work from office full-time, according to the EY 2021 Work...

Khairy: Next Three Months Will Be Crucial

As Malaysia ramps up its vaccination roll out, things are looking up in terms of progress. On top of the purchased doses, we have...

Federal Should Step Back And Allow States To Manage Pandemic

The Federal governments approach of nationwide lockdown and viewing the Covid-19 cases on a macro level should be reviewed. Some of the state leaders...

Crisis Or No Crisis: Companies Still Need To Transform

With more of their citizens vaccinated, the United States and the United Kingdom are seeing increasing optimism over the economy, promising a time when...

Be Calm, But Alert And Concern Over New Strain Of Delta Variant

By Jamari Mohtar, Director, Media & Communications at EMIR Research While the virulent delta variant is still ravaging the world in causing waves after...

Series Of Events Leading To Weaker Ringgit

Malaysia's economy forecast is constantly being adjusted due to the dynamic climate the country is facing in handling the pandemic and a host of...

Moving Malaysia From Reuse Economy To Circular Economy

While many corporations have taken positive strides forward to meet sustainability targets, the circular economy does not yet exist. At best, what we have...

Banks Have Moral Duty To Help Rakyat, Blanket Loan Moratorium Direly Needed

While we look at daily vaccination numbers and listen to our leaders on how the road to recovery is within our grasp, the long...

Report: True Cost Of Corruption In Supply Chain And Its Effects On Malaysian Consumers

In the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) new policy idea entitled “Corruption in the Supply Chain: forms and impacts on consumers”...

Spend Visibility key to Post-Pandemic Growth

By Fok Wai Leng, Managing Director, Southeast Asia, at SAP Concur. It’s been more than a year now since employees walked away from their cubicles and...