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Unlocking the nation’s ‘brain bank’

Monday, 26 February 2024

PETALING JAYA: The country should set up a comprehensive registry of Malaysians working abroad, say human resources experts.

They said this can be done by using big data so that the government can formulate strategies for better “brain circulation” to lure our skilled workers into either returning home or contributing to the economy.

National Association of Human Resources Malaysia (Pusma) president Zarina Ismail said Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp) , an agency under the Human Resources Ministry, should maintain a database of Malaysian professionals abroad.

Source: The Star

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