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Improving the Effectiveness of TalentCorp's Initiatives [electronic resource] : Assessment of Returning Expert Program and Residence Pass-Talent.

Author/Creator:
World Bank.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, 2015.
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Other papers
World Bank e-Library.
Other papers
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
1 online resource (1 p.)
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Accounting. (search)
Administrative Costs. (search)
Bonds. (search)
Brain Drain. (search)
Debt. (search)
Developing Countries. (search)
Educational Attainment. (search)
Employment. (search)
Employment Opportunities. (search)
Expenditures. (search)
Finance. (search)
Financial Services. (search)
Human Capital. (search)
Human Resources. (search)
Income Distribution. (search)
Income Tax. (search)
Infrastructure. (search)
Insurance. (search)
International Migration. (search)
Labor Markets. (search)
Labor Mobility. (search)
Labor Policies. (search)
Loans. (search)
Management. (search)
Migration. (search)
Occupations. (search)
Private Sector. (search)
Productivity. (search)
Profitability. (search)
Remittances. (search)
Savings. (search)
Skilled Workers. (search)
Skills Development and Labor Force Training. (search)
Social Protections and Labor. (search)
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Summary:
The information contained in this summary report reflects the analysis and assessment that have been undertaken beginning January 2013 mainly to assess the effectiveness of TalentCorp's efforts to attract and retain global talent through its Returning Expert Program (REP) and Residence Pass-Talent (RP-T). The initial research included various activities aimed at improving the client's ability to meet its mandate. The main activities completed were as follows: (1) creation of a platform to identify and monitor local labor market conditions and human capital/talent needs; (2) creation of a profile of the Malaysian diaspora living abroad; (3) creation and implementation of two surveys, both surveys focused on gauging the attractiveness of working in Malaysia and were targeted at the Malaysian diaspora and foreign talent living in Malaysia; (4) an impact evaluation of the REP, which aims to facilitate highly skilled members of the Malaysian professionals abroad back to Malaysia; and (5) an assessment of the effectiveness of the RP-T Program, which aims to retain foreign talent in Malaysia. In both the impact evaluation and the assessment, the main questions investigated are whether these programs effectively attract/retain talent.
Contributor:
World Bank.
Publisher Number:
10.1596/24453
Access Restriction:
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