Reflect the actual situation in Malaysia for scialists' return home
Reflect the actual situation in Malaysia for specialists' return home
There are thousands of Malaysians working overseas. When Talent Corporation (TalentCorp) goes out of the country to attract them home, the reports are favourable. For example, TalentCorp went to Melbourne yesterday. Bernama reports:
Malaysia's Talent Corporation (TalentCorp) has completed its two-day outreach programme here (Melbourne) with outstanding success with hundreds of Malaysians mulling the benefits of returning to seize employment and well-being opportunities available in Malaysia's fast-developing economy.
A good indication was the good turnout of more than 60 Malaysian doctors and pharmacists working here, to listen to Health deputy director Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah's explaining Malaysia's 1Care concept which involved the integration of private and public health to achieve better and universal medical outcomes.
He assured young doctors and specialists of a good income and that they would be working in international standard hospitals.'
The Government should let us know the number of professionals who return to this country in the last four years, including the types of specialists who are likely to do so. It is necessary for the authorities to review the situation. For instance, why should specialists who come back be given incentives, when those remain in the country are not getting them? They may not like the returnees. What types of jobs are available? Jobs in government hospitals are almost always full. What happens to those posts in GLC hospitals such as Khazanah's chain of hospitals, Pantai Hospitals and Gleneagles?
Lets have the truth about those specialists who wish to return home. They may have to overcome obstacles such as bureaucracy and availability of posts.
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