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    As a financial and insurance service group, MAA Group Berhad (MAAG) is a wholly owned Malaysia invested holding company operating in the Financial Services Sector and is listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. MAA Group has been long time in industry player with its first appearance in 1968 through Malaysian American Assurance Company Berhad (MAAB), which was incorporated as a public listed company principally engaged in the General and life insurance businesses. MAA Group was founded in 1968 and the headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (2016, Dow Jones & Company) In 1985, MAAB changed its name to Malaysian Assurance Alliance Berhad (MAA Assurance). MAAG, which is formally known as MAA Holdings Berhad, it was incorporated on 4 November…

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    Introduction Childcare industry is a child care that provides education and care for young children. In Malaysia, there are two types of institutions that offered Early Childhood Care & Education (ECCE) programmes which are childcare centres or nurseries or taska and pre-schools or kindergartens or tadika. An early child care centre (ECCC) is defined as premises or businesses that provide childcare services for working parents for the education or care of four children or more children under the…

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    searching for the correct code is time consuming. Toshiba’s new scanner is designed to identity any item in the store by using pattern and colour recognition system. This means barcodes are not necessary and time to process sales shorter. Not only install innovation technology, employees are required to master the knowledge of using it. The Store always trains their workers to be efficient. By relying on skilled workers and the combination with technology, The Store able to enhance its customer…

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    The occasions brought by the financial hardship have brought up the issues regarding to the ways in which general businesses and financial institutions, especially in contributing to the society. As being a main financial services provider in Malaysia, the Public Bank Group maintains the most elevated amount of corporate governance practice and operates business practices with the highest measures of uprightness which are crucial to maintain continuous trust and confidence from public (Public…

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    Hectare S/B. Kong Sau Kian Independent Non-Executive Director • Appointed to the Board on the 1st March 2011. • He is a member of the Malaysia Institute of Accountants. • His experiences prior to joining the group include audit, corporate restructuring, acquisition audit and other special assignments. • Mr. Kong also sits on the board of LBS Bina Group Berhad and LBI Capital Berhad. Lim Kim Meng Independent Non-Executive Director • Appointed to the Board on the 1st March…

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    may include involvement in their family, housing, health, and other practical life issues. Singapore’s intercultural adaptability and readiness for change is developing all the time. Singapore is seen to have a medium tolerance for change and risk. It is important for innovations to have a track record or history noting the benefits if they are to be accepted and implemented. The fear of exposure, and the potential of embarrassment that may accompany failure, brings about aversion to risk.…

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    Imagine a world where young children are tortured abused and treated like slaves to save their families, a world where people are forced to leave their houses and their history behind, imagine all your hard work being stolen from right under your feet. Just because this cannot be seen does not mean it is not happening. Transnational corporations are large multinational companies that operate in two or more counties who operate in so many different countries they essentially lose their identity…

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    capable to yield wide-ranging money, which can point to rising occupation, greater incomes, and a universal increase of a world-economy (Scott and Edles, 2008: 764-765). Additional businesses enter the marketplace and disintegrate the quasi-monopolies, stagnation and improved cost of charge; subsequent, the accumulations of unsold goods leads to the slowdown and the relocation of production, lower wages, rising job loss and dwindling purchaser claim and financial unproductivity…

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    because my family was pretending to be Vietnamese when we were Chinese. We were arrested by the police and put in jail. We were searched for all valuables, jewelry, and money. The only thing we had was a Rolex watch hidden underneath my head. We had nothing” (Do). This was what it was like for Southern Vietnamese people escaping to countries such as China. The Communists and the North won the Vietnam War. Due to the War, millions of civilians became homeless and unemployed. Thousands of children…

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    worldwide collection of networks that connects millions of businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and individuals. Children started learning this technology since they started education in school. Teachers and parents play an important role in teaching the children the right guidelines to use the internet in right way. Nowadays, technology is one of the major assets for the society. Video games become a general activity for people of all ages especially for children. Some…

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