Talent On-Demand:
The Rise of Contracting
in Malaysia

Insights collated from 200+ organisations


Get crucial insights to keep your workforce agile

  • How are organisations achieving success & productivity with contractors?
  • How are organisations managing their salary & benefits, compared to perm hires?
  • What are some of the new ways companies are using contractors?
  • How can you attract the best contractors with a strategic EVP?
  • Which are the best ways to integrate contractors culturally?

Even before COVID-19 hit in 2020, many organisations were already employing contractors as a way to flex and scale their talent needs. With the pandemic, it has further highlighted the need for companies to reassess their growth strategy and operational costs and one component that stood out was the deployment of talent, both in the short and medium term. Companies are scaling back their permanent workforce, while others are engaging independent contract staff to execute ad-hoc projects (also known as contingent, temporary, interim or short-term hires).

Our comprehensive report on the Malaysia contracting landscape was put together after gathering insights from business leaders and executives from 200+ organisations in the country.

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Even before COVID-19 hit in 2020, many organisations were already employing contractors as a way to flex and scale their talent needs. With the pandemic, it has further highlighted the need for companies to reassess their growth strategy and operational costs and one component that stood out was the deployment of talent, both in the short and medium term. Companies are scaling back their permanent workforce, while others are engaging independent contract staff to execute ad-hoc projects (also known as contingent, temporary, interim or short-term hires).

Our comprehensive report on the Malaysia contracting landscape was put together after gathering insights from business leaders and executives from 200+ organisations in the country.