Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Happy Deepavali!

May this festival of lights brightens your life and brings happiness, joy and prosperity for you and your family.

Wishing you a Happy Deepavali!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Immediate Hiring For Internship

Students from the following courses :

- IT / Computer science
- Business Admin
- Sales & Marketing
- Human Resource/ Psychology
- Entertainment/ Music
- Sports Science

Submit your resume at enquiries@hr-1st.com now.
Or call us @ 03-2284 8988

**Location : Selangor & Klang Valley only.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Company Trip

Dear valued customer,

We are closed and away for company trip on 10th to 13th November 2016, business will resume as usual on 14th Nov 2016.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Revision of the maximum SOCSO wages

Please be informed that effective 1st June 2016, the Social Security Organization (SOCSO) has revised the maximum SOCSO WAGES from RM3,000.00 to RM4,000.00.

For more information, pls refer to www.perkeso.gov.my

Monday, February 15, 2016


Overwhelmed with " Things To Do" and not getting anything done on time?
Check out ways that will help you focus and get things done.
Pick an organiser
Your phone, tablet or PC will all have an organiser.
Pick one you like best, and use it exclusively. This means all your stuff is in one place, so you wont miss messages or tasks that have to be done.
If you don't like the ones you have, take a look at the Yahoo Calendar at calendar.yahoo.com
Quit procrastinating 
Set a time of day when you feel energised and make that your work time.
For me that's late afternoon but for you that may be just after dawn.
Whatever it is, pick the hours and tell everyone you're not available. Not even for double chocolate cake with fudge.
Quit multitasking
Look back honestly over yesterday and ask yourself, " How often was I playing about on Facebook or Whats app when I should have been working?" Bet you wasted at leas an hour. To avoid temptation and get things done, check your list of things to do at the start of each day- and then switch off your phone, your FB notifications and everything else that might distract you.
The world will not fall apart because you've disconnected for a few hours.
Set limits
One of the problems of being connected all the time is that you're tempted to work when you should be having fun.
If you're concentrating on your work for X hours a day, you deserve some fun.
Resist the temptation to "just this one" give up your swimming, your lunch, etc.
If you don't let your brain have some time off and recharge, it won't work right.