Maimunah Ismail

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Human capital is getting wider attention with increasing globalization and also the saturation of the job market due to the recent downturn in the various economies of the world. Developed and developing countries put emphases on a more human capital development towards accelerating the economic growth by devoting necessary time and efforts. Thus human(More)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to strategies corporations or firms conduct their business in a way that is ethical, society friendly and beneficial to community in terms of development. This article analyses the meaning of CSR based on some theories available in literature. It is argued that three theories namely utilitarian, managerial and(More)
The paper examines gender differences in Internet usage pattern among male and female academicians. Internet usage pattern covers items such as knowledge and experience on the Internet, purpose of using Internet and frequency of using e-mail. The paper also examines the influence of gender role on Internet usage pattern. The data of this qualitative study(More)
Aims: This article describes the model of health surveillance and screening programmes and its application in the detection of childhood developmental disabilities. Content: This review utilised data from various articles and websites confined to surveillance screening programmes for infant, toddler and pre-school children (0-6 years). The Wilson and(More)
The study aims to examine as to whether there exists gender differences in management style among a group of 124 men and 63 women managers of public organizations in Malaysia. Using Ministry Style Matrix of Berkley (1995), results indicate that men managers are most likely to practice commander style of management, followed by maintenance, shepherd and(More)
This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework of the influence of cultural values on career goals of Millennial generation in Malaysian workforce. The millennial generation refers to individuals who were born in 1980 to 1995. This study is based on reviews of past researches on career goals of employees specifically the millennial generation. To conduct(More)