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Table of Contents
- General View
- Legal Rights
- Women in Professions
- Women as Business Owners
- Foreign Businesswomen Visiting the Country
Malaysia Women in Business
A profile of Malaysian women in the workforce.
Highlights of This Profile
Women have different roles in different cultures. Find out what «Nationality» women contend with in the workplace, from legal rights to business ownership. Foreign businesswomen will also get a glimpse of what to expect when doing business in Malaysia.
The profile provides an overview of what traditional jobs for women in Malaysia are, what types of businesses they own (if any), and whether there are female executives or heads of companies. Readers will also come to understand the woman's role in business and in the workplace to avoid making any embarrassing faux pas and to have proper expectations.
Foreign businesswomen will appreciate knowing the dress code for women to blend in and avoid showing any disrespect in the culture-potentially stalling business success. You'll learn whether women are barred from any professions, who assumes childcare when Malaysian mothers go to work, and what the attitudes toward businesswomen are. It's a helpful resource to help foster better understanding and more successful business relations.
Who Should Buy This Profile
This profile on Malaysian women in business will benefit business professionals, executives, trip planners, government officials, diplomats; public relations, marketing, advertising, and media specialists; trade professionals; educational institutions; students; non-profit groups; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); overseas aid organizations; and anyone interested in doing business in Malaysia.
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