Corporate Governance is a process and structure implemented by companies and businesses to achieve business prosperity and sustainability while ensuring corporate accountability, with the ultimate objective of realising long-term shareholder value, taking into account the interests of all stakeholders. In order to realise a comprehensive and rigorous anti-corruption corporate culture, there is an urgent need for Malaysian companies and businesses to put in place preventive measures that reinforce ethical leadership, good governance, transparency, accountability and respect for the rule of law in their operational procedures.
CMS continued its annual Adopt-a-Mosque Programme with as many as 72 mosques and suraus throughout Sarawak receiving RM2,000 each.
CMS celebrated its first International Women’s Day by wearing ‘A Touch of Purple’. On the 8th of March 2019, CMS employees throughout the Group were decked out in all shades of purple. Read more to see how we showed our support for the #BalanceForBetter campaign.
Due to work and other chores that we have to complete in our daily lives, it is easy to make full use of the odd time-off to relax and be a couch potato. Add binge eating the various kinds of snacks available nowadays to the equation, you’ll have the perfect formula for obesity. Trust me, I’ve been there.
In view of the recent national spotlight on corruption, Group Internal Audit decided to take on fraud as the key topic for our annual workshop this year.
In 1890, a house was burnt down to ashes by the river in Mukah. Two decades later, it was built again and in 1999, the house was transformed into a homestay until today, Lamin Dana Cultural Boutique Lodge is a jewel in the heart of Kampung Tellian, Mukah.
We must train our people! We need competent employees!
Despite acknowledging people need to be trained, most of us seem to feel that training employees is a job that should be left to others. Most myths that linger in today’s organisation are not true; so, let’s go through some of the common myths versus the reality of learning and development.
I smile each time I reminisce about my running journey. I still have vivid memories of the 1st CMS Health Run at Tunku Putra School back in 2012. I was in pain and had literally collapsed the minute I reached home! There and then, I decided to make health a priority (err, clearly I was in poor shape) and to do that I needed to make time for exercise.