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Vision & Mission

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VISION

At CDC, we know that well-planned talent agility support, conducted on a national level, constitutes an investment for a healthier Malaysian workforce, a better business community, and a stronger national economy.

CDC will show organisations why it is an employer’s responsibility to accelerate the agility and progression of transitioning staff to their next phase of life, be it re-employment, self-employment or retirement. Furthermore, we know that organisations that provide empathetic career transition support also generate a positive impact that is felt at all levels – the staff, their families and the country as a whole.

CDC transition support services will become an indispensable necessity in forward progression for companies undergoing restructuring. We envisage career transition as a widely-recognised positive step towards personal self-fulfilment and the making of better career choices going forward.

MISSION

CDC is passionate about creating value for people who require transition support. We provide the requisite knowledge, support and encouragement on a personalised basis so that everyone can achieve their own professional goals rapidly and efficiently.

CDC will always work in an open, direct and honest manner. Simultaneously, we will ensure that what we do strictly adheres to the highest legal, ethical and moral standards.    

CDC Malaysia will maintain a friendly, fair and creative work environment for our staff, and will respect individual diversity, new ideas and hard work.

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