The Future is Accessible


- credits to Wan Jamila Wan Shaiful Bahri (@artjamila), an award-winning savant born Malaysian artist for this great painting and her greetings for International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The Future is Accessible Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) are not meant to be trapped at home with nothing to do. Nor should they be subjected to fear or discrimination. They  can excel in life just like any of us; if not better. The motto for the International Day of People with Disabilities (3rd December 2019) this year is "The Future is Accessible".  People Systems Consultancy (PSC) working with Maybank [...]

The Future is Accessible2020-01-17T06:59:28+08:00

Retro Merdeka


Retro Merdeka Out of the ordinary, less clichéd. Celebrating the 62nd Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day together with the whole of Malaysia in this memorable month, PSC family went back to the retro era of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Kick Start It is a must for every national day celebration to start with singing our national anthem, ‘NEGARAKU’ energetically while standing respectfully. After that, we recited our ‘Rukun Negara’ also known as the Pillars of the Country (first declared in conjunction with the 13th Independence Day celebration). Guess and Recognise Moving on, we played a game of [...]

Retro Merdeka2019-09-25T04:14:24+08:00

Hari Raya with the PSC Fam


Hari Raya with the PSC Fam Selamat Hari Raya from the PSC fam! At PSC, when we work hard, we play even harder.  The Raya celebrations has always been a fun, crazy experience and this year is no exception. Thanks to the Nonsense Team of Quarter 2, it was a celebration full of surprises and crazy stunts in a public area. We’re just glad no one was arrested for public nuance that day. Dressed to impress Dressed in our best Raya outfits for the day, the office was bursting in a vibrant rainbow of colors! At 4pm, we [...]

Hari Raya with the PSC Fam2019-09-25T01:51:37+08:00

Why have a community conscience?


Guide to Running a Social Enterprise With the growing trend of societal concerns, more and more people from the newer generation are looking for meaning and impact in their careers, not just monetary gain. This is reflected in the growing number of social enterprises in Malaysia, but unfortunately not a lot of them survive past their initial conception. Malaysian Social Enterprise Blueprint 2015 - 2018 In 2015, the Malaysian Social Enterprise Blueprint 2015-2018 was launched with the hopes of increasing the number of social enterprises across Malaysia and encouraging social contributions to the nation. With that, the government [...]

Why have a community conscience?2019-09-25T01:47:16+08:00

Overcoming Challenges as an Entrepreneur with Disabilities


Overcoming Challenges as an Entrepreneur with Disabilities Life isn’t easy when it comes to being a Person with Disabilities (PWDs). Whether its access to public transport, doing sports, going to school, or many other things we take for granted, PWDs often face challenges due to their physical disabilities. With the social stigma PWDs face everyday, securing a job is especially hard for them as society often views them as a burden or unable to contribute to the community. This has greatly impacted not just their livelihood, but their self-esteem as well, despite their individual talent and skills. At PSC, we [...]

Overcoming Challenges as an Entrepreneur with Disabilities2019-09-25T01:16:34+08:00
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