KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 19 – Jobstreet, an online recruitment company, predicts slower hiring in the fourth quarter as employees “stay put” for bonus pay-outs. In a statement today, Jobstreet said based on its Job Outlook Report, 40% of employees would remain with the existing company due to the bonus factor which would be distributed between January and April next year. Meanwhile, 51% of employers are ready to increase salaries, as well as, provide better work arrangement for their employees. The report also said 28% of the respondents forecast that industries such as accounting, sales, marketing and construction industry were expected to be better. However, 43% were planning to fill less than 10 positions for the next three to six months. Among top 10 specialisation which employers sought after in the fourth quarter are sales/marketing, accounting/finance, engineering, computer and information & technology, manufacturing, building/construction, customer services, clerical/general administration, electrical engineering and mechanical/automotive engineering.