Review on minimum wage policy

  • Business
  • Saturday, 24 Jan 2015

THE minimum wage policy is up for a scheduled review this year and the trade unions are asking the Government to increase the current floor of RM900 a month by 30% to RM1,200.

A more realistic figure of RM1,000 had been proposed, but even that may not go down well with employers, many claiming they are still struggling to adjust to the set minimum level.

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