Labour Day special: Same grind, new challenges

  • Family
  • Friday, 01 May 2020

On this Labour Day, workers ponder the prospects of their jobs more than ever before.

We mark Labour Day today in the most challenging of times. Never has the future of workers been more uncertain.

Bank Negara estimates that the country’s unemployment rate could rise to 4% (629,000 people) but analysts, employers and unions view this as an extremely conservative figure.

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