Find a common ground for stakeholders on the Employment Act amendments


2023 is forecast to be very challenging economically the world over, and Malaysia will be no exception.

EMPLOYERS should have been given more time to re-consolidate and recover their businesses before the amendments to the Employment Act 1955 are implemented, says Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman.

Many were severely impacted by the Movement Control Order implemented in 2020 and 2021 to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, while 2023 is forecast to be very challenging economically the world over, and Malaysia will be no exception, he points out.

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