Dept: Racial polarisation at workplace worrying


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  • Tuesday, 28 Jan 2003

SEREMBAN: Racial polarisation at the workplace is becoming a worrying trend, said National Unity Department director-general Datuk Abdul Rashid Sahad. 

He said the tendency of workers to stick within their own community during breaks seemed to be the norm.  

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