Reconsider induction courses, Sabah urged


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  • Tuesday, 28 Dec 2004

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Progressive Party wants the Government to reconsider the policy that requires foreign workers to undergo induction courses beginning next year. 

SAPP deputy president Datuk Tham Nyip Shen said there was a fear that the latest policy for new workers to undergo a 20-hour induction course might have an adverse effect on Sabah’s oil palm industry. 

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