PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional is looking into the grouses relating to staff promotions and union matters that were raised in Parliament as well as in a letter sent by its unions.
Tenaga vice-president (investment management) Datuk Nik Ibrahim Nik Mohamed said the chief executive office was reviewing the issues and would respond in due course.
The top management is studying it (unions letter) and will review the issues and settle it amicably, he told The Star after opening the TNB-Lensa Malaysia Photo Gallery.
Last week, parliamentarians spoke about TNBs performance and complained that it had recruited outsiders and placed them in top management positions without considering long serving, qualified and experienced staff.
Tenagas top management then organised a briefing and dinner for some of the Backbenchers Club MPs to clarify the issues.
In a separate development, three staff unions representing 24,000 employees wrote to voice their grievances that the management must correct to increased staff efficiency.
The three Tenaga unions were the Amalgamated Employees Union, the Executives Association and the Junior Officers Union (JOU).
The issues included promotions, recruitment of inexperienced personnel and disciplinary matters.
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