MTUC chief questions exit policy


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  • Thursday, 08 Dec 2011

PETALING JAYA: MTUC president Mohd Khalid Atan has questioned the new exit policy in the civil service announced by the Government.

Mohd Khalid, who stressed that it was his personal view, said the policy was tantamount to the Government victimising its staff and this could be abused to nurture favouritism.

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