Minimum wage to be known in August


PUTRAJAYA: Workers can rejoice because there will be an increase in the minimum wage but not as high as that promised in Pakatan Harapan’s election manifesto.

The new government had said last week that it may put off that pledge for now but the Human Resources Ministry now says the new minimum wage for the private sector will be announced by August.

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