Group: New minimum wage delayed


Compiled by C. Aruno, Ng Zhequn and R. Aravinthan

THE new RM1,200 minimum wage will not be implemented on Jan 1,2020, unlike what was announced earlier by the Human Resources Ministry, according to the SME Association of Malaysia, reported Sin Chew Daily.

Its president Datuk Michael Kang told the newspaper that during a closed-door meeting with the ministry on Tuesday, the proposed law is said to have yet been gazetted.

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