Gamuda to increase minimum wages for foreign workers, entry pay for graduates

PETALING JAYA: The minimum wage from RM1,200 to RM1,600 for foreign workers will be increased from May 1 of this year, as well as the entry-level pay for graduates, says construction company Gamuda Bhd.

It said in a statement on Wednesday (March 23) that group “In line with our commitment to make changes for the better and to mitigate against worsening social inequity, Gamuda has decided that it is timely to revise our internal minimum wage policy for our workforce across the group," it said.

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