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Fong: Review all pending cases

The Registrar for the Industrial Court has been directed to review all pending cases so that they do not exceed six months.

Proposal 'will add to court backlog'

The proposal to automatically refer complaints of dismissed workers to the Industrial Court if they could not be resolved by the Industrial Relations Department within six months will only add on to the court#8217;s backlog of cases, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) said.

Proposal 'will add to court backlog'

The proposal to automatically refer complaints of dismissed workers to the Industrial Court if they could not be resolved by the Industrial Relations Department within six months will only add on to the court#8217;s backlog of cases, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) said.

Govt maintains GDP forecast

Terms for M'sians working abroad to return eased

The Government has made it easier for Malaysians working abroad to return home for good under the #8220;Application of the Malaysian Professional Working Abroad#8221; scheme.

Bar supports MTUC proposal

The Bar Council supports the MTUC proposal that there be automatic referral to the Industrial Court if the Industrial Relations Department is unable to resolve the complaints of dismissed workers within six months.

Dividend of at least 5% proposed

The MTUC has suggested to the Government that a dividend rate of at least 5% be given to the 3.64 million active Employees Provident Fund contributors to ensure they enjoy comfort upon retiring.

PM: EPF cut will add RM70m to the economy

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has defended the Government decision to reduce the employees' EPF contribution to 9%, saying the reduction can boost consumption by up to RM2bil a year.

Abdullah criticises MTUC for picketing against EPF

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi criticised the MTUC for staging pickets in front of EPF offices nationwide yesterday to protest against the 4.25% dividend announced for last year.

Cuepacs welcomes bonus and 2% EPF reduction

Cuepacs welcomed the reduction in employee EPF contribution from 11% to 9% and the half month#8217;s bonus payment to civil servants.