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MTUC to hold pickets over low EPF dividend

MTUC will hold pickets in front of all Employees' Provident Fund offices to protest against the lower dividend payout for the year 2002.

MTUC to hold pickets over low EPF dividend

MTUC will hold pickets in front of all Employees' Provident Fund offices to protest against the lower dividend payout for the year 2002.

MTUC plans nationwide pickets

MTUC is planning to hold pickets outside Employees Provident Fund (EPF) offices nationwide to protest the low dividend declared for last year.

MTUC: Socso influencing medical panels

Socso officials should not assist the independent primary and appellate medical panels when evaluating disability claims because the practice goes against natural justice, said the MTUC.

MTUC: Re-election the only way

The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) has suggested to the Director-General of Trade Unions that the only way to resolve the dispute between the two warring factions in the National Union of Bank Employees (NUBE) is through a re-election of its principal office-bearers.

MTUC: Don’t exploit workers

The MTUC has urged employers to refrain from using the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) scare and the Iraq War to exploit workers.

Prolonged war could hurt exports

Malaysia may feel the repercussions of the US-led attack on Iraq if the war were to continue for two to three more weeks.

Protest against unpaid leave move

MTUC will submit a protest letter to the Human Resources Ministry over the recent request by local employers to impose unpaid leave on employees to minimise the impact of the Iraq war on their businesses.

Govt urged to review ties with US and Britain

MTUC has called on the Government to review its diplomatic and trade ties with the United States and Britain in view of their strike on Iraq.

Chan: Scheme must help retirees

A revised annuity scheme for Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contributors will be approved if it benefits the retirees, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Chan Kong Choy.