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Implementation of new minimum retirement age lauded

KUALA LUMPUR: An “older” employee can still contribute to a company and might even perform better than a younger colleague, said a unionist.

Motion to have Rozali sacked

SHAH ALAM: The Selangor state government will table a motion to have Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) executive chairman Tan Sri Rozali Ismail sacked at its board meeting early next month.

Should EPF withdrawal age be reviewed?

Members and experts share their suggestions on what might work in the best interest of EPF contributors.

Should EPF withdrawal age be reviewed?

Members and experts share their suggestions on what might work in the best interest of EPF contributors.

'Fears over GST unfounded'

PETALING JAYA: The public’s fears over the goods and services tax (GST) are unfounded as they would pay less compared to the current sales and service tax (SST), Malaysian Association of Tax Accountants (Mata) president Abd Aziz Abu Bakar said.

Have better deal for HSBC’s staff, urges union

KUCHING: Sarawak Bank Employees’ Union (SBEU) is calling on HSBC Bank to give a better deal to its staff who will be affected by the bank’s decision to close down its commercial banking business in the state.

Good move to cut costs but more needs to be done, Government told

PETALING JAYA: The Government’s initiative to cut costs on 11 fronts is a good move but it needs to do more to convince people that it is reducing expenditure for the benefit of the people, said Fomca.

Groups against agencies handling maid supply

PETALING JAYA: Leaving it to selecte­d maid agencies to decide and dictate the cost of hiring domestic workers is dangerous as it will lead to a monopoly, groups representing those who hire maids said.

'I doubt Khalid will meet us'

KLANG: The dismissed PKNS Hold­ings contract staff have written to Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim to meet with them but they are not sure if the meeting will take place.

Without fear or favour

News of a call by eateries for authorities to stop operations to weed out illegal foreign workers is disturbing. This clearly shows a blatant disregard for the law.