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PETALING JAYA: With just 24 hours left until the deadline to screen foreign workers for Covid-19, a number of employers are pleading for another month-long extension to get the job done.
PETALING JAYA: Cramped and unsuitable living conditions have contributed to the rapid spread of Covid-19 among foreign workers, but employers have appealed for alternatives and flexibility in providing suitable accommodations.
PETALING JAYA: The initiative to place foreign workers at selected hotels as a temporary move to curb Covid-19 is welcome, though some stakeholders have expressed concern over the cost factor.
TWO university students were crowned gold award winners at the Asia Young Designer Awards (AYDA) 2020 for their “human-centred designs”. Dayana Aripin from Universiti Sains Malaysia and Lim Yee Fah from Taylor’s University took first place in the architecture and interior design categories, respectively, in the recent competition organised by Nippon Paint Malaysia in collaboration with IJM Land Berhad.
TWO landmark judgements by the Federal Court – one in November 2019 and the other just last week – have significant impact on the property sector, as the court’s ruling has thrown a spanner in the works of how developers behave in practice.
THE next couple of years will be the most challenging for property developers in Johor because of the economic slowdown brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
THE Federal Court ruling which requires property developers to calculate late delivery charges based on the date developers accept buyers’ booking fees is expected to impact the property development sector negatively.
PETALING JAYA: Employers are calling on the government to appoint more panel clinics and hospitals to conduct Covid-19 tests to avoid overcrowding at medical facilities.
PETALING JAYA: As enforcement on the mandatory Covid-19 screening for foreign workers commenced on New Year’s Day, employers are calling on the government to consider periodic screening for both local and foreign workers owing to the increasing number of daily cases.
PETALING JAYA: Only 8.5% of foreign workers in targeted areas have been screened for Covid-19 from Dec 1-29, prompting calls for more effective awareness programmes to be carried out by the government.