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Traders at farmers' markets and public markets will soon need to provide e-wallet payment methods, as part of requirements to renew their licences, say Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has announced that Community Internet Centres (PIK) nationwide will be mobilised as help centres for Covid-19 vaccine registration.
The pandemic has made living without a computer harder than ever. Employees are working remotely, kids are going to school via laptop, and grandparents are visiting with their grandkids on screens. At the same time, the pandemic has made it harder to get broken devices fixed, as many big chain stores have ceased offering on-site repairs.
(Reuters) - The National Labor Relations Board's review of ballots from Amazon.com Inc's landmark union election in Alabama will continue on Wednesday, with momentum for future labor organizing at America's second-largest private employer hanging in the balance.
Lori Livingston had been waiting for an eviction hearing since last May, when her original date was postponed as the coronavirus pandemic forced Philadelphia’s courts to close.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Major automakers, parts companies and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union urged U.S. President Joe Biden to support a "comprehensive plan" on electric vehicles and called for hefty government tax credits and numerous other financial incentives.
(Reuters) - The votes on whether to form a union at Amazon.com Inc's sprawling Alabama fulfillment center are set to be reviewed starting on Tuesday, with momentum for future labor organizing at America's second-largest private employer hanging in the balance.
Warong Rider, a delivery service that is scheduled to begin operations in Melaka this fasting month, is set to offer an alternative for the people in the state to purchase food from the Ramadan bazaars.
If organisers succeed in Bessemer, where nearly 6,000 people work, it could set off a chain reaction across Amazon’s operations nationwide, with thousands more workers rising up and demanding better working conditions.
Some of the top livestreamers in South Korea can earn up to RM200,000 a month playing online games in their pyjamas.