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S’wak MTUC urges GPS to reform state’s governance

KUCHING: The new Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) coalition has been urged to reform its governance of the state and be an effective Opposition bloc at the Federal level.

From the rubber estate to Putrajaya

The newly-minted Human Resources Minister pledges to do his best for all the ‘common workers’, especially in strengthening their social security net.

Trades union man knows plight of the people

SINCE winning the Kota Damansara state seat in the 14th general election, Shatiri Mansor has been busy visiting schools and mosques as well as meeting people in the constituency.

‘Pay cut should be extended to top-level civil servants’

PETALING JAYA: While Malay­sians praise the 10% pay cut for all ministers as announced by Prime Mi­­nister Tun Dr Mahathir Moha­mad, experts are suggesting similar measures be extended to MPs and high-ranking civil servants.

MTUC raises workers’ issues to advisory team

KUALA LUMPUR: Cost of living, job security, lack of preparation and the upskilling of workers for industry 4.0 are among the key issues raised by the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) to the newly set-up Team of Eminent Persons.

Bank Negara: RM2,700 provisional estimate of living wage

KUALA LUMPUR: The monthly income of RM2,700 published in Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) 2017 Annual Report is a provisional estimate of a living wage for a single adult in the capital, which does not refer to the median income.

PM: We’ll raise minimum wage

KUALA LUMPUR: The minimum wage will be raised, along with payment for retrenched workers, if the Barisan Nasional government retains power in the general election.

Workers rally for better pay

SUBANG JAYA: Hundreds of local and foreign workers gathered in front of Wisma MTUC here calling for better wages and an end to workplace discrimination.

Workers call for better wages and end to discrimination

SUBANG JAYA: Hundreds of local and foreign labourers gathered in front of Wisma MTUC here calling for better wages and an end to workplace discrimination.

Najib: Minimum wage will be increased if Barisan wins

KUALA LUMPUR: The present minimum wage of between RM920 for Sabah and Sarawak and RM1,000 for Peninsula Malaysia will be increased to a new rate which will be announced later this year, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced.