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Proposal to extend Socso coverage to Malaysians working in Singapore needs study.
PETALNG JAYA: The newly gazetted minimum wage of RM1,200, which will cover 56 cities and municipal councils from Feb 1, will be unfair to local workers and employers, says the Association of Employment Agencies Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: The controversial RM1,200 minimum wage has been gazetted and will officially encompass 56 city and municipal council areas from Feb 1.
From OVERWORKED of Subang Jaya.
PETALING JAYA: The RM1,200 minimum wage has been gazetted by the government, and will take effect across 56 council and municipal council areas.
From DR J. V. ANANDAN, Associate professor (retired) Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics, Wayne State University, Detroit, United States.
From CP LEE, Penang
THE new RM1,200 minimum wage will not be implemented on Jan 1,2020, unlike what was announced earlier by the Human Resources Ministry, according to the SME Association of Malaysia, reported Sin Chew Daily.
MELAKA: The state government aims to bring in more technology-related investments to ensure better pay for its graduates.
PETALING JAYA: The Human Resources Ministry will provide all assistance to the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) to settle the issue of possible deregistration by the Registrar of Societies (RoS), which the federation of trade unions has dismissed as “publicity”.