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Higher wages, lower satisfaction

PETALING JAYA: Whenever there is a change in minimum wages, there is often minimum satisfaction all around.

Eatery owners puzzled over paying ‘old’ levy

PETALING JAYA: Business owners and operators in the service sector are in the dark over the extension levy fee just over a month after its official implementation in March.

Industry players welcome the good news

PETALING JAYA: The move by the government to lower the extension levy fees for foreign workers has been lauded as a “win-win” situation for the nation’s economy although there are still some concerns among industry players.

Waiter slapped for asking customer to stop puffing

SHAH ALAM: A mamak restaurant waiter who politely told a group of three men to stop smoking in the eatery got a rude shock when he was slapped and scolded.

Eateries fear no-smoking rule will hurt business

ALTHOUGH most people have accepted the ban on smoking in eateries, owners fear their business will be affected and this has been proven over the past few days.

Report errant smokers in eateries, says Johor Health Dept

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Health Department is ready to ensure smokers abide by tighter rules when the smoking ban at all eateries takes off on the first day of 2019.

Health Minister: People’s health comes first

IPOH: The smoking ban at all open-air eateries will be implemented in January, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

I know smoking ban at open-air eateries is unpopular, but health comes first, says Dr Dzulkefly

IPOH: Despite being "unpopular" for the move to ban smoking at open-air eateries, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says the health of the people was more important.

Call to give patrons space to light up

COFFEE shop and eatery operators have proposed for designated smoking areas within their business premises instead of a complete smoking ban at all open-air outlets.

Eateries courting foreign tourists

PETALING JAYA: With local fare being a hit among tourists, Malaysian restaurants look to woo an international crowd.