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PETALING JAYA: More clarity is needed on the government’s Work-From-Home (WFH) directive even as the authorities recently announced that up to 10% of those in management and supervisory roles are allowed to work on site, says the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).
PETALING JAYA: Industry players are understanding of the government’s directive for one million workers to work from home but they say there will be a lot of issues in implementing the order.
PETALING JAYA: Employers in the Klang Valley, although inconvenienced by the two-week conditional movement control order (MCO), are now better prepared to adapt to workplace changes having been through the same situation before.
PETALING JAYA: Complying with the Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP) should be the mode of thinking of all employers, says the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).
PETALING JAYA: The government is moving in the right direction by choosing to tighten certain standard operating procedure (SOP) instead of reverting to a blanket nationwide movement control order (MCO), say experts.
KUALA LUMPUR: Three months after Selangor banned foreign workers from working in wet markets, traders are renewing calls to lift the ban as plans to replace foreign labour with local workers have not been successful.
MALAYSIAN Employers Federation executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan believes poor command of the English language among many Bumiputra graduates is the main reason why they find it hard to get jobs in the private sector, which accounts for 90% of employment in the country.
BUSINESS administration, engineering and computing qualifications will continue to be sought after by companies hiring in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.