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 Salary hike prospects 'bleak'  MEF announced its findings of four latest publications for 2018. The publications focus on the forecast of salary increases and bonuses for 2019. The outlook was "bleak", according to the survey due to the global recession, increasing social costs and political uncertainties following GE14 which were among factors influencing the employers' cautious attitudeThe Star   |   Saturday, 1 December 2018
 MEF's Latest Publications  ​It is my pleasure to inform members of MEF’s latest five publications.   |   Thursday, 30 November 2017
 For employers and employees  Two years after independence in 1957, as Malaya took its first steps on the long (and still ongoing) journey towards developed nation status, a group of employers met in Kuala Lumpur to establish an association.The Star   |   Tuesday, 2 August 2016
 Practical Guidelines for Employers on the Recruitment, Placement, Employment and Repatriation of Foreign Workers in Malaysia  On 19 December 2014 Malaysian Employers Federation launched the Practical Guidelines for Employers on the Recruitment, Placement Employment and Repatriation of Foreign Workers in Malaysia.General News   |   Tuesday, 6 January 2015
 MEF Work-Life Balance Practices 2014  The publication was a follow-up of the MEF Work-Life Balance 2012 with the objective to provide necessary and up-to date information on work-life balance practices to private sector companies in Malaysia.Survey Summaries   |   Thursday, 20 November 2014
 Minimum Wages push up salary levels for Non Executives  Rank and file employees were the major benefactors in anticipation of the implementation of National Minimum Wages as the latest MEF salary survey publications revealed that the nonexecutives were granted the highest ever average salary increases in the past decade.Press Release   |   Monday, 26 November 2012
 Bosses seen less generous next year  Malaysian employers will be less generous with their salary increments and bonuses next year, according to a survey by the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).New Straits Times   |   Friday, 20 November 2009
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