It is my pleasure to inform members of MEF’s latest five publications.
The new publications are:
1. MEF Salary Survey for Executives 2017
2. MEF Salary Survey for Non Executives 2017
The MEF Salary Survey for Executives and Non Executives 2017 reports are comprehensive, reliable and useful reference tools for compensation analysis and has assisted employers in making informed decisions on the salary for a wide range of executive and non executive positions in Malaysia. The Reports which are highly demanded, represent the twenty third in the annual series of salary survey reports since 1995.
A comprehensive coverage of 167 benchmark positions covering 18,810 Executives’ salaries of 265 members from manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors is shared with employers in the 2017 Executive survey report while the Non Executives Report covered 101 benchmark positions of 33,646 Non Executives’ salaries An important feature of the Reports is the inclusion of the Forecast of salary increase and bonus for 2018 as given by participating companies are compared to that granted in 2017.
3. MEF Compensation & Benefits Survey for Sales & Marketing 2017
The Survey was conducted in response to the demand for comprehensive compensation guide for sales/marketing employees. A total of 96 companies participated in the Survey. The 2017 edition updates the data of a similar survey that was conducted in 2010. The Survey analysis serves as a reference guide in comparing selected 37 benchmark positions for Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Call Center, Customer Service and Retail Store.
The Report on sales compensation addresses the critical areas to be incorporated in any company’s total rewards strategy and provides a comprehensive analysis of the latest trend and best practices in recruitment policies, salary, commission and incentive pay structure as well as benefits granted to the sales/marketing personnel.
4. The Analysis of Collective Agreements & Awards on Terms and Conditions of Employment, 2016
The twelfth edition of this Report contains analysis of salaries and terms of employment of 304 collective agreements given cognisance by the Industrial Court in 2016 and 41 Industrial Court Awards in 2016 that disputed on terms and conditions of employment. It serves as the essential reference guide for the unionised companies and IR/HR practitioners. The Report analysed in-depth the articles in the CAs which included the terms of employment, leaves entitlement, salary adjustment, annual increment, bonus, salary structure, allowances and benefits and salary data by Union, Industry and Location.
5. Practical Guide on Compliance with the Employment Act of Malaysia
This book is published as the latest IR series publications as a continuous effort and commitment to provide an updated guide and information for the better understanding and management on compliance of the law including the latest procedure on the enforcement of the Employment Act by the Department of Labour, Semenanjung Malaysia. The new Companies Act 2016 (Act 777) which came into operation on 31 January 2017 is also introduced to explain extensively its implication on section 31 of the Employment Act 1955 on Priority of Wages over Other Debts. Samples of Forms introduced by the Department of Labour following the implementation of the Employment (Amendment) Act 2012 are enclosed in the book to facilitate employers’ compliance.
Orders received with full payment before 31 December 2017 are eligible to free courier services within Malaysia. In addition, attractive discounts are offered if you purchase 3 or more publications.