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21North Johor Group Meetings21 November 2018
21Melaka Area Meetings21 November 2018
27Kelantan Area Meetings27 November 2018
29Workshop on Managing and Handling Probationers29 November 2018
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 21Behavioral Events Interviewing Skills21 - 22 November 2018
 26Occupational Safety & Health Act 199426 November 2018
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MEF in the News

Tie wage increase to skillsThe introduction of minimum wages through the National Minimum Wages Council Act 2012 has distorted the labour market and, to a large extent, impacted on the cost of production that has in turn caused inflation to balloon.
The Star  Thursday, 15 November 2018
MEF: End of HRDF levy contribution's a good moveThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF), an opponent of the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) welcomed the move to end the pool fund programme.
The Star  Sunday, 11 November 2018
MEF regrets Putrajaya’s flip-flop on foreign workers levyThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has expressed regret over Putrajaya’s U-turn on the foreign workers’ levy, which must now be fully paid by employers.
Free Malaysia Today  Thursday, 27 September 2018
Govt idea on skilled foreign workers levy slammed by industry playersIndustry players have poured scorn on a measure that requires skilled foreign workers who opt for a permit extension of three years at the end of their 10-year stay to pay a levy of RM8,000 a year.
The Sun  Tuesday, 25 September 2018
Price of goods to stay with new minimum wage: Miri MEFMalaysian Employers Federation (MEF) Miri branch chairman John Teo Peng Yew said business owners would not choose to increase the pricing of goods due to the present economic situation as some of them had yet to fully recover..
The Sun  Thursday, 6 September 2018
MEF: Migrant worker rehiring programme missing the markThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) today claimed that the Immigration Department’s latest undocumented migrant worker rehiring programme misses the mark, as a large number of applications have been rejected.
Malaysiakini  Wednesday, 5 September 2018
Vague and confused over SSTMalaysian Employers Federation executive director Datuk Sham­suddin Bardan felt the SST Act was rushed through in Parliament, which led to little time in understanding its mechanism.
The Star  Wednesday, 5 September 2018
Cover Story: The first 100 days - Employers’ prayer on labourThere needs to be a clear, efficient and transparent hiring process for businesses to engage migrant workers. The elimination of illegal foreign workers can be achieved by ensuring the availability of foreign workers for all sectors..
The Edge Markets  Thursday, 30 August 2018
Employers’ group denies stakeholders agreed to hiking private medical fees by almost 300pcMalaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan said the proposal to allow doctors in private clinics and general practitioners’ to hike their charge to between RM35 and RM125 ― up from RM10 and RM35..
Malay Mail  Wednesday, 29 August 2018
Do Malaysians work too much or too little?MEF executive director Shamsuddin Bardan, alleging that Malaysian productivity is low, told FMT the likely cause was the number of off-days given to workers.
Free Malaysia Today  Tuesday, 28 August 2018
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