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 13Tasks Automation with Microsoft Excel VBA/Macro13-14 August 2020
 13Optimizing the Power of Microsoft Excel in Human Resources13-14 August 2020
 14Introduction to Competency Mapping14 August 2020
 17Managing Performance of Work From Home (WFH) Employees17-18 August 2020
 18Power Query: Transforming Your Work Processes using Excel18 August 2020
 18Data Management with PivotTable using Microsoft Excel18 Aug 2020
 18Behavioral Interview Assessment: Using S.T.A.R to validate candidates18-19 August 2020
 18Disciplinary Procedures18-19 August 2020
 24Certified Training Needs Assessor (TNA)24-25 August 2020
 26Time Management and Handling Work Stress - For Non-Executives Post-Covid 19 (Mandarin)26-27 August 2020
 26Memahami Akta Kerja 195526-27 Ogos 2020
 

MEF Press Release

‘Restricting foreign worker construction agriculture and plantation sectors only will devastate manufacturing and services sectors’The government’s decision to restrict foreign workers to only three sectors – construction, agriculture and plantation – would further devastate the operations of industries in other sectors which are trying very hard to recover from the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Thursday, 30 July 2020
  
Employers stumped by contradicting statements on SOP during CMCOMEF strongly urged the government to urgently implement and communicate a clear,consistent and transparent administrative protocol for employers to prevent the spread of Covid‐19 during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period.

Friday, 5 June 2020
  
Employers welcome RM35 billion lifelineThe RM35 billion stimulus package that was announced by the Prime Minister YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has provided employers and employees with a breath of fresh air as they struggle to restart business during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
Friday, 5 June 2020
  
Raising employers’ concerns on increasing minimum wages to RM1,200 for 57 bigger cities and towns is not fear mongeringMEF would like to respond to some of the statements made by Andrew Lo, Datuk Mohammed Shafie Mammal and Gopala Krishnan on the Joint Industry Press Release dated 23 December 2019 regarding the Government’s decision to implement minimum wages of RM1,200 for 57 bigger cities and towns beginning 1 January 2020.
Friday, 27 December 2019
  
Minimum wages: “PH government must share equally increases in minimum wages or maintain status quo”​The Pakatan Harapan Government had not fulfilled their manifesto promise no 34 to equally share the burden of employers arising from increases in minimum wages from 1,000 to RM1,500 during the first term in office.
Monday, 23 December 2019
  
MEF Salary Surveys: Fewer receive increments despite higher quantumMEF President Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Azman Shah Dato’ Seri Haron, who launched the latest MEF publications here today, stated that 88.3% of respondents granted salary increase to executives compared to 92.4% in 2018, while it was 87.6% for non-executives (92.7% in 2018).
Wednesday, 27 November 2019
  
National Labour Advisory Council Technical Committee (NLACTC) Meeting on 11 Nov 2019 to Discuss The Proposed Amendments To The Employment Act 1955 and Trade Unions Act 1959The National Labour Advisory Council Technical Committee (NLAC TC) set up by the Ministry of Human Resources (MoHR) has convened a meeting today, 11 November 2019, to discuss the MoHR’s proposed amendments to the Employment Act 1955 and Trade Unions Act 1959.
Monday, 11 November 2019
  
Parliament urged to reject Kula’s proposed labour lawThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has urged the Dewan Negara to reject the proposed amendments to labour laws as submitted by the Minister of Human Resources YB M. Kula Segaran following his failure to formally consult both the employers’ and workers’ groups on the matter.
Monday, 14 October 2019
  
MEF: Malaysians@Work initiative should work THE Malaysians@Work initiative to create better employment opportunities for youths, women, and the latent workforce and to reduce dependence on low‐skilled foreign workers augurs well with private sector employers.
Friday, 11 October 2019
  
Kula: Uphold tripartism as way forwardMinister of Human Resources YB Tuan M. Kula Segaran urged the stakeholders to uphold the principles of social dialogue and tripartism in formulating labour policies going forward.
Wednesday, 9 October 2019
  
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