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Malaysia Ratifies ILO Convention No. 131 : Minimum Wage Fixing Convention 1970

On 7 June 2016, the Malaysian delegation which was led by the YB Minister of HR, Dato' Sri Richard Riot Anak Jaem deposited documents relating to the ratification of Convention 131 to Mr Guy Ryder ,the DG of ILO during the International Labour Conference in Geneva Switzerland.

9 June 2016
 

Media Centre > Press Release  
MEF Surveys: HRDF has no right to consolidate 30% of employers’ funds

The results of the MEF Surveys on ‘Implementation of Consolidated Fund from Unutilised Levy of 1MyGRIP & Establishment of 30% Common Pool from Employer Contribution to HRDF’ were announced by MEF President..

17 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
MEF slams Nufam for defending those sleeping on the job

Nufam's comment has put the country in a bad light as investors consider the work ethics of a nation before investing, says Malaysian Employers Federation Executive Director Shamsuddin Bardan.

Free Malaysia Today 22 June 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
Press Digest - Sleeping on the job is not Malaysian culture says MEF

Malaysia Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan said sleeping on the job is not acceptable, and definitely not a "Malaysian work culture".

The Sun 19 June 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
大马雇主联合会:「上班睡觉非大马文化」

他表示,无论是在多个领域,如製造业、生產业还是服务业,员工在工作时间睡觉都是不被容许的事情,若一名职员在上班时间睡觉被发现,公司管理层確实有必要对其採取纪律行动。

Oriental Daily News 18 June 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
ILO: Malaysia ratifies international labour connvention on minimum wage

Malaysia is the first among Asean member countries and the fifth country in Asia to ratify the International Labour Convention on minimum wage.

The Sun 9 June 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
MEF: Don't hire refugees until legal framework in place

Employers should not hire refugees until the proper legal framework is put in place by the Government, said Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan.

The Star 26 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
僱主聯合會:91%會員反對 人資發展公司更改基金用途

大馬僱主聯合會指出,91%僱主反對人力資源發展有限公司(PSMB)將僱主貢獻給“一馬全球認證行業及專業證書”(1MyGRIP)的稅捐,轉為統一基金。

China Press 18 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
雇联反对未使用人资发展税捐转为基金

91% 雇主贡献给‘一马全球认证行业及专业证书’计划未来使用的人资发展税捐,转为统一基金。人力资源发展有限公司不应该漠视企业之心声,更公平的做法是退还未使用的税捐。

Sin Chew Jit Poh 18 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
90%雇主指欠公平 反对人资发展基金2措施

根據大马雇主联合会(MEF)民调,高达90%以上的受访雇主公司强烈反对政府把人力资源发展基金(HRDF)会员贡献予一马全球认证工业及专业证书课程计划(1MalaysiaGRIP)..

Nanyang Siang Pau 18 May 2016
 

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MEF: Credit back HRDF unutilised funds to contributors

An estimated RM45Mil under the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) will be converted into unutilised funds under 1Malaysia Globally Recognised Industry Professional Certificate Programme (1MYGRIP).

The Star 18 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
New minimum wages will force coffee shops to raise prices, reduce workers

The Sabah West Coast Coffee Shop Association yesterday appealed to the government to consider postponing the increase in minimum wages in view of the bad economy.

Borneo Post 4 May 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
More layoffs in the pipeline?

With the minimum wage scheme officially kicked off from July 1, the Malaysian Employers' Federation (MEF) warns that a new round of retrenchments may be in the pipeline..

3 May 2016
 

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SCCI, MEF object to HRDF’s move

The Sarawak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and the Malaysian Employers Federation strongly object to the move by the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) to convert the unutilised portion of employers' contributions..

New Sarawak Tribune 14 April 2016
 

Media Centre > MEF in the News  
SCCI members question unutilised RM800 million under HRDF

Members of the Sarawak Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) voiced their concerns on the lack of information regarding the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) as well as what is going to happen to the RM800 million unutilised funds.

The Borneo Post 14 April 2016
 

 

 

 
   

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