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The average salary increase for executives for 2014 was 5.53 per cent, and for the non-executives the average salary increased by 5.43 per cent in 2014.
The Budget 2015 that focussed on incentives for automation, skills development and efforts to encourage more women to join the job market will pave the way for a more competitive and employable Malaysian workforce while reducing dependence on foreign workers.
Please be informed that MEF branch office in Penang will be relocated to a new premises with effect from 19 August 2014.
Tan Sri Azman Shah Dato’ Seri Haron was elected as President of the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) at the MEF Council Meeting held after the Federation’s Annual General Meeting 2014 at the Holiday Villa Hotel in Subang Jaya today.
Economic growth for next year could be affected when the estimated 500,000 foreign workers register under the 6P programme return to their countries next month.
If policies on employment of foreign workers are not changed, Malaysia will end up becoming a "training ground" for them, the Malaysia Federation (MEF) said.
Malaysia is among the top five countries in the world where employees expect a good pay rise and year-end bonus, according to a survey.
The government is set to introduce a deposit mechanism in embassies to repatriate immigrants who abused their visas or completed their employment contract.
The lack of emphasis on English in school and poor quality of teachers are among the reason Malaysian fresh graduates still struggle with the language, according to employers.
There have been so many silly remarks and statements by some Malaysian politicians and one-man show non-governmental organisations that it is becoming impossible to keep track of their comedy acts.
In order to retain the employees, at least 2 months of bonuses will be granted to employees next year. Almost half of the participating companies will take into account the implementation of GST in forecasting the salary increase for 2015.
The Average Forecasted Bonus for Executives for 2015 was 2.19 months as compared to 2.20 months of Actual Bonus granted in 2014. The Forecasted Bonus for Non Executives was higher at 2.06 months as compared to 1.92 months of Actual Bonus in 2014.
Overall Average Forecasted Salary Increase for Executives in 2015 is 5.89% which was higher than 5.53% of Actual Salary Increase in 2014.
The salary increment of both executives and non-executives dropped this year compared with 2013, according to a survey by the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).
e proposed exemption for micro companies or employers to pay minimum wage to their workers is tantamount to denying the rights of the workers, Human Resources Minister Richard Riot Jaem said.
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MEF Publications 2014
Legal & Practical Guide on Fixed Term Contracts of Employment
National Wages Consultative Council Act 2011 and Minimum Wages Order 2012
Practical Guide to Human Resources
'Criminal' Misconduct in Employment (Guide & Commentary - Second Edition)
Personal Data Protection Act 2010 [Act 709] and Regulations
Employment Act 1955 (Act 265) and Regulations & Children and Young Persons (Employment) Act 1966 (Act 350) [as at 1st April 2012]
MEF Publications 2013
Extension of Retirement Age in Private Sector
Publications on Industrial Relations Series (2007 - 2011)
Preliminary f Forecast
Exemption of Human Resources Development Levy on Part-Time Workers
Clarification on the Requirement for Overseas Trainers to Attend PSMB’s Train-The-Trainer Programme
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