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 MEF: Industries require foreign workers to run at full speed  The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) said while the Covid-19 pandemic provided employers the impetus towards increased automation, mechanisation and digitalisation, the availability of foreign workers still remains a critical factor.New Straits Times   |   Monday, 5 April 2021
 Raw deal for local workers  MEF executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan said this would be due to several factors: the foreign worker levy now imposed on employers rather than employees, the implementation of the Employee Insurance Scheme (EIS)..The Sun   |   Monday, 8 January 2018
 2018 another tough year for job seekers  The bleak outlook is partly driven by increasing operating costs due to the new Employment Insurance System (EIS) scheme and the new foreign worker levy policy, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) said.The Malaysian Insight   |   Monday, 1 January 2018
 Expect bleak job market next year  Experts say companies will be cautious about creating new positions and fresh graduates will either have to settle for low paying jobs or drive for ride-hailing services like Uber or run food-truck businesses.Free Malaysia Today   |   Wednesday, 8 November 2017
 Poll on EIS  The Poll on EIS which was conducted in April 2017 posed a question on MEF website on “Do you agree with the Government’s proposal to set up Employment Insurance System (EIS) where both employers and employees are expected to contribute certain percentage of monthly wages?”Survey Summaries   |   Tuesday, 31 October 2017
 EIS: Safety net or unnecessary cost, asks MEF  The Malaysian Employers Federation raises concerns over how the EIS was pushed through and its implications on Malaysia as an investment destination.Free Malaysia Today   |   Thursday, 26 October 2017
 MEF says Riot gave misleading account of insurance payout  The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) says the human resources minister has given a “misleading statement” about the Employment Insurance System (EIS) payout to employees who are terminated or retrenched.Free Malaysia Today   |   Monday, 16 October 2017
 MEF & MTUC debate the Employment Insurance System  Beginning 2018, all private sector employees are required to pay 0.2% of their salaries to the EIS, an insurance for retrenchment. We bring in MEF and MTUC to discuss their thoughts (and concerns) from the employees and employer’s point of view.Astro Awani   |   Wednesday, 11 October 2017
 三苏丁:就业保险计划 “政府应分担保费”  大马雇主联合会执行董事拿督三苏丁认为,政府若有意执行就业保险计划,就应该和雇主及员工同时承担部分的保费,而非强制雇主和雇员投保和各自承担一半保费。China Press   |   Tuesday, 8 August 2017
 僱联:充就业险献金 “建议政府主雇各贡献1令吉”  马来西亚雇主联合会主席丹斯里阿兹曼说,根据过去10年平均被裁员的数据来计算,每年的未偿裁员福利平均只有6500万令吉,而2亿多令吉的献金已足以应付。Guang Ming Daily   |   Tuesday, 8 August 2017
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