Incorporating Employment (Amendment) Act 2022
jQuery Carousel
Member Login

  User ID
Forgot Password

MEF Academy Events
 05[MSOSH] Occupational Safety and Health Coordinator Trained Person5 - 7 December 2023 (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
 06[JB] HR FOR BEGINNERS (English)6-7 December 2023 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 12[IT] Microsoft Excel Essential Skills (Level 1 & 2) 12-13 December 2023 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 12[IT] PowerPivot: Powerful Data Analysis and Data Modelling in Microsoft Excel 12-13 December 2023 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 14[Meridian Communications] How to Handle Journalists and the Tough & Tricky Media Questions, and Act Pre-emptively to Overcome Media Crises & Controversies14 December 2023 (9.00 AM – 5.30 PM)
 19[JB] MANAGING AND HANDLING PROBATIONERS19 December 2023 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 20[IT] Tasks Automation with Microsoft Excel Macro / VBA (Fundamental & Intermediate) 20-21 December 2023  (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 20[AeU-MEFA] Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) - January Intake 2024 January Intake 2024
 09[Face to Face] Harness the power of AI for HR9 – 10 January 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 18[Face to Face] (MC) A Practical Guide for Human Resources Practitioners on SOCSO’s Legislation – Employees’ Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) 18 January 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)

Survey Summaries

MEF Survey on the Preparedness of Companies for Business Continuity During and After MCO (19 April – 1 May 2020)
Published on 9 February 2022

MEF conducted the third survey on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic from 19 April – 1 May 2020 to obtain feedback and comments from members with regards to the preparedness of companies to business continuity during MCO and CMCO.

The survey findings showed that:

  • Some financial measures that have been adopted by respondent companies as part of their overall business risk and continuity plan by the respondent companies included:
    • Implementing cost containment measures (69.0%)
    • Deferring or cancelling planned investments (44.0%)
    • Changing company financing repayments and deferments (41.3%)
    • Review and closure of non-performing outlets (14.8%)
    • Initiation of rent negotiations with landlords (40.0%)
  • 64.5% of the respondent companies have responded rapidly and robustly to maintain business continuity by activating their incident management teams to manage the business disruptions while 63.4% of the companies have activated their strategic crisis management teams to oversee strategic business changes caused by the impact of COVID-19.
  • As a step to strengthen overall preparedness in the face of supply chain disruption, the respondent companies have adopted the following measures:
    • Identify a list of critical suppliers in response to COVID-19 (69.8%)
    • Review the business continuity plans of key suppliers to ensure continuity of service (65.9%)
    • Prioritise suppliers for review based on operating location (56.5%)
    • Contact suppliers who are currently not required (43.5%)
    • Move to source goods from local suppliers (45.6%)
    • Appoint additional suppliers to ensure continuity of goods (40.8%)

covid-19,  pandemic
/Side Banners/NMI_Mar2023.jpg
/Side Banners/PublicHoliday.jpg
/Side Banners/Membership-with-a-Click.jpg
/Side Banners/TalentCorp_170x55.jpg
/Side Banners/KWSP_170x104.jpg
/Side Banners/ace_170x153.jpg
/Side Banners/cape_170x50.jpg
/Side Banners/ioe_170x95.jpg
/Side Banners/ilo_170x90.jpg

   ©  Copyright 2023 Malaysian Employers Federation  |  All Rights Reserved.