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MEF in the News

Overcome acute shortage of foreign workers fast before billions more in revenue lost: MEFWhile just over 19,000 foreign workers have arrived in Malaysia since early this year, their numbers are far too few compared with the estimated one million additional workers required.
The Sun  Wednesday, 29 June 2022
MEF says 25 ‘reputable’ Bangladeshi agency limit good for business, but MTUC and others disagreeThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has said it supports the government’s creation of a quota for Bangladeshi recruitment agencies as it staves off the perception that Malaysian employers practise forced labour.
Malay Mail  Monday, 27 June 2022
Let the companies decideIndustries should be allowed to decide on the Flexible Working Arrangement (FWA), says the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).
The Star  Sunday, 26 June 2022
Let industries determine flexible work arrangements based on business requirements — MEFFlexible work arrangements (FWAs) should not be dictated to businesses, but let industries themselves determine based on requirements of their business, said the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).
The Edge Markets  Saturday, 25 June 2022
雇联:建议酌情放宽规定 须拟弹性上班指南2022年雇佣(修正)法令9月1日正式生效,大马 雇主联合会(MEF)主席拿督赛胡先向政府提出7项建议,包括制定明确 的弹性工作安排(FWAs)指南,以及展开醒觉活动,教育雇主了解 FWAs。
Sin Chew Daily  Saturday, 25 June 2022
MEF applauds foreign workers' one-stop centreThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has welcomed the recent decision by the government to transfer the one-stop centre for foreign workers approval from the Home Ministry to the Human Resources Ministry.
New Straits Times  Monday, 20 June 2022
雇联:聘外劳申请归人资部管辖 没跨部门盼提高效率马来西亚雇主联合会(MEF)欢迎政府将批准聘 请外劳申请的一站式中心转移至人力资源部的决定,并希望该中心能紧 急地为我国所有经济领域引进外劳,缓解外劳短缺问题。
Sin Chew Daily  Monday, 20 June 2022
雇联会建议设外劳服务台 增派人手提高效率随着负责审批外劳申请的一站式中心从内政部转移至人力资源部后,大马雇主联合会(MEF)建议政府,设立一个“外劳服务台”,专门处理所有涉及外劳的事务。
Nanyang Siang Pau  Monday, 20 June 2022
2022年职工会法案 | 雇联:废总监拒工会注册权 “一职 场多工会 商界噩梦”大马雇主联合会(MEF)主席拿督赛胡先指出,2022年职工会法案废除职工会总监(Director General of Trade Unions,DGTU)可以拒绝职工会注册的权力,以及允许一个职场有多个职工会,将会成为商界的“噩梦”。
Sin Chew Daily  Saturday, 18 June 2022
MEF voices opposition to Bill seeking to remove restrictions on formation of trade unionsThe Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) is opposed to the proposed amendment to the Trade Unions Act 1959 aimed at removing restrictions on the formation of trade unions.
The Edge Markets  Saturday, 18 June 2022
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