Rafizi entitled to talk about what's good for the country, HR minister says
V Sivakumar says while wage issues and policies are under his ministry, he and Rafizi Ramli are both members of the National Economic Action Council.
Rafizi has done nothing concrete to improve economy, says employers federation
The Malaysian Employers Federation slams the minister's announcement of a possible mandatory wage increase plan and reminds him of his main tasks.
Bosses' group against all withdrawals before age 60
The Malaysian Employers Federation says withdrawals at the age of 50 and 55 are not relevant since the retirement age is currently 60.
Bosses group welcomes PM's plan for national mental health care centre
The Malaysian Employers Federation says the people are the country's 'core assets'.
Too many changes too fast, bosses group tells govt
The Malaysian Employers Federation says businesses are still struggling to recover from the impact of Covid-19, and need more time to implement all of the changes scheduled to take effect this year.
Warning of billions in losses, employers repeat call to allow migrants to work
The Malaysian Employers Federation says the country might lose out on the high demand for commodities, manufactured goods and services due to its shortage of manpower.
No work experience necessary – just a sad story
The Malaysian Employers Federation cautions against taking on workers this way, calling it an unhealthy practice.
Economists, NGOs welcome refugee-hiring proposal to ease labour crunch
They say there are enough refugees and undocumented migrants in the country to meet industry needs.
Bosses group moots hiring refugees, undocumented migrants to tackle labour shortage
The Malaysian Employers Federation says short-term measures are needed until all issues concerning foreign labour recruitment can be resolved.
No more pandemic EPF withdrawals, bosses group urges govt
The Malaysian Employers Federation says the government needs to think of other ways of helping the people amid concerns of old-age poverty.
Let corporate offices reopen alongside factories, bosses urge govt
The Malaysian Employers Federation says operations become ineffective when factory offices are allowed to reopen but corporate offices must remain closed.
Bosses group hopes for better days after Cabinet announcement
The Malaysian Employers Federation welcomes the decision to leave the finance and human resources ministries unchanged.
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