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 Youth group calls for RM2,000 minimum wage  The government is urged to conduct a feasibility study on increasing the current minimum wage from RM1,500 to at least RM2,000 to help Malaysians cope with the rising cost of living.The Star   |   Monday, 11 September 2023
 More calls for review, delay of minimum wage implementation  Malaysian Employers of Federation (MEF) president Datuk Seri Syed Hussain Syed Husman said Malaysian businesses are still grappling with the business recovery efforts due to the devastating impacts of Covid-19 and the big floods in late December 2021.The Malaysian Reserve   |   Tuesday, 22 March 2022
 MEF: Government’s intervention measures needed to mitigate increasing costs of doing business  MEF President Dato’ Dr. Syed Hussain Syed Husman J.P. stated that “there are many details that need to be discussed with the stakeholders before the RM 1500 minimum wages is immediately implemented. The devil is in the details of its execution. Currently many stakeholders are still in the dark on the details of the new minimum wages implementation.Press Release   |   Monday, 21 March 2022
 Announcement on minimum wage 'premature', says MEF  Its president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman said this was because the National Wages Consultative Council (NWCC) will only be meeting to discuss the matter on March 24.New Straits Times   |   Monday, 21 March 2022
 MEF urges govt to delay minimum wage hike implementation  The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has urged the government to postpone the proposed RM1,500 minimum wage implementation that is to take effect on May 1 as it says that many micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are still struggling to survive the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.The Edge Markets   |   Monday, 21 March 2022
 若执意实施最低薪制 雇联:酒店及旅游业恐倒闭  大马雇主联合会(MEF)主席拿督赛胡先表示,酒店业、服务业和旅游业因疫情而面对财务困境,若政府执意全面实施 1500令吉最低薪金制,可能使到这些领域的业者面临倒闭。Sin Chew Daily   |   Monday, 21 March 2022
 雇主联合会:企业挣扎求存 调涨最低薪金非最佳时机  大马雇主联合会指出,国内不少企业仍在挣扎求存,因此目前不是落实1500令吉的最低薪金制最佳时期。China Press   |   Monday, 21 March 2022
 Majikan perlu pulih tempias Covid-19  Presiden Persekutuan Majikan-Majikan Malaysia (MEF), Datuk Dr. Syed Hussain Syed Husman berkata, pihaknya juga terbuka untuk mengadakan perbincangan bagi meningkatkan gaji minimum selepas keadaan kembali pulih sepenuhnya.Utusan Malaysia   |   Sunday, 13 March 2022
 Pekerja asing untung terima kenaikan gaji minimum  Pengarah Eksekutifnya, Datuk Shamsudin Bardan, berkata pekerja asing yang lebih ramai dalam pasaran buruh negara, terutama di peringkat bawahan akan menggunakan 'lebihan' gaji diterima untuk dihantar ke negara asal masing-masing.Berita Harian   |   Tuesday, 15 February 2022
 Minimum wage increase will only benefit foreign workers, says MEF  MEF executive director Datuk Shamsuddin Bardan said this was because foreign workers would send back the 'surplus' of their salaries to their home countries instead of spending their earnings here, thus not contributing to Malaysia's economic growth.
New Straits Times   |   Tuesday, 15 February 2022
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