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 MEF welcomes govt’s call to review employees’ remuneration  MEF president Datuk Syed Hussain Syed Husman said: “MEF calls on profitable businesses to respond positively to the Prime Minister’s recommendation that private sector employers review the appropriateness of remuneration and rewards for employees, taking into account the current cost of living challenges”Selangor Journal   |   Saturday, 14 October 2023
 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
 ◆独家◆雇联:解决生活成本上涨 调涨工资 非唯一方  大马雇主联合会认同政府落实渐进式薪金制政策,但强调调涨工资不是解决生活成本上涨的唯一解决方案,有关政策也要仔细规划及分阶段落实,确保实现其首要目标,即通过提高生产力和绩效来提高工资。China Press   |   Saturday, 26 August 2023
 MEF: With RM 386.14 billion 2023 budget allocation and prudent management forecasted 4.5% is realistic and achievable  MEF President, Datuk Dr. Syed Hussain Syed Husman P.J.N., J.P. stated that “MEF is supportive of the YAB Dato’ Seri Anwar ‘s efforts to focus on addressing the high cost of living, further strengthening the social safety nets and enhancing the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) eco-system. Press Release   |   Friday, 24 February 2023
 Minimum wage hike does not address high cost of living, says Malaysian Employers Federation  Its president Tan Sri Azman Shah Haron said the government’s move to increase the minimum wage would have limited effect on the economy and that higher minimum wage would largely benefit foreign workers.Malay Mail   |   Wednesday, 23 October 2019
 The Daily Digest: Reforming Malaysia’s Labour Laws  A cost of living allowance of RM300, increased parental leave for mothers and fathers and housing allowances are just some of the labour reforms proposed by 58 unions affiliated with MTUC and some NGOs. We find out more about this in our second story.BFM   |   Wednesday, 12 June 2019
 Painful cost transfers ahead  According to MEF executive director Shamsuddin Bardan, the 90 days maternity leave to be implemented from next January will cause employers to incur additional RM50 million in cost annually.Sin Chew Daily   |   Tuesday, 26 December 2017
 GST, cost of living hamper business as consumers cut spending  The goods and services tax (GST) appears to be taking a toll on a variety of industries, with doctors, retailers, small and medium enterprises and an employment federation saying the tax has reduced business for them.Free Malaysia Today   |   Saturday, 23 September 2017
 Mixed reaction to fresh grads wanting RM3,000 starting pay  Citing the high cost of living expenses including rent, petrol and food, some fresh graduates interviewed by FMT said that a starting salary of RM3,000 was the only way they could satisfactorily make ends meet.Free Malaysia Today   |   Saturday, 26 August 2017
 MEF says ‘NO’ to RM300 Cola  Employers have rejected the Malaysian Trades Union Congress’ (MTUC) proposed RM300 cost of living allowance (Cola) for private sector workers.The Sun   |   Tuesday, 11 February 2014
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