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 24[IT] Manipulating Data Effectively with Microsoft Excel (Level 1 & 2) 24-25 June 2024; 22-23 July 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
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 25INTERPERSONAL & COMMUNICATION SKILLS25-26 June 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 25“HANDLING POOR PERFORMANCE EMPLOYEES” - STRATEGIES TO PREVENT COSTLY CONSEQUENCES 25 June 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 25[NTW] Mandatory Festival Bonus: Why is it Unlawful? and Brief Overview of the Constructive Dismissal25 June 2024 (11am - 12pm)
 25[NTW] GROW with Coaching25 June 2024 (2.30pm – 4.30pm)
 26Handling Work Stress & Time Management26 June 2024 (8.30 AM – 5.00 PM)
 26[KK] “Conducting Domestic Inquiry” - Doing it Right in the Workplace 26 June 2024 (8.30 AM – 5.00 PM)
 27[IT] Optimizing the Power of Microsoft Excel in HR 27-28 June 2024; 18-19 July 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 27[Kuching] HR FOR BEGINNERS27-28 June 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 27Handling Misconduct Relating To Absenteeism 27 June 2024 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
 27[NTW] Take Care our Mental Health (Mandarin)27 June 2024 (10am - 12pm)
 


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 Reduce foreign workers in stages  Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman said the reduction of foreign workers must be done in stages to give enough time to prepare more local workers to take over the jobs.New Straits Times   |   Tuesday, 12 March 2024
 MEF: FOMEMA’s decision to proceed with Implementation of Yearly Health Examination of Foreign Workers and Increased Fee without Prior Consultation is undemocratic  Malaysian Employers' Federation (MEF) was only aware of the requirements for foreign workers to undergo medical examinations every year and the increase in examination rates through FOMEMA's website and its social media.Press Release   |   Thursday, 1 February 2024
 MEF lambasts Fomema’s unilateral decision to tighten medical requirements for foreign workers  In a statement, MEF said that it had been made aware of Fomema’s requirement through its website and social media, without prior discussion and consultation with stakeholders on the matter.The Edge Malaysia   |   Thursday, 1 February 2024
 MEF : Unfair for Fomema to Unilaterally Increase the fees and frequency of Foreign Workers Medical Examination  The President of MEF, Datuk Dr. Syed Hussain Syed Husman P.J.N., J.P., states that “Businesses only get to know about the increase in fees and frequency of the foreign workers when visiting the FOMEMA website. Fomema announced that with effect from 16thDecember 2023 foreign workers need to do medical through FOMEMA every year and also increase their price. Press Release   |   Wednesday, 17 January 2024
 Let excess workers move elsewhere, says MEF  Its president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman said that while there may be oversupply in some sectors as mentioned by Home Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail, there was still a shortage of foreign workers in other sectors, especially in plantation and construction.
The Star   |   Saturday, 21 October 2023
 Association wants a say in matter  The association representing barbershops wants to be directly involved in the distribution of the 7,500 foreign workers who will be allowed into the country.The Star   |   Saturday, 23 September 2023
 雇联:不该为发马亏损买单 反对强制外劳接种加强针  大马雇主联合会(MEF)主席拿督赛胡先表示,政 府不该为了发马公司(Pharmaniaga Berhad)去年面对逾6亿令吉的亏 损而考虑要求外籍员工强制性注射冠病疫苗加强针。Sin Chew Daily   |   Monday, 6 March 2023
 MEF: Unfair to charge employers for foreign workers’ mandatory boosters because of ‘Sinovac overstock’  The Malaysian Employers Federation urges the government to reconsider making Covid-19 vaccine booster shots compulsory for foreign workers, saying they should get the jabs at home before arriving in Malaysia.The Edge Markets   |   Monday, 6 March 2023
 Don't burden employers with foreign workers' Covid-19 vaccine mandate, says MEF  Its president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman said employers should not be forced to bear the additional costs of vaccinating their foreign employees following reports that the government was considering making it compulsory for foreign workers to receive booster shots in Malaysia.The Star   |   Monday, 6 March 2023
 MEF supports action against employers that terminate local employees on securing approval for foreign workers  The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) says it supports the government’s action against employers that terminate local employees after securing approval quota to employ foreign workers.The Edge Markets   |   Thursday, 2 March 2023
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