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 Govt urged to provide clear direction on progressive wage policy, avoid public uncertainty  The government must provide a clear direction on its progressive wage policy and avoid creating uncertainty among the public.New Straits Times   |   Thursday, 19 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
 TVET the new pathway to growth  Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is a new pathway for economic growth that promotes technical competency and attracts more multinational cooperation by offering career opportunities for its graduates, says the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF).The Star   |   Monday, 24 July 2023
 Minimum wage enforcement could set back recovering businesses: MEF  In a statement released by MEF president Datuk Syed Hussain Syed Husman to The Vibes, he said commercial enterprises are now facing additional challenges due to volatile business coupled with the implementation of a minimum wage   |   Wednesday, 5 July 2023
 MEF: Micro enterprises need more time for RM1,500 minimum wage  More time should be given to micro enterprises so that they can implement the RM1,500 minimum wage gradually, says Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman.The Star   |   Wednesday, 31 May 2023
 MEF: Give small firms more time to implement RM1,500 minimum wage  Employers want more time to implement the RM1,500 minimum wage on small firms, which should be done gradually to ensure that it will not hurt micro enterprises, says Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman.The Star   |   Tuesday, 30 May 2023
 Gaji minimum RM1,500 bukan alat tangani kos sara hidup  Presiden Persatuan Majikan-Majikan Malaysia (MEF), Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman berkata kerajaan sudah mengambil langkah wajar untuk memastikan peningkatan kos sara hidup dikawal.Berita Harian   |   Sunday, 30 April 2023
 MEF's RM111b minimum wage claim doesn't add up, says economist  MEF president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman had claimed that employers would have to cough up an additional RM9.25 billion per month, or RM111 billion per year, when the new minimum wage was enforced.New Straits Times   |   Saturday, 31 December 2022
 Questions raised over MEF’s RM111bil 'extra-cost' claim  The Malaysian Employers Federation’s (MEF) claim of a massive RM111 billion cost to be incurred by employers with the implementation of the Employment (Amendment) Act 2022 has drawn flak from a leading economist.Free Malaysia Today   |   Saturday, 31 December 2022
 Grumbling over new minimum wage, employers claim will face extra RM111b cost when implemented next year  Employers are expected to pay additional costs of RM9.25 billion per month or RM111 billion per year for workers once the new employment law is implemented next year, says Malaysian Employers’ Federation (MEF) president Datuk Syed Hussain Syed Husman.Malay Mail   |   Wednesday, 28 December 2022
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