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 Ministry of Economy expects progressive wage policy to incur minimal additional costs to employers  The progressive wage policy is expected to involve minimal additional costs to employers, as the government intends to provide cash incentives to participating employers to offset the increased employee wage costs, the Ministry of Economy said.The Edge Malaysia   |   Wednesday, 25 October 2023
 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
 Activate responsive economic assistance programmes  The Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) recently released the statistics on Salaries & Wages for Malaysia for the 2022 calendar year.New Straits Times   |   Wednesday, 4 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
 Gaji diklasifikasikan sulit, tidak perlu dipamerkan kepada umum - MEF  Presiden MEF, Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman, berkata ini kerana gaji adalah perkara yang diklasifikasikan sebagai sulit dan tidak perlu dipamerkan kepada umum.Berita Harian   |   Monday, 28 August 2023
 MEF opposes wage transparency, citing risk of limiting entitled remuneration  Its president Datuk Dr Syed Hussain Syed Husman argues that omitting pay scales from job advertisements allows candidates to justify their salary expectations based on their experience and skill sets.New Straits Times   |   Sunday, 27 August 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 shocked at Rafizi’s progressive wage remarks  MEF president Syed Hussain Syed Husman said it was not within the purview of the economy ministry, but the human resources ministry, to handle policies related to wages.Free Malaysia Today   |   Thursday, 13 July 2023
 MEF opposes making annual pay raise mandatory  The Malaysian Employers’ Federation (MEF) today said it was inappropriate for the government to make it mandatory for private sector employers to grant annual salary increments.theVibes.com   |   Thursday, 13 July 2023
 Employers federation pans Rafizi Ramli’s mandatory salary hike idea  The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has taken to task Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli over the government’s plan to unveil a progressive wage model (PWM) that could entail making annual salary increments mandatory.The Edge Malaysia   |   Thursday, 13 July 2023
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