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| October 9, 2017
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Malaysians spent an average of RM4,033 per month, an increase of 6% from 2014, latest statistics show. More ››

| September 20, 2017
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Some 56% of respondents also feel that their household's financial situation has worsened. More ››

| September 5, 2017
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PKR vice -president Rafizi Ramli also accuses BNSC deputy director Eric See-To of being the 'mahaguru' deified by Umno... More ››

| August 26, 2017
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Malaysian Trades Union Congress says pay expectation is understandable but Malaysian Employers' Federation says it is unrealistic. More ››

| January 21, 2017
Ng-Yeen-Seen

Think tank says the key to higher wages is better productivity. More ››

January 17, 2017
COMMENT
br1m

BR1M should rightly only be targeted at people who are handicapped, or who have suffered misfortune, or who are... More ››

| January 4, 2017
buruh

It says forcing employers to pay the levy will cause inflation and lead to an outflow of billions... More ››

| June 7, 2016
nawawi

Angry netizens share Nawawi Ahmad’s comments on Facebook. More ››

May 27, 2016
Malaysian Statistics Department

In 2015, the mean monthly salary and wage of employees with tertiary education was RM3,854 and those with secondary... More ››

| March 16, 2016
psm

PSM's Rani Rasiah says locals willing to work 3D jobs if wages are higher. More ››

| November 4, 2013
Aligan

Alagan who was the pioneer in championing monthly wages for civil servants has been denied of pension privileges. More ››

June 13, 2013
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The Prime Minister says while employers rake in huge profits, employees are being paid below minimum wage More ››

| January 3, 2013
COMMENT
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The new minimum wage policy at RM900 for workers in Peninsular Malaysia and RM800 in Sabah and Sarawak is... More ››

| November 20, 2012
wong ho leng

Sarawak cabinet ministers "don’t know the people’s problems and they don’t know their own problems", claims a legislator from... More ››

| October 11, 2012
COMMENT
rosmah mansor

Permata has thus far sucked up RM2 billion of taxpayers' money. It's the black hole in Najib’s budget... More ››

| July 24, 2012
civil servants

There are 85,498 civil service staff from Peninsular Malaysia who are attached to government agencies in Sabah. More ››

| July 18, 2012
KWSP

Sarawak women have launched a Facebook petition against the federal government's decision to raise the age limit of EPF... More ››

| May 2, 2012
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Goods are more expensive in Sabah and Sarawak because of the federal government's cabotage rules, say Pakatan Rakyat MPs. More ››

| May 2, 2012
workers

Civil right movements claim minimum wage is only one of the woes affecting workers. More ››

| April 30, 2012
Workers

The rally will hear 14 resolutions including matters related to minimum wage and union busting More ››

November 25, 2011
COMMENT
malaysian

How is it that the cost of so many basic food items and day to day consumable items end... More ››

October 7, 2011
COMMENT
tony-pua

The announcement of the budget left much to be desired as little has changed beyond tweaking the budget of... More ››

| June 30, 2011
oil-palm

Declining numbers of estate workers in Sarawak's rapidly expanding plantation sector is worrying State Land Development Minister James Masing. More ››

| June 28, 2011
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Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak promises to introduce changes if the younger generation gives him the mandate in the... More ››

| June 2, 2011
Food

Poor families will experience greater hardship with hikes in the electricity tariff and the prices of essential items, says... More ››

| April 30, 2011
COMMENT
singapore1

It will be a defining moment for PAP when the city-state goes to the polls on May 7. More ››

| April 25, 2011
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More than 500 people are expected to attend a rally asking for wage increases in the face of rising... More ››

| January 13, 2011
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Differing provisions in the laws between Sabah and the peninsula are affecting the labour situation in the state. More ››