Tag: Civil servants
The ex-PM also notes that taxes on digital services are being introduced.
The MB says individuals' personal political leanings will not be questioned, but the state does not encourage its employees to be active in opposition politics.
Former Cuepacs secretary-general AH Ponniah says the government has no choice but says any change should go through a royal commission
The union says pension is a form of appreciation from the government.
Pension is critical to survival for some, but a former senior civil servant says it's outdated.
Ismail Abu Bakar says a decision is only possible next year as continuity is needed in the police and armed forces.
Prime minister says the Cabinet has yet to discuss the proposal to place new civil servants on a contract scheme.
Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says more discussions will be held regarding the matter before any Cabinet decision is made.
Public Service Department director-general Borhan Dolah says the contractual scheme will allow better pay, welfare and protection.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad explains why his administration cannot simply hand out financial assistance unlike the previous government.
On Thursday the government decrees that Hong Kong's 180,000 civil servants must remain politically neutral.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad will meet PH and opposition leaders on Wednesday to ensure constitutional amendments can be realised.
Raja Kamarul Bahrin says banks are 'not being flexible' when it comes to approving loans.
Cuepacs president Azih Muda says most civil servants cannot afford to buy houses due to the exorbitant prices.
Psychologist Geshina Ayu Mat Saat welcomes Cuepacs' suggestion but says one should not depend on psychology alone to address the stress affecting civil servants.
The prime minister's special adviser on media and communications further adds it is also the rakyat's responsibility to ask them to reconsider their positions.
The Prime Minister's Office says civil servants from Grade 56 and below will receive the money on May 24.
William Leong says there are those who view the axing of the 52 students as an indication of some demanding political allegiance.
The speaker of the Penang assembly says department heads must work hand-in- hand with legislators after an assemblyman complained that a DID official refused to utter even one word over flood problems raised by him numerous times.
Of these, 140 were charged, says deputy minister Hanipa Maidin.
The prime minister says besides shunning corruption, government servants should carry out their duties to the best of their abilities.
P Waytha Moorthy says the PH government is in the final stages of engagement with various groups, but also notes that civil servants are too rigid when it comes to citizenship applications.
Deputy Minister Md Farid Md Rafik says the government is looking at ways to 'optimise' unfilled positions in the civil service.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says the number of civil servants cannot be reduced at one go.