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30% of employers not complying with minimum wage ruling

Employers given a grace period of one month to buck up.

Gaji minimum ikut sektor bukan dilaksana sekarang, kata menteri

Menteri Sumber Manusia, M Kulasegaran berkata, pelaksanaan gaji minimum hanya akan dilaksanakan sekurang-kurangnya dalam 2 tahun lagi.

Hands off minimum wage

Means testing is a fairer way of redistributing wealth and resources.

Govt mulls stopping foreigners from skilled jobs below RM10,000 pay grade

Move aimed to ensure more employment for local workers, says minister.

Kula defends statement on different minimum wages according to sectors

The human resources minister says this is what the National Wages Consultative Council Act recommends.

Make registration a must for Malaysians wishing to work abroad, says...

Human rights NGO says Putrajaya should learn from the Philippines, whose citizens follow a fixed protocol before migrating for labour purposes.

Menteri nafi dakwaan firma guaman ‘anak didiknya’ dilantik ejen di HRDF

M Kulasegaran berkata, beliau tidak bertanggungjawab terhadap pelantikan ejen dan operasi harian HRDF.

Minister denies claim of ‘crony’ law firm at HRDF

M Kulasegaran says he is not in charge of the fund's day-to-day operations.

Defence ministry denies 75 Indian youths to be absorbed into military

Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong denies a statement issued by an officer to Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran on the mattter.

Kementah nafi 75 belia India diserap sebagai tentera

Sebelum ini pegawai M Kulasegaran mendakwa seramai 75 belia India diserap sebagai tentera hasil perbincangan dengan pihak Kementerian Pertahanan.

Activist baffled by Kula’s defence of Top Glove after expose

Rani Rasiah from the Right to Redress coalition of NGOs says the human resources minister needn't have ‘bent over backwards so much’ to defend a big company.

Why not EPF, asks MTUC on proposal to keep 20% foreign...

The trades union says allowing foreign workers to contribute to the EPF would be a fairer deal.

Activists slam proposal to deduct foreign workers’ wages

They say the suggestion goes against human rights principles and encourages bonded labour.

Ministry denies migrant workers at Top Glove forced to work overtime

Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran says foreign workers who worked overtime did so voluntarily.

How to contribute to Socso when we earn pittance, ask cabbies

They say they are aware of the importance of having insurance coverage but they just can't afford it.

Local workers won’t be affected by repeal of Workmen’s Compensation Act

Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran says he'll make sure local workers won't get less than what they're earning now.

Workmen’s Compensation Act 1952 will be abolished, says Kula

He says this is to facilitate the transfer of foreign workers' protection from the Workers Compensation Act to Socso.

Women who return to work in 2019 to get tax exemptions

Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran says Putrajaya wants to encourage more women to rejoin the workforce.

No end to argument on foreign workers

As long as there are no real policy changes in minimum wages and the entry of foreign workers into the country, locals will continue to look overseas to earn a decent living.

No more 30% pool fund in HRDF

Putrajaya announces the discontinuation of the fund alongside a series of reforms in the government's workers training programme.

Kula: Proposed appellate court will help settle industrial disputes faster

He says too long a wait, especially in unfair dismissal cases, brings uncertainty to workers and their employers.

Putrajaya thinking of offering jobs in plantations to refugees

Human resources ministry looking at placing 5,000 refugees in plantations to enable them to get proper health and education facilities.

E-hailing, taxi drivers must register with Socso from Nov 1

Human resources ministry is proposing that drivers show proof they are contributing to sceheme when renewing their licence.

‘Dilarang ambil pekerja bawah 15 tahun atau penjara 5 tahun’

Peningkatan hukuman itu antara pindaan dalam Rang Undang-undang Kanak-Kanak Dan Orang Muda 1966 yang diluluskan Dewan Rakyat untuk melindungi kanak-kanak daripada dieksploitasi atau diskriminasi.