Monday, September 23, 2013

MALAYSIA - MTUC Claims Employers Short Charging Workers

PETALING JAYA, Sept 22 (Bernama) -- Some errant employers are short charging their workers by including allowances, commissions and other perks to inflate the basic monthly salary to RM900 to comply with the new minimum wages regulation introduced by the government.

Malaysian Trades Union Congress Vice President, A. Balasubramaniam claimed that these employers were doing so despite warnings issued by the government that they would be hauled up for such practice.

He called on the Human Resources Ministry to step up enforcement to ensure that workers were not shortchanged in anyway.

Effective January this year, the government has set the basic minimum wage for workers in Peninsular Malaysia, as RM900.

Balasubramaniam pointed out that basic wages should not include commissions or their allowance as per their contract.

''''''Message to TAN SRI SYED MOKHTAR AL BUKHARY - Press Release ::: Press Report for DRB Group – Termination action against workers exercising their political rights is abhorred. 

for your information DRB HICOM installer for Suzuki ,Mercedes-Benz , Volkswagen and Isuzu

please copy/paste/ click share for support ...........

click link for full story

No comments:

Post a Comment