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08 January 2014 : Foreign worker ban in fast-food outlets
 
    PUTRAJAYA: AS  the number of locals interested in working in the fast-food industry picks up, foreign workers are relegated to other sectors.

For this reason, the Cabinet Committee on Foreign Workers and Illegal Immigrants agreed yesterday that all fast-food and similar concept restaurants must give priority to hire locals.

"The operators are not allowed to hire foreign workers because many locals are keen to work in fast-food restaurants. "The growing interest among local job-seekers can be attributed to the less demanding cooking skills needed in
fast-food outlets. 
 
       
Read more : Foreign worker ban in fast-food outlets - General - New Straits Times (Link)  
     
15 January 2014 : Highlight: ‘Tunku will be the saddest person, if he were alive today'  
    KUALA LUMPUR: The full implementation of the minimum wage policy on Jan 1 affects almost another 1.8 million workers, mostly migrant workers, said Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) executive director Shamsuddin Bardan. The implementation last year, by contrast, affected 1.5 million workers (both local and foreign).

The national minimum wage (RM900 in peninsular Malaysia and RM800 in Sabah and Sarawak) came into effect
on Jan 1, 2013 for employers with six or more employees and on July 1, 2013 for employers with five or fewer employees. The policy for foreign employees in small and medium enterprises (SME), however, was deferred
until Dec 31, 2013.
 
       
Read more : Tunku will be the saddest person, if he were alive today - General - The Edge (Link)  
       
       
     
 
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