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16/4/2022 4:13:00 PM

Minimum wage rule needs fine-tuning, deputy minister says

Minimum wage rule needs fine-tuning, deputy minister says

Willie Mongin says compliance with directive may be a challenge for new companies, entrepreneurs after two years of Covid.

Copy URLDeputy Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Willie Mongin wants the government to consider the burden that some companies or entrepreneurs may face in implementing the minimum wage rule on May 1. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, April 16, 2022.

THE implementation of the RM1,500 minimum wage effective May 1 needs fine-tuning so it does not burden companies and entrepreneurs in small and medium industries in the country.Deputy Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Willie Mongin said the government must consider the burden that some companies or entrepreneurs may face, especially those who are just starting out.

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