'Wage subsidy should be based on worst-hit industries instead of company size'
CORONAVIRUS | Muar MP Syed Saddiq says this is to ensure the companies are able to pay the remaining salaries with the help of the wage subsidy, thus averting retrenchments.
CORONAVIRUS| The qualification for the different quantum of wage subsidy should be distributed according to how badly an industry has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic instead of company size, said Bersatu Youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
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Syed Siddiq is still young & energetic He should buy masks & distribute to Malaysians if he really care Syed should distribute free foods to people too In the above ways, he can fight Corona virus crisis Sampah akakkkk, lama x dgr cer how r u cysttttt ? Bro senyap2 bikin kerja lah. No should be for everyone, be fucking fair kid!
So who are the worst ones that got hit? You mean save the unviable companies and not those that can be saved to provide employment going forward ? No wonder he is stupid and naive. Bosan la dia ni. Many SMEs is relying on company that are directly affected. Please do consider indirect affect Stop planning as if Covid is a 2 months issue. The world will be in it long haul. Malaysia is no exception. Not a time PN to be politically generous, and 6 months later... country totally bankrupt. Unable to pay civil servant salary too
It should be for everyone like SG for instance because our PM said he is PM for all and nobody is left out. Said the focker who himself is one of the ‘worst-hit industries’, with losses of RM 250,000.00 since MCO.
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