Year-end bonus brings joy to civil servants

1/1/2022 2:32:00 AM

Year-end bonus brings joy to civil servants

Year-end bonus brings joy to civil servants

PETALING JAYA: Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor has denied a Facebook post claiming to show his son driving a posh car.

Nation Saturday, 01 Jan 2022 GEORGE TOWN: Civil servants are grateful for their year-end bonus and some are already making plans on how to utilise the extra money..This is the second time Malaysians will be missing out as New Year’s Eve countdown organisers have cancelled the celebrations again this year..

Zyen Faiezane Dullie Marie, 30, who has worked with the state government for the past three years, has made a special plan.“I am going back to see my parents in Kota Kinabalu.It has been almost two years.One of them is 33-year-old Louise Teh.I could not make the trip due to the pandemic.“I miss them a lot,” said the special officer to a state executive councillor.

The bonus that she got would be used to pay for the flight ticket to Sabah.“Hiking is one of my favourite activities.She also plans to treat her parents to a nice dinner.Her colleague Nurhidayah Che Rose, 30, has decided to spend some of her year-end bonus to buy gold.“It is important to make some investment and with the extra income from the year-end bonus, I can invest more,” she said.Chan said he would be having dinner with his wife, Shirlyn Lim, and their three children tonight.She also plans to use part of the bonus on herself and her family.

Mashni Nilamani, 24, who is working in the same office, said the bonus would be used for a holiday to Sarawak next month.“We have been planning this family trip for quite a while, but due to the travel restrictions, all our trips have been put on hold.“There will be many people at the party and I do not want to put him at risk.” Kamal Nordin, 40, who works with a federal agency in Penang, said he would be using the year-end bonus for his children’s school preparation next year.“Although it is not much, I am grateful that the government can still provide us with special aid,” he said.Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said during October’s tabling of Budget 2022 that some 1.For businesswoman Jeevitha Rajasingam, 35, of Petaling Jaya, New Year’s Eve for the last five years has been about her son’s birthday, who was born on Dec 31, 2016.

3 million civil servants would receive RM700 in special aid as a gesture of appreciation for their efforts in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.Article type: metered.

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This makes me want to engage in an involuntary personal protien spill DoNotDonateToGovernment TrustNoOne How many of us Rakyat believe that the Civil service is bloated, unproductive, inefficient and non deserving of thus goody which should have been better channelled to the poor badly affected floods victims. Again government got priorities WRONG in my view.

From hardworking taxpayers, not your 'Govt'. X salah bagi bonus tapi pelik camner segelintir yg bodoh bebal, keje x seberapa, skil keje stended sampah, malas serta x der kualiti pun leh dapat bonus Beli undi ker

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