Topic: Social Security Organisation
Socso chief: Alarming rise in accident death payouts
BUTTERWORTH: A total of RM315.96mil was paid out in compensation to commuting accident victims for five months this year, said Social Security Organisation (Socso) chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed.
Lights, camera, EPF, Socso…and action!
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 30,000 artistes and film production crews will enjoy Employees Provident Fund and Social Security Organisation (Socso) benefits from January.
MSOSH outlines guidelines for Gojek service
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 24): The Malaysian Society For Occupational Safety and Health (MSOSH) has recommended eight guidelines for the authorities to consider before allowing motorcycle e-hailing services...
MSOSH outlines guidelines for Gojek service
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 23): The Malaysian Society For Occupational Safety and Health (MSOSH) has recommended eight guidelines for the authorities to consider before allowing motorcycle e-hailing services...
Utusan employees can seek help from Socso - Mahfuz
The Human Resource Ministry, through the Social Security Organisation (Sosco), offers assistance to secure new employment for employees of Utusan Melayu (M) Berhad who may lose their jobs due to the c...
Amanah backs plan to introduce khat next year
ALOR SETAR: The Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) welcomed the Ministry of Education (MoE)’s plan to introduce the art of khat (a form of Malay-Arabic calligraphy writing) as part of Bahasa Melayu subjec...
Amanah backs plan to introduce Khat next year
ALOR SETAR, Aug 3 — The Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) welcomed the Education Ministry (MoE)’s plan to introduce the art of khat (a form of Malay-Arabic calligraphy writing) as part of Bahasa Melayu...
Aiming for zero accidents
A culture of prevention is not achievable if Malaysians accept that accidents are a normal occurrence in their daily lives, according to the Social Security Organisation (Socso) Malaysia.
Socso aims to be foolproof
KUALA LUMPUR: Having been hit with RM30mil in losses as a result of false claims stretching back seven years, the Social Security Organisation (Socso) has decided that enough is enough.
Intan needs to conduct psychology courses
KUALA LUMPUR: The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has proposed that the National Institute of Public Administration Institute conduct psychology courses for ...
Socso advised to extend self-employment scheme
The Human Resources Ministry is recommending that the Social Security Organisation (Socso) extends the Self-Employment Scheme (SPS) to include farmers, fishermen, hawkers and artistes.
Melaka Sentral Terminal to be busy on Raya
MELAKA: The number of people using the Melaka Sentral Terminal here is expected to double to 20,000 a day during the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration compared to 10,000 on weekdays.
Socso: We are reviewing and improving portal
THE Social Security Organisation (Socso) wishes to thank readers of The Star for their comments in the letters, “Socso portal needs to be more user-friendly” (May 16) and “Old Socso portal was m...
Old Socso portal was more efficient
I WOULD like to say a big thank you to Frustrated Assist User for raising the issues faced by employers and human resources personnel in using the Social Security Organisation’s (Socso) Assist por...
Cybernic centre offers hope
MELAKA: After he suffered a fall in August last year, young Mohd Mizan Nazran Mohd Razlan became paraplegic and felt really down.
Star journalist wins Best Media Award
PUTRAJAYA: The Star Media Group journalist Sandhya Menon has won the Best Media Award (for print) 2019 from the Social Security Organisation (Socso) in conjunction with Labour Day.
More than 18,000 benefited from EIS: Mahfuz
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 18,506 employees have received interim benefit payments amounting to RM18.8 million from the Social Security Organisation (Socso) since the implementation of the Employment Insuranc...
Employers encouraged to hire ex-convicts
PUTRAJAYA: Employers are encouraged to hire former convicts in order to overcome the shortage of workers in the country, according to Human Resource Minister M. Kula Segaran.
Fire-risk tahfiz centres to be upgraded
PUTRAJAYA: The proposed amendments to the Employment Act 1955 will include regulations to protect domestic workers, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.
More than 8k workers re-employed after getting ESO assistance
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A total of 8,254 unemployed workers have been re-employed after receiving assistance from the employment service officers (ESOs), since the Re-Employment Placement Programme for Employment Insurance System (EIS) commenced in August 2018.
Finas to introduce EPF, Socso for film crews
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Film Development Corporation of Malaysia (Finas) will introduce the Employee’s Provident Fund (EPF) and the Social Security Organisation (Socso) contribution schemes for i...
Better to be safe than sorry
WE at the Social Security Organisation (Socso) would like to commend Mr Jason Quah from Kuala Lumpur for highlighting the importance of social security coverage for self-employed taxi and e-hailing dr...