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Human Resources Minister to meet public next Tuesday
KUCHING: Minister of Human Resources M. Kulasegaran will be meeting the public at Stutong Community Market on Tuesday (Sept 17) from 8am to 10am.
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Cuepacs urges govt to maintain pension scheme
KOTA BARU: The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has called for the government to maintain the civil service pension scheme.
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Cuepacs urges Govt to maintain pension scheme
KOTA BHARU (Sept 12): The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has called for the Government to maintain the civil service pension scheme.
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Cuepacs urges govt to maintain pension scheme
KOTA BARU, Sept 12 — The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has called for the government to maintain the civil service pension scheme.
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Road safety guidelines for motorcycle delivery service workers in the works: Mahfuz
PUTRAJAYA: The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health will issue road safety guidelines for service delivery workers using motorcycles, Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Mahfuz Omar (...
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Living: Road safety guidelines for motorcycle delivery service workers in the works: Mahfuz
PUTRAJAYA: The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health will issue road safety guidelines for service delivery workers using motorcycles, Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Mahfuz Omar (...
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RM315.96m in Socso compensation for accidents to and from workplace
BUKIT MERTAJAM: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) had paid out RM315.96 million in compensation between January and May this year for cases of accidents involving workers while travelling to an...
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Police warn parties promoting motorcycle modifications
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police have warned all parties including artistes to stop promoting illegal modifications of motorcycles and the violation of the law if they do not want to face stern actions.
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Police warn parties promoting illegal motorcycle modifications
Police have warned all parties including artistes to stop promoting illegal modifications of motorcycles and the violation of the law if they do not want to face stern actions.
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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.
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Police: Don't promote illegal motorcycle modifications or we'll come after you
BUKIT MERTAJAM (Bernama): Police have warned all parties, including artistes, to stop promoting illegal modifications of motorcycles and violating the law if they...
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Report: Penang low-cost home-buyers forced to pay extra by developers
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 5): Property buyers say that developers are making them pay between RM30,000 and RM90,000 extra in packaged deals for units under the low-cost housing scheme.
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In Penang, more low-cost home buyers say forced to pay almost double
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 5 — More property buyers have stepped forward with complaints against developers making them pay between RM30,000 and RM90,000 extra in packaged deals for units under the low-cost ...
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2,926 FT cabbies benefit from YWP programme
KUALA LUMPUR: Yayasan Wilay­ah Persekutuan (YWP) has helped to pay more than RM200,000 to the Self-Employment Social Security Scheme for 2,926 taxi drivers...
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Over 55K e-hailing drivers pass PSV exam ahead of next month’s enforcement
In a move to regulate e-hailing services such as Grab, MyCar, Dacsee and Mula, all drivers are required to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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Almost 3,000 taxi drivers in FT benefit from social security payments
A total of 2,926 taxi drivers in the Federal Territories have benefited from the more than RM200,000 payment to the Self-Employed Social Security Scheme run by Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan (YWP).Federa...
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Only 20% of self-employed drivers have social security
SEREMBAN: Only about 20% of the 300,000 taxi, hired car, e-hailing and bus drivers have signed up for the social security scheme for the self-employed (SKSPS), according to the Social Security Organis...
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Almost 3,000 taxi drivers in FT have benefited from social security payments
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 2,926 taxi drivers in the Federal Territories have benefited from the more than RM200,000 payment to the Self-Employed Social Security Scheme (SEEIS) run by the Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan (YWP).
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Fund managers lower profit outlook for firms
PETALING JAYA: Fund managers have pared down profit expectations for Malaysian companies in the coming months due to a dimming economic outlook that weighs...
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Socso hopes for auto-registry system for taxi and e-hailing drivers
PETALING JAYA: Socso chief executive Mohammed Azman Aziz is hoping that the registration for the Self-Employment Social Security Scheme can be done through an auto-registry in the future.
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Socso drives for more sign-ups
SOCSO launched “Ops Patuh” in Aug 1 this year with the aim of identifying self-employed but unregistered Socso drivers of taxi, e-hailing service and buses.
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Only 3% of Kelantan Socso contributors take up HSP offer
KOTA BARU: Only 3% of 5,473 Social Security Organisation (Socso) contributors, or 189 individuals, in Kelantan underwent the Health Screening Programme (HSP) from January to August this year.
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Motorcycle ride-hailing laws to cover delivery services
Following the green light given for the implementation of Gojek in the country, the transport ministry says it is preparing a regulatory framework to govern motorcycle ride-hailing service providers.
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Loke: Motorcycle e-hailing laws to include goods delivery
SEREMBAN: A regulatory framework being prepared by the Transport Ministry to govern motorcycle e-hailing service providers will also cover those using...
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Cuepacs: Public sector staff in need of better protection
Phang (centre), flanked by Mohd Shaman (fifth right) and Ahmad Malie, in a photo-call with other guests.
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Artistes to enjoy EPF and Socso contributions from Jan 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 30,000 local artistes will enjoy the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Social Security Organisation (Socso) contributions when they are implemented from January 2020.
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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.
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Cars the preferred mode of transport, say e-hailing drivers
JOHOR BARU: Some e-hailing drivers here believe that commuters prefer travelling by car despite the government’s intention to roll out motorcycle e-hailing...
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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...
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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...
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Ban on foreign hires will cripple laundry industry, govt told
PETALING JAYA: Several laundry operators have urged the government to reconsider its decision to ban the hiring of foreign workers for the laundry and textile sub-sectors.
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Socso says Utusan employees who lose their jobs will get EIS assistance
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 20): The Ministry of Human Resources, through the Social Security Organisation (Sosco), says Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd staff who are losing their jobs will stand to get assistance from t...
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Utusan contributors to Socso can seek assistance: Mahfuz
ALOR STAR: 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 ...
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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...
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Socso to act against cabbies, e-hailing drivers yet to contribute to social...
TEMERLOH (Aug 15): The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will take stern action against errant taxi, e-hailing and private bus drivers who have yet to contribute to the Self-Employment Social Secur...
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Socso to act against cabbies, e-hailing drivers yet to contribute to social security scheme
TEMERLOH, Aug 15 — The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will take stern action against errant taxi, e-hailing and private bus drivers who have yet to contribute to the Self-Employment Social Sec...
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Socso to act against cabbies, e-hailing drivers yet to contribute to social security scheme
TEMERLOH: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will take stern action against errant taxi, e-hailing and private bus drivers who have yet to contribute to the Self-Employment Social Security Schem...
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HR minister to make working visit to Japan tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran will be making his first working visit to Japan from tomorrow to Aug 19 to further strengthen Malaysia-Japan bilateral relations, par...
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Socso busts errant drivers via Ops Patuh
KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has issued 405 warning letters to drivers of taxis, e-hailing vehicles and private buses who have yet to register and contribute to the organisation.
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Socso issues over 400 warning letters to cabbies, e-hailing drivers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has issued 405 warning letters to drivers of taxis, e-hailing vehicles and private buses who have yet to register and contribute to the organisat...
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Socso issues 405 warning letters to self-employed drivers
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has issued 405 warning letters to drivers of taxis, e-hailing vehicles and private buses who have yet to register and contribute to the organisation.
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Socso to crack down over social security scheme
KUALA LUMPUR: Socso chief executive Mohammed Azman Aziz announced today that enforcement officers will be issuing compounds to taxi and e-hailing drivers who have yet to sign up for the Self-Employmen...
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Utusan staff resort to Ah Long, selling gold after delay in salaries
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has asked Utusan Melayu to pay unpaid salaries for its 769 staff.
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Thousands of axed contract cleaners denied retrenchment payouts, says union
KUALA LUMPUR: A body representing government contract workers said some 45,000 workers still could not get compensation through the Employment Insurance System (EIS), more than two months after they w...
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Socso urges employers to improve road safety of workers
KUALA LUMPUR: Road accidents involving employees on their journeys going to and from their workplaces have increased by almost 80 per cent over the past 10 years.
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Socso urges employers to improve road safety of workers
KUALA LUMPUR: Road accidents involving employees on their journeys going to and from their workplaces have increased by almost 80% over the past 10 years.
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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...
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Amanah veep says highlight Chinese calligraphy too
Amanah has welcomed the Ministry of Education plan to introduce the art of khat (a form of Malay-Arabic calligraphy writing) as part of Bahasa Melayu subject for Standard Four students next year.
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Amanah’s Mahfuz says Chinese calligraphy can also be highlighted
ALOR SETAR: The Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) welcomed the Ministry of Education (MoE)’s plan to introduce the art of khat as part of the Bahasa Melayu subject for Year Four students, next year.
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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...
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Advice not to engage unlicensed pest control operators
Liaw SANDAKAN: Concerned homeowners in the district recently raised the alarm on the presence of increasing numbers of Unlicensed Pest Control Operators (PCO) in Sandakan.
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Register with Socso or face RM1,000 fine, self-employed drivers told
KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will be launching an operation this month to compel self-employed taxi, bus and e-hailing drivers to register under its Self-Employed Employment ...
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Self employment social security scheme not to suppress drivers: Mahfuz
ALOR STAR: The mandatory Self Employment Scheme imposed on taxi drivers, e-hailing and private bus drivers is not intended to trouble the group but was instead created to protect them.
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Deputy minister: Self-employment social security scheme created to protect drivers
ALOR SETAR, July 28 — The mandatory Self-Employment Scheme imposed on taxi drivers, e-hailing and private bus drivers is not intended to trouble the group but was instead created to protect them.
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Socso develops a different and better portal for finding jobs
ALOR SETAR: The Social Security Organisation will have a “different and better” Job Portal online service to help job seekers to find suitable employment.
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Socso develops ‘job portal’ to help job seekers find employment
ALOR SETAR, July 27 — The Social Security Organisation (Socso) is in the midst of developing “Job Portal”, its new online service, as part of efforts to help job seekers to find suitable employm...
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Cabbies, e-hail drivers urged to register with Socso by end-July or risk facing stern action
Philip (seated, fourth left) and Socso Miri enforcement chief Neili Stephen on his left join the participants of ‘Program Seranta Perkeso 2019’ in a group photo.
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Former employees claim Tamil Nesan failed to make EPF, SOCSO contributions
KUALA LUMPUR: Forty former employees of Tamil Nesan which closed down in February today claimed that the Tamil daily had not made contributions to the Social Security Organisation (Socso) and Employee...
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Ex-Tamil daily employees claim still waiting for compensation
KUALA LUMPUR: About 40 former employees of Tamil daily Tamil Nesan which ceased operations in February lodged a police report today against the company for failing to provide monetary compensation as ...
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Check on unfair competition
Pertubuhan Pemandu Berasaskan Aplikasi Elektronik Malaysia (PPBAEM) welcomes the Transport Ministry’s decision to extend the enforcement deadline for new regulations by three months.
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E-hailing drivers call for discussions to formulate fare mechanism
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian organisation representing electronic applications-based drivers (PPBAEM) today called on the Transport Ministry to establish a ‘discussion lab’ involving relevant parties,...
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E-hailing drivers call for discussions to formulate fare mechanism
PUTRAJAYA, July 13 — The Malaysian organisation representing electronic applications-based drivers (PPBAEM) today called on the Transport Ministry to establish a “discussion lab” involving relev...
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E-hailing drivers call for discussions on fare mechanism
The organisation representing electronic applications-based drivers (PPBAEM) today called on the Transport Ministry to establish a "discussion lab" involving relevant parties with the aim of formulati...
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Woman with stage four pancreatic cancer in need of funds
BATU PAHAT: A woman is seeking the public’s cooperation to cover her stage four pancreatic cancer treatment suffered for the past seven years.
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Big number of e-hailing drivers without PSV can’t work; many commuters expected to be stranded
KUALA LUMPUR: Between 20% to 50% of the 200,000 e-hailing drivers in the country may be driven off the roads as a new public services vehicle (PSV) regulation kicks in today.
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Taxi, e-hailing and bus drivers have until July 31 to register with Socso — Director
Phillip (front row, third right) in a group photo with his executive officers involved in the Ops Pemutihan.
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Expect fewer drivers and higher fares, warns Grab
PETALING JAYA: Grab warned today that new e-hailing regulations may result in fewer active driver-partners and cause fares to go up.
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Grab warns of possible increase in fares with new regulations in Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: With the possibility of fewer drivers on the road because of new regulations by the government, users may experience an increase in "dynamic" fares, says ride-hailing company Grab.
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Grab warns of increase in fares with new regulation
PETALING JAYA: With the possibility of fewer drivers on the road because of new regulations by the government, users may experience an increase in “dynamic” fares, says ride-hailing company Grab.
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Commuting accident fatalities, a worrying trend: Kula Segaran
PUTRAJAYA: The number of commuting accidents involving employees who are travelling to and from the workplace is showing a grave trend with an average of two deaths recorded daily, said Human Resource...
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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.
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Loke: No plans yet to regulate e-hailing fares
PETALING JAYA: There are no plans yet to regulate the fares of e-hailing rides, says Anthony Loke.
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NGOs question minister’s commitment to protecting domestic workers
PETALING JAYA: A coalition of NGOs fighting for the rights of domestic workers is pressing Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran for greater commitment to the development of a standalone Domestic Wo...
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Cuepacs urges govt to review minimum wage
KUALA TERENGGANU, June 30 — The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has urged the government to review the minimum wage in an effort to reduce the people’s c...
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Cuepacs urges govt to review minimum wage
KUALA TERENGGANU: The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has urged the government to review the minimum wage in an effort to reduce the people’s cost of livin...
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Three Tawau General Hospital subcontractors issued attendance notice
TAWAU (June 27): The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) here yesterday issued a notice of attendance to three subcontractors involved in the construction of Tawau General Hospital additi...
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274 accidents involving agriculture, fisheries, forestry sectors recorded
KOTA KINABALU: The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) has investigated 274 occupational accidents involving those working in agriculture, fisheries and forestry sectors across the cou...
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274 accidents involving agriculture, fisheries, forestry sectors recorded
KOTA KINABALU: The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) has investigated 274 occupational accidents involving those working in agriculture, fisheries and forestry sectors across the cou...
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Food delivery guys too reckless
PETALING JAYA: With more Malaysians ordering food online and through mobile phone apps, the speed involving how food delivery riders complete orders is posing huge safety risks.
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MEF's myopic view on paternity, maternity leave
LETTER | The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has stated that the three-day paternity leave, proposed by Human Resources Ministry to be funded by employers, will cost companies RM157.2 million or ...
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Socso plans to extend contribution to farmers, rubber smallholders and fishermen
MACHANG: The Human Resource Ministry plans to extend the personal and family protection scheme through Social Security Organisation (Sosco) contributions to farmers, rubber smallholders and fishermen.
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Socso plans to extend contribution to farmers, rubber smallholders and fishermen
MACHANG: The Human Resource Ministry plans to extend the personal and family protection scheme through Social Security Organisation (Socso) contributions to farmers, rubber smallholders and fishermen.
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Socso to expand coverage to include farmers, rubber smallholders and fishermen
MACHANG, June 18 — The Human Resource Ministry plans to extend the personal and family protection scheme through Social Security Organisation (Sosco) contributions to farmers, rubber smallholders an...
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Johor exco hopes EIS coverage to expand to more employment sectors
JOHOR BARU, June 17 — The Johor government hoped the benefit coverage for the Employment Injury Scheme (EIS) under the Self-Employment Social Security Act 2017 (Act 789) can be extended to more empl...
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Taxi, Grab drivers reminded to make Socso contribution
Mahfuz (second right) presents an aid to recipient, Noor Jahan (left) at he closing ceremony of Socso’s Publicity and Presentation of Benefits.
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Taxi and Grab drivers urged to sign up for Socso
PETALING JAYA: Drivers of taxis and Grab cars have been reminded to quickly register and make contributions to a Socso scheme to protect the self-employed.
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Deputy minister reminds taxi, Grab drivers to make Socso contribution
ALOR SETAR, June 16 — All taxi and Grab drivers have been reminded to quickly register and make contributions to the Social Security Organisation (Socso) to enable them to get Socso protection for t...
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Employer refuses to fund paternity leave, claims would cost RM157m
KUALA LUMPUR, June 16 — The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) urged the government to have the Social Security Organisation (Socso) or the Employment Insurance System (EIS) instead to fund a prop...
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Good news for dads as Putrajaya moots three-day paternity leave in private sector
KUALA LUMPUR, June 16 — The Human Resources Ministry has proposed introducing three days’ paternity leave for fathers working in the private sector, to be funded by employers.
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Socso dismisses cabbies’ claim of lack of clarity in protection scheme
PETALING JAYA: Socso today dismissed a claim by taxi drivers that they are not signing up for the Self-Employment Social Security Scheme because they are unclear about the benefits.
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Cabbies in the dark about Socso, says taxi boss
PETALING JAYA: Taxi-drivers are not signing up for a Socso scheme because they are unclear about the benefits of the scheme designed to provide social security for the self-employed, says the owner of...
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Socso to curb fake claims with online safeguards, says CEO
KUALA LUMPUR, June 4 ― The Social Security Organisation (Socso) will introduce an online system by end of 2019 in an effort to curb third parties and syndicates making false claims on behalf of cont...
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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.
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Socso to contributors: No need to rely on third parties or runners
The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has its eyes on third parties who put in false claims on behalf of contributors.During an interview with The Star on Monday, CEO Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman A...
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Disabled activists too harsh against PH, says blind singer
PETALING JAYA: Blind singer Alfred Ho has come out in defence of the government after a group of disabled persons submitted a protest memorandum to the women, family and community development ministry...
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Socso advised to extend self-employment scheme to informal sector workers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Human Resources Ministry is recommending that the Social Security Organisation (Socso) extend the Self-Employment Scheme (SPS) to include farmers, fishermen, hawkers and artistes.
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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.
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Govt tells Socso to extend scheme to farmers, fishermen
KUALA LUMPUR: The Human Resources Ministry has recommended the Social Security Organisation (Socso) to extend the Self-Employment Scheme (SPS) to include farmers, fishermen, hawkers and artistes.
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HR Ministry advises Socso to extend Self-Employment Scheme to informal sector workers
KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 — The Human Resources Ministry is recommending that the Social Security Organisation (Socso) extend the Self-Employment Scheme (SPS) to include farmers, fishermen, hawkers and a...
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Sosco becomes sponsor for NiE
KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has presented a mock cheque for RM50,000 to the Newspa­per-in-Education (NiE) initiative by The Star.
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