PUTRAJAYA: The dominance of foreign workers in various job sectors had left Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad disappointed.
According to Tun Dr Mahathir, it is important for everyone to take technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programmes seriously.
"If we lacked knowledge in this field, jobs offered in this industry are grabbed by foreign workers because they are willing to do jobs that we Malaysians don't want to do."
"Malaysians should not all
PUTRAJAYA: A recent random spot checks by the human resources ministry on 274 employers nationwide showed that at least 30% of them did not comply with the RM1,100 minimum wage ruling.
Human Resources Minister, M Kula Segaran, said such findings were shocking and the checks were conducted randomly from Perlis to Tawau in Sabah.
“The checks involved 3,207 workers and 43 employers were found not complying with the minimum wage and most of them were smal
PETALING JAYA, — The government has given commitment that Malaysians will be given priority to fill skills gap currently in the market, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.