Friday, July 16, 2021

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Over 5,000 complaints lodged through WFW app

TAPAH: The Human Resource Ministry has received over 5,000 complaints through the Working For Workers (WFW) application on various labour issues, especially not allowing employees to work from home (WFH). Its minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan said although warnings had been...

Ugly side unfolding about working from home

KUALA LUMPUR: A regional human resource consultant reveals that an ugly side is unfolding with growing discontent and rumblings about working from home (WFH) where the fine lines of virtual abuse and work-life balance are being compromised. Among complaints include...

MP laments flagrant disregard for SOPs

BINTULU: Bintulu MP Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing has expressed his disappointment with companies in the district for violating the work from home (WFM) rule and exploited loopholes in the anti-pandemic standard operating procedures (SOPs). He said that the Health...

No loitering after 8pm effective today

BINTULU: Effective today (April 27) till May 10 in Bintulu, individuals are not allowed to be in public places after 8pm. Bintulu Divisional Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) chairman Jack Aman Luat said this was in line with the new standard...

Work from home policy still applies

KUALA LUMPUR: The work from home (WFH) policy for the public sector and industries under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti) still applies throughout the implementation of the conditional movement control order (CMCO) and the recovery movement...

Stay safe, work from home

KUCHING: The spike in Covid-19 cases in Sibu has rendered the district unsafe, hence residents must stay at home during the movement control order (MCO) period. Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) chairman Clarence Ting said businesses which are still operating from...

Cuepacs urges departments to comply with PSD instruction

KUALA LUMPUR: The Congress of the Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has urged all heads of departments to comply with the instruction to only have a maximum of 30 per cent staff present issued...

Working from home, is it the ideal situation?

Working from home may sound like an ideal situation. What could be better than simply rolling out of bed and arriving at your home office in moments, without the hassles of first making yourself presentable and then commuting to...

Demand for laptops on the rise

MUKAH: Demand for laptop computers here has increased lately and stocks are also running out fast. A computer dealer identified only as Sim claimed that one of reasons for a high demand could be due to e-learning, which has become...

‘Reconsider calling back teachers to return to work stations’

KUALA LUMPUR: School heads (PGB) should use their discretion in determining the need for teachers staying far away to return to their respective stations to work during the conditional movement control order (CMCO) period. Chairman of the alumni association of...
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Inculcate student interest in STEM, teachers told

KUCHING: Teachers have been urged to inculcate interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects among students. Education, Science...
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