MTUC calls on Social Protection Council to push for RM2,700 wage level


The Malaysian Insight

MTUC secretary-general J. Solomon says unless the wage level in cities are restructured, the majority of workers will remain in dire straits and be burdened with household debts. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 30, 2020.

PUTRAJAYA’S reactivated Social Protection Council (MySPC) must ensure that workers in urban areas are able to take home a pay packet of at least RM2,700 per month, said the Malaysian Trades Union Council (MTUC).

This wage level had been recommended by Bank Negara in its 2017 annual report so that workers in urban areas can attain a minimum living standard, said MTUC secretary-general J. Solomon.


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  • Does MTUC has even a single member who has run a business before, or any accountants with access to actual business costs in different industries? From telling the govt to outlaw retrenchment during the pandemic to other similarly ridiculous demands, you are alienating employers from engaging with you to solve problems because no one want to engage with someone completely out of touch with reality.

    Posted 1 week ago by A Subscriber