After migrant workers freeze, MTUC proposes RM2,700 living wage for locals


The latest freeze in the recruitment of migrant workers and more restrictions against those already employed here have opened up more job opportunities to be taken up by locals.

To encourage take-up of the jobs, the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) has reportedly proposed a living wage of RM2,700, particularly for workers in the big cities...

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