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Monday, May 3, 2010


Government To Go Ahead With Security Guard Pay Hike Ruling
MELAKA, April 27 (Bernama) -- The government will go ahead with the security guard pay hike starting July 1 even if there are security companies not able to do so, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam.

He said any problems arising from the implementation would be resolved by the ministry and the Home Ministry.

"The new pay scheme will be implemented from July 1 as it had been gazetted and issues that cropped up will be resolved," he told reporters after delivering a keynote address at an international conference on dialogue between cultures here last night.

Announcing the pay increase last Thursday, Subramaniam said the take-home pay for workers in the sector after the increase would range between RM1,100 and RM1,450 per month, starting July 1.

Following the announcement, a number of security companies asked the government to provide a mechanism to assist the less able companies to provide the new salary.

-- BERNAMA

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