20 September 2020, Sunday | 12:15am

malaysia

Only six out of 26 Under-23 players report for centralised training

SHAH ALAM: What a joke! Only six footballers out of the 26 called up reported for duty at Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya yesterday.

Uber, Grab Drivers now want fares regulated

Uber, the American company now facing a litany of allegations including sexual harassment and unfair compensation, charges up to 25 per cent of commission.

Legal Rights You Have As An Employee In Malaysia

As we venture into the working world and get absorbed into the intricacies and commitments that our jobs require, some of us could still be clueless about the legal rights we're entitled to as employees

Fight Against ‘Internal Terrorism’ Biggest Hurdle For Malaysia

Philippine Marines stand guard outside a mosque in Marawi City in southern Philippines May 30, 2017.

Malaysians Always See ‘Socso’ On Their Salary Slips, But What On Earth Is It?

At this year’s Labour Day event, it was announced that they would allocate RM70 million to SOCSO for 2018, on top of the initial RM52 million given earlier in the year. Now, that seems like HEAPS of taxpayers’ money, so what exactly does SOCSO do with our money? Actually, what even is SOCSO??

Malaysia To Keep Options Open On TPPA, Continue Discussions

International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the meeting was an important step towards engaging on the way forward for the TPPA, in light of growing concerns that the deal may collapse without US participation. NSTP file pic

FAM President In Catch-22 Over Pyongyang Asian Cup Qualifying Match

KUALA LUMPUR: Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim warned of the consequences of making a unilateral decision to boycott an Asian Cup qualifying match in Pyongyang on June 8.

Malaysia expected to be haze-free this year, faces flood risk

SUBANG: Residents in low-lying areas need to be prepared following unpredictable heavy rain which may bring about floods this year due to the La Nina phenomenon.

Standard Chartered rolls out 20-week maternity leave in Malaysia

Standard Chartered will for the first time give 20 weeks of fully paid maternity leave to its employees. — Reuters pic