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Oliver Wee Hiang Chyn

GOVERNMENT DEFERS IMPLEMENTATION OF EMPLOYMENT ACT 1995 AMENDMENTS

MBAM commends the Government’s decision to delay the implementation of Employment Act Amendments which was expected to be enforced starting from September 1. The Ministry of Human Resources has decided to defer the implementation of the Employment Act 1995 Amendments to the 1st of January 2023 which will provide more time for contractors to prepare for the changes being enforced through the Employment Act.

This comes as a relieve for the construction industry which was foreseen to struggle accommodating to the additional costs incurred from the amendments of Employment Act 1995 as such costs have not been budgeted by contractors. The construction industry continues to deal with uncertain liabilities resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and requires extensive time to fully recover their businesses. Despite operating at full force during the country’s transition to an endemic phase, manpower challenges have hampered the industry’s recovery process. The construction industry is dealing with a severe shortage of workers where all jobs are already delayed in progress.

 

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  • To provide a synergy of services to members for the betterment of the construction industry.
  • To actively initiate, support and participate in programmes and activities that enhance professionalism, productivity and quality in the construction industry.
  • To address issues in the construction industry to facilitate members in achieving global competitiveness.

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  • To promote and Co-ordinate the development of the construction industry.
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  • To Organise training programmes, seminars, symposia, conferences, conventions, exhibitions and expositions related to the construction industry.
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