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27 Oktober 2009

CUEPACS MEMBER LET DOWN BY FALSE BONUS PROMISE

Malaysiakini
27/10/2009





The recent budget may have brought cheers to many but sadly it was a big blow for the civil servants especially to Congress of Union Employees in the Public and Civil Service (Cuepacs) members.
The Cuepacs chairperson had been assuring civil servants time and again that the government had indicated positively to its request for a bonus payment.
Many civil servants were utterly disappointed when there was no announcement of such a bonus. The Cuepacs chairperson should not mislead the civil servants with all kinds of promises and false hopes just to gain popularity among the civil servants.
Cuepacs ought to be realistic and pragmatic in its approach, especially in issuing press statements with regards to the bonus payment. When the government has not agreed to a bonus payment why give false hopes to the civil servants?
Cuepecs should realise that it is not fair to expect much from the government due to the global economic slow down which has affected the country's economic performance greatly.
It should instead focus its efforts on creating awareness among the civil servants on the need to improve their productivity and not to expect too much of hand-outs from the government during these difficult times.
The token allowance of RM500 for civil servants announced by the prime minister in his maiden budget speech has somewhat come in handy for those in the lower salary brackets.
However, there are others who view it as pittance. Many are also wondering how is it that government- linked agencies can pay hefty bonuses to their staff during these difficult times.
Anyway, it was Cuepacs that raised the hopes of these civil servants to a point of saying that the government had somewhat agreed to give a two-months bonus.
Cuepacs has a lot of explanation to do for misleading the civil servants. Perhaps it is time for the present Cuepacs chairperson to pass the leadership baton to someone else as he is sounding more like a politician nowadays.

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