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23 Jun 2022

Ketua jabatan diingatkan jaga integriti - Cuepacs

 Astrowani
23 Jun 2022


KANGAR: Kongres Kesatuan Pekerja-Pekerja Di Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam (Cuepacs) mengingatkan ketua-ketua jabatan dalam perkhidmatan awam agar sentiasa menjaga integriti mereka sewaktu menjalankan tugas.
Presidennya Datuk Adnan Mat berkata pihaknya menerima aduan terdapat penjawat awam di Perlis diugut untuk ditukarkan atau diberi petunjuk prestasi utama (KPI) rendah selepas memberi teguran kepada ketua jabatan mereka.
"Justeru kami memohon ketua-ketua jabatan ini
agar dapat membetulkan kembali sistem perkhidmatan mereka memandangkan penjawat awam merupakan tunjang kepada kerajaan," katanya kepada pemberita selepas Perhimpunan Penjawat Awam Negeri Perlis Bersama Presiden Cuepacs yang berlangsung di Hotel Regency di sini hari ini.
Adnan berkata Cuepacs tidak teragak-agak mengambil tindakan selanjutnya terhadap ketua jabatan tersebut sekiranya masalah ini berterusan.
"Kalau berlaku lagi keadaan seperti ini, Cuepacs tidak teragak-agak untuk ambil tindakan dan membuat laporan dengan lebih terperinci," katanya.

10 Jun 2022

Cuepacs calls for better pay to help civil servants cope

FMT
10 June 2022


KOTA KINABALU: Cuepacs has urged the government to implement three crucial measures to assist civil servants affected by the increase in the price of goods.

Cuepacs president Adnan Mat said the measures were implementing a RM1,800 minimum wage, two annual salary increments, and a new and more effective remuneration system.

“We are always grateful to the government for implementing several key measures to address the increase in the price of goods. However, at the moment, we are still unable to cope with our current financial position and salary,” he said.


“This is crucial as the government, along with the private sector, are the catalyst for the country’s development,” he told reporters after attending the civil servant’s assembly here today.

Adnan said the minimum wage would facilitate the government achieving the household income target of RM10,000 a month, which was one of the government’s targets in the 12th Malaysia Plan to make Malaysia a high-income nation by 2025.

On the proposed new remuneration system, Adnan said that the existing 20-year-old Malaysian remuneration system was viewed as being ineffective and inappropriate in the current situation.

“It is hoped that the government would consider our proposals for a new public sector remuneration system, which includes the minimum wage, annual increments, promotions as well as minimum Grade 19 to provide a more comfortable and fair income to assist civil servants,” he said.

The current civil service salary scheme was implemented in November 2002.