CUEPACSCongress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Malaysia)
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Cuepacs deputy president Zainal Ismail said the salary revision is supposed to be conducted every three years, adding that the government should give due attention to the matter, particularly increases for staff in the Public Service Department (JPA) and enforcement agencies who represent the front line of the civil service.
JCC or better known as "Majlis Bersama Jabatan " is made available in all public sectors in Malaysia (interview with CUEPACS on 25th May 2010).
'I'd like to ask Cuepacs how does someone in the B40 (lower income group) say from Sarawak gets a chance to join a top industry in Kuala Lumpur as an intern, but does not get a cent or is paid very low.
'The minister should discuss with Cuepacs to find the best mechanism in resolving the method of home ownership among civil servants.
Cuepacs president Datuk Azih Muda said with prices of houses skyrocketing civil servants won't be able to afford a house even when they reach the age of 50.
Azih, in his speech at the Cuepacs National Labour Day Celebration here, said that while private sector wages have increased within two years, government servants have yet to enjoy their pay increase.
Cuepacs president Datuk Azih Muda said the government itself as an employer to public sector employees could consider whether to lower the cost of living or to raise the salaries of workers.
A new remuneration system needs to be introduced to provide for a clear path for career development,' he told reporters after a briefing on retirement organised by Cuepacs and the Retirement Fund Inc (KWAP) here today.
Its president, Datuk Azih Muda said the proposal was agreed in the Cuepacs' first congress meeting for this year held on June 26.
According to a Berita Harian report, Cuepacs president Datuk Azih Muda said that the salary of many civil servants are still not in line with the rise in living costs.
The Congress of Unions of Employees in Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has urged civil servants to be committed in carrying out their duties and not to engage in politics.
The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) is confident that the new government under the leadership of Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will look after the welfare of the civil servants who are the backbone of the country's administration.