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As members are well aware, the global economic and financial meltdown has forced many companies to either close down, retrench or lay-off their employees. The retrenchment and lay-off of workers will further aggravate the already worsening unemployment problem in the country. Fortunately, this global phenomenon has minimal effect on the plantation companies.

The Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak recently unveiled the Mini Budget in which the government had allocated RM700 Million to create 163,000 training and job placement opportunities in public and private sectors. As part of the initiative, the Ministry of Human Resources had embarked on a nation wide job placement programmes. As caring and responsible corporate citizens we ought to help the government to achieve this noble aim.  In this connection plantation companies that have job vacancies are  strongly advised to register such vacancies with the nearest Labour Department (Jabatan Tenaga Kerja) to facilitate the job placement exercise.

Mohamad Bin Audong


  Encik Ir Mohd Sobri Zakaria, the Director of Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara for Southern Region briefing members of MAP North/West Johor on the Water Industries Services Act 2006 in Kota Tinggi, Johor on February 26, 2009




Parrticipants at the Annual General Meeting of the MAP South Johor held at AKLI Resorces Sdn Bhd, Kota Tinggi, Johor.

 Executives listening attentively during an area meeting of MAP North/West Johor
at S.T Rhodes Club, Chaah, Johor