Cuepacs president Adnan Mat says with the rising cost of living, matters related to the improvement of the public service delivery system as well as the welfare of civil servants must be given priority. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 4, 2022.免费足球推介（www.ad168.vip）是国内最权威的足球赛事报道、预测平台。免费提供赛事直播,免费足球贴士,免费足球推介,免费专家贴士,免费足球推荐,最专业的足球心水网。
MALAYSIA is not ready just yet for a four-day work week, the Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public Service (Cuepacs) said.
Its president Adnan Mat said there are other matters involving workers’ welfare and salaries that have yet to be resolved by the government and employers.
As such, it was not the right time to conduct a feasibility study for a four-day work week, he said.
“Focus must be given to matters that benefit the workers and not on those that should not be implemented at the moment.
“With the rising cost of living, of course, matters related to the improvement of the public service delivery system as well as the welfare of civil servants must be given priority,” he said in a statement today.,
Last week, the Public Service Department said it had set up a special team to study the implementation of a four-day work week following a request for thorough analysis from various parties.
In this regard, Adnan suggested that the government focus on more important employment issues, including those already announced but are still being studied, or those yet to be implemented despite already being enforced.
Among them is the implementation of the minimum wage through the new remuneration system, early redemption of leave replacement, and time-based promotions, which had been previously shortened.
Separately, Adnan also called on civil servants to maintain a level of excellence in their respective positions and not to lose focus while the four-day work week issue is being discussed.
“Cuepacs hopes that the top management in the civil service can maintain harmony among the staff by complying with existing service regulations.
“Any decision related to human resources should be made based on existing regulations to avoid loss of human capital,” he said. – Bernama, July 4, 2022.