Reject MBPJ’s 3-month bonus proposal, state government’s decision fair

SHAH ALAM, 5 Mar: The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) needs to abide by the decision of the State Government Executive Council (MMKN) regarding the bonus payment of one month’s salary to council members and staff.

Taman Medan Assemblyman, Haniza Mohd Talha, said that the MMKN’s decision is considered reasonable because it is based on the state government’s practice all this while.

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“MBPJ needs to abide with the decision. The state government itself does not give a bonus of up to three months.

“It is not fair if MBPJ steps beyond the state government with the proposal,” she told Selangor Kini today.

However, Haniza said that rewards should be given based on excellent work exhibited by council members and staff, in addition to taking into consideration the community’s satisfaction.

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“It would be best if we give them an incentive when they display excellent performance,” she said.

Recently, MMKN rejected the proposal by MBPJ to give the 2014 Council Performance Special Bonus of three month’s salary to council members and staff.

The Chief Minister, Mohamed Azmin Ali, said that however, the MMKN agrees with a bonus of one month’s salary for MBPJ staff, based on strict conditions of a comprehensive performance evaluation.

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Reject MBPJ’s 3-month bonus proposal, state government’s decision fair

SHAH ALAM, 5 Mar: The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) needs to abide by the decision of the State Government Executive Council (MMKN) regarding the bonus payment of one month’s salary to council members and staff.

Taman Medan Assemblyman, Haniza Mohd Talha, said that the MMKN’s decision is considered reasonable because it is based on the state government’s practice all this while.

6.1

“MBPJ needs to abide with the decision. The state government itself does not give a bonus of up to three months.

“It is not fair if MBPJ steps beyond the state government with the proposal,” she told Selangor Kini today.

However, Haniza said that rewards should be given based on excellent work exhibited by council members and staff, in addition to taking into consideration the community’s satisfaction.

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“It would be best if we give them an incentive when they display excellent performance,” she said.

Recently, MMKN rejected the proposal by MBPJ to give the 2014 Council Performance Special Bonus of three month’s salary to council members and staff.

The Chief Minister, Mohamed Azmin Ali, said that however, the MMKN agrees with a bonus of one month’s salary for MBPJ staff, based on strict conditions of a comprehensive performance evaluation.

NS

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