Sunday, May 6, 2012



Ketua menteri Sabah, Datuk Musa Aman mengumumkan berita baik bagi seluruh petugas awam di Sabah apabila kerajaan negeri bersetuju memberikan kenaikan gaji selaras dengan sistem SSM (baru) yang diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib penghujung Mac lalu.

Beliau berkata kerajaan negeri bersetuju dengan kenaikan itu melibatkan 17,151 petugas awam negeri berdasarkan Skim Saraan Malaysia (SSM) baru berkuatkuasa 1 Jan. 

“Implikasi terhadap kewangan negeri ialah RM61,393,936 setahun. Kami berharap dapat membuat pembayaran itu dalam bulan ini,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat Kabinet negeri di sini. 

Musa, yang juga Menteri Kewangan Negeri berkata petugas tetap, kontrak dan sementara layak mendapat kenaikan gaji itu. 

Beliau berkata kerajaan negeri juga bersetuju untuk melanjutkan umur persaraan dari 58 ke 60 tahun mulai 1 Jan.

24 ulasan :

Kris Jr said...

Akhirnya, minimum wage dilaksanakan. Diharap semua tu memberi kesan positif kepada rakyat Sabah.

Kris Jr said...

Ada yang dinaikkan gaji dan yang masih ditahap gaji lama, jadi kerajaan harus memantau harga2 barang di pasaran. Pasti ada yang mengambil kesempatan untuk menaikan harga.

me gusta said...

Untunglah petugas awam di Sabah yang dinaikkan gaji. Ini menunjukkan bahawa kerajaan negeri prihatin dengan nasib petugas awam.

me gusta said...

Setuju dengan pendapat Kris Jr bahawa harga barang di pasaran perlu dipantau oleh kerajaan. Tidak ada gunanya jika gaji yang diterima tidak dapat menampung kos hidup yang semakin tinggi.

mantera said...

berita gembira bagi penjawat awam Sabah, harap mutu kerja mereka juga akan turut meningkat.

atasagar said...

ia akan menjadi satu perkara yang amat baik jika kerajaan negeri dapat menunaikan kenaikan gaji ini

atasagar said...

Ini sudah tentunya boleh membantu meningkatkan taraf perkhidmatan dan motivasi para pekerja awam.

atasagar said...

harap ada perkembangan positif..

atasagar said...

gaji minimum ini tidak akan kekal statik, semoga ia terus meningkat dalam tahap tertentu...

atasagar said...

it is a good news to hear that the state government also agreed to extend the retirement age from 58 to 60 years

thinaj said...

With the increase of salary, the employees will be more motivated to work harder.

hafinA A said...

Baguslah dan tahniah kepada penjawat awam di Sabah kerana menerima kenaikkan gaji daripada kerajaan Negeri sendiri.

Harryzan Aming said...

jangan gaji saja yang naik tapi kecekapan dan keberkesanan perkhidmatan menurun..

DorianG said...

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman has reminded civil servants to be committed and focused in carrying out their responsibilities.

DorianG said...

He also said that all ministries and departments have been reminded to make sure that the government’s initiatives are well received by the public.

DorianG said...

Programmes or projects that benefit the targeted group as a proof of the government’s concern and sensitivity towards the people’s needs should be conveyed to the general public to assure the general public will take note on the government's efforts towards thos cause.

DorianG said...

Only then would civil servants, who act as the state’s economic development implementation engines, ensure that development projects listed under the second rolling plan of the 10th Malaysia Plan would meet their target, thus benefiting the people.

DorianG said...

He said the opposition was spreading lies that the government had failed in carrying out development projects statewide.

DorianG said...

The government has in fact spent millions to bring development projects throughout the state, especially in rural and interior of Sabah. And it is the responsibility of the civil servants to spread the government’s good work. The Barisan Nasional is always concerned about the welfare of the people.

DorianG said...

Musa also urged the relevant authorities to be alert and ensure that development projects are completed on schedule.

DorianG said...

“If there is any problem, discuss and find solution to it immediately,” he said in a briefing by the Sabah Development Office.

DorianG said...

He said under the second rolling plan of the 10MP, Sabah was allocated a total of RM4.416 billion to carry out 724 projects.

DorianG said...

As of May 3 this year, a total of RM0.692 billion or 15.68 per cent from the 2012 allocation has been spent to fund development projects in the state, and our performance is 0.17 per cent below the national average of 15.85 per cent.

DorianG said...

The benchmark to the people’s satisfaction towards the government initiatives is based on the services, wealth creation and effectiveness in finding solutions to the problems.