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[Tempatan] 600 lagi kakitangan media akan dibuang dalam minggu ni

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Post time 11-12-2019 08:28 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Hundreds to lose jobs this week in latest media lay-off
December 11, 2019 11:42 AM


PETALING JAYA: Feathers have been ruffled among personnel at a flagship newspaper as a deadline nears for its owners to reveal a list of hundreds of staff to be axed this week, in the latest series of journalist lay-offs.

An internal source with the company, one of Malaysias largest media-related groups, said some 600 workers would be axed this Friday in the latest retrenchment exercise, half of them from the print daily.

But it said the management had yet to engage with union representatives despite promising to do so in October.

They have a deadline to come up with a retrenchment list. Its two days away, but unions were not engaged, the source told FMT.

Labour laws stipulate that those who will be affected must be informed.

It is believed that the hundreds to lose their jobs this time cut across the board, and will have no choice or option to appeal when termination letters are served to them.

The retrenchments, if true, will come amid a spate of media company shutdowns and downsizing exercises in an industry which has seen thousands lose their jobs over the last three years.

On Oct 9, Utusan Malaysia and Kosmo! announced their final appearance at news stands nationwide after publisher Utusan Melayu Bhd went into liquidation.

Early last month, Media Prima, which owns the New Straits Times Press and a slew of television channels, announced job cuts affecting thousands of employees. It said this was part of a restructuring exercise to be completed by the first quarter of next year.
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Post time 11-12-2019 09:06 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Allah.. apa nk jadi la malaysia ni
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Post time 11-12-2019 09:06 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Ramai dah kena buang cousin iols pun kena. Then biasa salahkan 1MDB
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Post time 11-12-2019 09:22 PM | Show all posts
company apa ni
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Post time 11-12-2019 09:32 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
makin teruk la pee esh punya pentadbiran
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Post time 11-12-2019 10:38 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
sapa je baca suratkhabar sekarang..
buku pun dah ramai tak beli..
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Post time 11-12-2019 10:54 PM | Show all posts

NST kot... media percetakan mana lagi yg gah

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Post time 11-12-2019 11:23 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
milafida replied at 11-12-2019 09:06 PM
Ramai dah kena buang cousin iols pun kena. Then biasa salahkan 1MDB

Tak habis2 salahkan 1mdb..kalu betul 1mdb buatkan malaysia bankrap, apsl dividen TH, ASB, KWSP n lain2 GLC tinggi?even Brim pun banyak dpat..ade sesape boleh jawab?
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Post time 11-12-2019 11:39 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
chicozinn replied at 11-12-2019 11:23 PM
Tak habis2 salahkan 1mdb..kalu betul 1mdb buatkan malaysia bankrap, apsl dividen TH, ASB, KWSP n l ...

sebab gst byk cover
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Post time 12-12-2019 12:10 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
prettyuglybabe replied at 11-12-2019 10:38 PM
sapa je baca suratkhabar sekarang..
buku pun dah ramai tak beli..

wa guna pelbagai medium untuk membaca...
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Post time 12-12-2019 12:13 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Org yg katanye janji nk cipta byk job pon dan fokus internet of thing. Mmg tak gunalahh
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Post time 12-12-2019 12:44 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
fealefea replied at 12-12-2019 12:13 AM
Org yg katanye janji nk cipta byk job pon dan fokus internet of thing. Mmg tak gunalahh

Tak guna lagi machai bodoh yang undi dan masih nak pertahankan pemimpin pujaan diorg. Dalam cari ni pun ada 3-4 ekor jenis ni. Confirm topik mcm ni takkan masuk punya.
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Post time 12-12-2019 04:41 AM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Ok folks
Please hire this famished dog @FOTHER_MOCKER Aku tendang ja anjing kurap gini
Sejak kantoi dia cytro piscisan berbayar dia dah berapa minggu tak makan
Anak dia tak makan
Sewa kena minta ehsan
Kawan2 bodohkan dia
MN tahi jalanan ni MANAK
English ZEEROOOO wakakakakaka
Bodoh
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 Author| Post time 12-12-2019 10:37 AM | Show all posts
Bad news for thousands of journalists as they report their own troubles
December 12, 2019 7:13 AM


GEORGE TOWN/KUALA LUMPUR: Most of us probably have difficulty remembering the last time we paid for and held a physical newspaper.

After all, with boundless free content at our fingertips, who needs to buy actual newspapers anymore? Thats one of the great benefits of the digital age.

Yet its not good news for traditional media who are struggling to adapt their business models to survive in the new electronic world.

Increasing numbers of skilled employees are the collateral damage of this unevenly matched battle between print and digital media. As hard copies disappear from the nations trains, waiting rooms and office desks, thousands of workers are finding themselves redundant.

Ex-reporters who used to chase stories on the streets of Malaysias cities now find themselves slogging along those same streets trying to find other jobs to survive.

They are the fallout from the decline of legacy print media in the digital age.

In the recent turmoil of Utusan Malaysias on-again off-again attempts to survive, hundreds of journalists now find themselves out of a job.

They have to earn a living somehow. Its not unusual for ex-employees to run into each other peddling kitchen utensils or perfume from their car boots on the streets.

Life for Ali (not his real name) has changed for the worse since he was let go from Utusan after 17 years of service in Kuala Lumpur and Penang.

The 38-year-old used to edit stories written by younger reporters, attend major press conferences, and cover PR events for the newspaper, earning a salary that paid for his housing, car instalments and the kind of life a young city-dweller leads. It was a responsible job that he enjoyed.

Today, Ali drives more than 12 hours a day, six days a week for two e-hailing companies just to keep his head above water.

He says his debts are rising as Utusan has not yet paid him his final two months salary of RM10,000, leaving him with no option but to search for other sources of income.

I had no choice but to move to KL as I cant make as much money as a Grab driver in Penang. Here, I can make about RM1,000 in a good week, he told FMT.

And yet even in the capital he struggles. Driving earns me barely enough to pay for my home and car and other expenses.

Another redundant Utusan reporter said many of his ex-colleagues now do odd jobs, such as selling food and Tupperware from their car boots on the street.

The 49-year-old ex-reporter, who wanted to be known only as Mohamad, said he was lucky, because after much searching he has finally managed to land a job as a writer at a marketing and event management company.

A friend told me about the opening. If not, I would be driving for an e-hailing company right now, he said.

Some of my ex-colleagues are selling perfume on the streets, kaki lima. Others have become runners and unit trust or insurance agents. Its hard to find a job, and even if you can, the pay is too low.

For the lucky older ones with a good career behind them, the future is not so bleak.

A 55-year-old ex-member of the editorial staff of another English daily, who left through a mutual separation scheme in 2017, said hes happy that he got out of journalism.

For one thing, he is now able to catch up on his travel ambitions.

He plans to continue writing, albeit not for newspapers anymore.

Im enjoying my retirement, he told FMT. Since I left Im travelling more often as thats my other passion besides writing.

Younger ex-employees are less enthusiastic about being out on the streets job hunting.

And Utusans cast-outs are not alone in their woes.

On Friday, a major media group which operates several Malaysian television, radio and print businesses is to lay off an estimated 600 newspaper workers as part of its restructuring and downsizing. Over half of those affected are journalists.

As shares tumble ever faster in traditional media companies, what was once a career with lifelong prospects is looking increasingly shaky.

The news industrys traditional printing presses have now mostly ceased their clatter for good.

Ex-reporter Mohamad puts it like this: For many of us, if we were offered a chance to go back to Utusan, we would have to think about it very carefully. The future of print media is very bleak.
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Post time 12-12-2019 01:02 PM | Show all posts
Kesian dengan sekolah dah nak dibuka tak lama lagi mereka pula bakal hilang pekerjaan pasti jadi tekanan hebat buat mereka
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Post time 12-12-2019 01:13 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Makin ramai jobless..
Makin nk huru hara ke?
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Post time 12-12-2019 01:32 PM | Show all posts
Skrg ni zaman digital. Ramai nak tengok yg berbayar murah2 mcm netflix, iflix atau yg free mcm CNN news, youtube pun dah boleh cari dah.

Zaman televisyen dah tamat.
Skrg zaman media internet.

Kalau takdak sapa nak berubah ikut arus pemodenan, maka dia akan ke belakang dan tutup kedai
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Post time 12-12-2019 04:03 PM | Show all posts
definitely a dying future for journalism. hopefully tkde dah yg amik course journalism kat U. kesian budak2 nanti takde job, nak bayar balik study loan lagi.. nak hidup pun susah skrg
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Post time 12-12-2019 04:18 PM | Show all posts
Bepuluh2 tahun pengalaman jd wartawan, kalau dah kena buang apa je kerja baru yang dia org boleh buat berdasarkan pengalaman tersebut. Pening woooo.

Mohon jadi cybertrooper je la. Wartawan cari forum ke... itu pun berapa je kekosaongan.
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Post time 12-12-2019 04:51 PM | Show all posts
Korang pun support la beli paper hari2..sehari rm1.50 jer pun..nie asyik terpekik2 kata kesian tapi xder pun  beli paper utk support diaorg
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