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Bajet 2012: HARAPAN PENJAWAT AWAM

Boleh katakan setiap hari heboh menceritakan perihal bajet 2012 khususnya kakitangan kerajaan. Isu kenaikan gaji begitu cepat meniti di bibir mereka tambahan pula Kongres Kesatuan Pekerja-Pekerja di Dalam Perkhidmatan Awam (CUEPECS) dalam sidang akhbarnya sebelum ini memohon kepada PM Dato’ Seri Najib  Razak mempertimbangkan agar kakitangan awam di seluruh negara diberikan dua bulan bonus, kenaikan gaji dan memperbaiki Sistem Saraan Malaysia (SSM) sedia ada untuk meningkatkan produktiviti kakitangan Kerajaan. Dua isu utama ini sememangnya terhangat di ‘pasaran’ ketika ini sehingga di kedai-kedai kopi seluruh negara tidak pernah lekang dengan topik berkenaan.

Isu kenaikan gaji pokok RM1500 bagi kakitangan kerajaan pangkat rendah sedikit menggembirakan bagi mereka yang selama ini menanti-nantikan untuk perkara tersebut menjadi realiti. Persoalannya adakah dengan kenaikan gaji pokok ini benar-benar merangsang kaki tangan kerajaan untuk menghasilkan produktiviti negara yang mencapai standard yang di harapkan. Sebelum ini Malaysia diiktiraf dunia antara 10 negara yang kekal berdaya saing dimana kita diletakkan di ranking kesembilan yang mana meletakkan Malaysia sebaris Singapura, Hong Kong, Amerika Syarikat, Switzerland, Australia, Sweden, Kanada, Taiwan dan Norway.

Bagi saya ini bukan lah isu sebenar bagi menjawab kepada persoalan kekal berdaya saing ataupun menyentuh berkenaan isu produktiviti kerana sememangnya kakitangan kerajaan telah membantu untuk buktikan kejayaan Malaysia di pentas dunia baik dari segi kualiti kerja mahupun peningkatan ekonomi secara amnya. Isu yang perlu di pandang serius adalah kewajaran kerajaan meningkatkan gaji pokok kakitangan kerajaan kepada RM1500 kerana kita perlu berada di landasan yang betul untuk mencapai negara berpendapatan tinggi menjelang tahun 2020 yang tinggal hanya beberapa tahun lagi.

Untuk mecapai standard negara berpendapatan tinggi kayu ukur yang paling tepat adalah KDNK negara yang perlu kekal stabil 7 % setahun dimana menerusi KDNK tersebut masyarakat mampu untuk berpendatan sekurang-kurangnya  RM 40 ribu hingga RM 50 ribu setahun. Ini adalah ukuran standard bagi menilai sesebuah negara maju. Kenaikan gaji kakitangan kerajaan sekiranya di kaji dengan teliti sebelum ini menerusi Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam (JPA) telah merekodkan pelarasan gaji kakitangan awam dilakukan sebanyak enam kali dalam tempoh 15 tahun sejak 1992 hingga 2007, diberikan setiap tiga hingga lima tahun iaitu pada 1992, 1995, 2000, 2002 (dua kali) dan 2007. Dan kemungkinan untuk kenaikan bagi tahun 2012 adalah tinggi.

Isu kedua berkenaan memperbaiki system saraan Malaysia (SSM), saya kira kerajaan akan membuat sedikit perubahan dalam isu ini kerana Malaysia tiada standard khusus untuk diikuti atau diimplementasikan dimana sIstem saraan umur wajib kakitangan awam adalah 58. Berbanding dengan negara maju yang lain seperti jepun dan Amerika yang lebih realistik sistem saraan mereka yang bermula dari umur 60 hingga ke 65 tahun.

Ini dibuat bagi memastikan kerajaan tidak perlu mengeluarkan kos yang banyak bagi melantik kakitangan baru dan dalam konteks pengalaman mereka bagi menguruskan kerja dengan baik. Disebalik kontranya pula kerajaan harus memikirkan kekosongan jawatan yang perlu anak muda tunggu bagi mendapatkan kerja kerana mereka perlu menunggu agak lama bagi kakitangan kerajaan untuk mencapai umur persaraan. Hal ini akan mendatangkan kesan sampingan seperti pengangguran dan sebagainya. Dari segi produktiviti kakitangan baru perlu direkrut berbanding mengekalkan kakitangan lama yang tidak mencapai piawaian yang ditetapkan kerana setiap jabatan kerajaan ada sasaran NKRA yang perlu di capai.

Akhir Sekali,isu Pokok yang dilontarkan diatas,hendaklah dipandang berat oleh Kerajaan bagi memastikan kakitangan awam di Negara in dapat berkerja dengan lebih baik sekali gus membantu Malaysia dalam mencapai hasrat Wawasan 2020 dalam keadaan yang seimbang dari semua bidang di dalam Negara ini…

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BELIA MENINGGAL DALAM PENJARA : PAMPASAN RM590 RIBU UNTUK KELUARGA

KUANTAN: The state High Court ordered the Government, Penor Prison director and 10 prison warders to pay RM590,000 to the parents of a youth who died while under remand in 2004.

High Court judge Justice Mariana Yahya delivered the decision in chambers.

Plaintiffs Mohamed Yusof Mat Diah, 64, and his wife Rohani Mohamed, 53, filed the civil suit following the death of their son Mohd Shukri Mohamed Yusof.

The Government, pri­son director and workers were the defendants.

The prison workers were Azhar Che Wil, Teyun Thian Em, Suhaimi Nordin, Mohamad Hamdan Mohd Yaakob, Ahmad Rizal Ab Halim, Ismail@Mat Daud Ideris, Hamdan Mohamad, Mohd Rozi Abdul Hamid, Baharin Abdul Ghani and Zamarul Hafiz Shahbudin.

The plaintiffs were represented by G. Visvanathan Nair, G. Subramanian Nair and Ebrina Zubir.

Visvanathan said the court ruled that the defendants were liable for the harm suffered by Mohd Shukri.

Rohani said she was relieved that the case was finally over.

“The important thing is that justice has been served. But the money will not bring back my son.”

In May 2004, seven prison workers were charged with the murder of Mohd Shukri. Azhar was found guilty.

Dipetik daripada The Star Online
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Safee Sali dan K. Rajagopal : Pengaruh dan Kesan Dalam Peningkatan Bola Sepak Negara

The Malayan Tigers' star's two-week trial with Cardiff City has been labelled a PR stunt by some, but the tide is turning on how the fans perceive the national team

In a footballing world full of change, Malaysian football is certainly going in the right direction. Well, at one point in their history, they were on the right track until several problems affected a team which was once feared in Asia. Perhaps the 1994 corruption scandal is just one of many other crises, but it remains the most significant one to have rocked the nation.
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Sometimes, comparison draws out negativity. Face the fact, Malaysian legend Mokhtar Dahari and the rest of the players from the 'golden age' of football in the South East Asian nation are a group which comes along once in a lifetime. And there’s no point in comparing them with the current crop of players. Times change, and so do individuals. At the current time, Malaysian football is on the rise.

 
THE K. RAJAGOPAL FACTOR

Whether we like it or not, Malaysian football fans are typically glory-hunters. Therefore, the immediate impact made by coach K. Rajagopal attracted widespread attention around the nation. Within one year of his appointment in 2009, Rajagopal impeccably led the Malayan Tigers to an emphatic Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup triumph as they brushed off an early crisis to end the tournament as champions.

Before he was given the honour of coaching the national team, the likes of Norizan Abu Bakar and B. Sathianathan all tried their luck but failed. Neither ever really looked convincing in their attempts to change the fortunes of Malaysian football. In came Rajagopal - and the rest is history.

What he has inserted into the team is discipline, belief and flair, while emphasis has been placed on youth development. Young talents like Slovakia-based Wan Zack Wan Haikal or K. Gurusamy are just two of those making magnificent impressions with the Under-23 team, and it may only be a matter of time before they find themselves in the senior side.

"A proper mindset enables players to be switched into a variety of tactics depending on the brand of football preferred by the coach. If ever there was a person to be credited for this renaissance in Malaysian football, it has to be K. Rajagopal."

In football, mentality is one crucial aspect that should never be overlooked. A proper mindset enables players to be switched into a variety of tactics depending on the brand of football preferred by the coach. If ever there was a person to be credited for this renaissance in Malaysian football, it has to be K. Rajagopal.

 
SAFEE SALI’S RISE TO PROMINENCE

The so-called ‘Malaysian Wayne Rooney’ has been ripping apart defences for both club and country in recent times, making him an integral aspect of Malaysia’s resurgence. He might not be a worldwide superstar. He might not be part of a top-class squad. But in an improving team like Malaysia, players don’t come much better than Safee Sali.

He burst onto the scene during the triumphant 2007 Merdeka Cup, in which the deadly combination of Sali and Zaquan Adha proved vital in their successful run, with the former finishing as top scorer in the tournament with four goals.

Speaking of his influence, Malaysia’s recent AFF Suzuki Cup triumph comes to mind. For a man who has scored an incredible 110 goals in just over 130 appearances with various clubs in Malaysia, Safee’s importance to the national team was absolutely undeniable. Five goals earned him another top scorer award as the Malayan Tigers lifted their first Suzuki Cup by defeating Indonesia in the two-legged final.

So, perhaps it was about time Sali tested himself in another league? Indonesian club Pelita Jaya came in with an interesting offer, and the Malaysian goal-machine repaid their faith by banging in seven goals in 13 appearances. Sounds great? Well, that’s probably why Cardiff City swooped to take him on trial for two weeks.

"You can talk all you want about this trial stint being mere PR propaganda by Cardiff’s Malaysian owner, but the man who is regarded as the best striker of his generation in Malaysia certainly has the CV to advocate such an opportunity."

You can talk all you want about this trial stint being mere PR propaganda by Cardiff’s Malaysian owner, but the man who is regarded as the best striker of his generation in Malaysia certainly has the CV to advocate such an opportunity.

 
CONCLUSION

You achieve success in football when you win things, and, for Malaysia, the AFF Suzuki Cup can be used as a platform for further success. In fact, the consequences of the triumph can already be seen - and they are positive. Their brave run in the Fifa 2014 World Cup qualification campaign, in which they almost reached the third round for the first time in their history, is the prime example.

The barriers to success are always going to be complex, but things look encouraging for Malaysian football fans because their team have shown their quality when it mattered. Confidence has been restored and the mentality is improving. The backing from fans seems to be doing the trick as well, and all of this makes for a fascinating period in Malaysian football.

Dipetiak drp Goal.com
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