KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 -- The Union of Pos Malaysia Uniformed Staff (UPUS) has condemned irresponsible quarters for trying to jeopardise the excellent relationship it has with Pos Malaysia Berhad (Pos Malaysia) by spreading untruths.
On that account, its president, Ismail Ali said UPUS has lodged a police report, claiming that the spread of false news has tarnished its image and that of Pos Malaysia’s.
A post which went viral on social media claimed that a uniformed Pos Malaysia employee was denied his bonus, thus putting him in a dire situation.
Ismail emphasised that the union takes this allegation seriously.
“We conducted an investigation and contacted our state and branch representatives. We found there was no postman or Pos Malaysia employee facing difficulties as claimed.
“The story (allegation) is not true and was created by certain individuals with a personal agenda to trick society. We request complete investigations towards such cases,” he said in a statement, today.
Recently, a letter allegedly written by a Pos Malaysia employee made its round on social media. The content of the message expressed the employee’s disappointment for not being able to fulfill his family’s Aidilfitri needs as he did not receive bonus.
Meanwhile, Ismail said UPUS appreciates Pos Malaysia’s efforts in maintaining harmony with the union and taking care of the welfare of its of employees.
“We are satisfied with what have been provided, and we will work together with the company to realise its transformation plan and to further enhance the company’s performance, to achieve success for the good of everyone,” he said.
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