BONSERNEWS.com – Do you know? The Malaysian state prohibits employees from calling dear or dear to their co-workers, it turns out that they can be threatened with being fired by the company where they work.
The Malaysian regulation prohibiting employees from calling dear or dear was announced by the Public Services Commission (PSC).
Malaysia considers calling affection or dear a disciplinary offense for employees within the scope of the country’s government.
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The PSC policy is contained in a circular letter dated April 7, 2023 which states that the use of the word dear or dear to co-workers is a form of verbal sexual harassment.
Malaysian regulations prohibiting employees from calling dear or dear and any forms of verbal sexual harassment apply to all positions in a company in Malaysia.
This rule refers to the victim’s confession which is proven true, then the company can issue a policy of sanctions such as demotion, being fired, and being detained by the authorities.
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Suddenly the Malaysian regulations prohibiting employees from calling dear, dear or the like, spread and went viral on social media.
Lots of unique netizen comments regarding Malaysian regulations prohibiting employees from calling dear or dear to this co-worker
“Indonesia like this also needs to know that it’s common with men wkwkwk” commented @fabiolaviny
“If you’re nervous, your enthusiasm for work and concentration will drop” @burhan.hd
“Kereeen.. I like this, I hope we also realize to get rid of the habit of joking like this” @_dnoer who agrees with Malaysian regulations.
“It’s done, all the people I call honey, babe, baby” @merrynie while laughing.()