The Chief Minister said the company''s financial means to offer four months''
bonus for its employees recently was proof of its good performance, which would
benefit its employees and the organisation as a whole.
"The company''s affordability to pay back the RM25 million loan in advance to
Innoprise Sdn Bhd (a subsidiary of Sabah Foundation) gives satisfaction to
"So, it''s not wrong to give four months'' bonus to the employees as such
rewards are also practised by multinationals," he said.
Musa also suggested to government investment agencies, particularly
companies which have invested in oil palm estates, to diversify their products
by venturing into oil palm downstream industries and not merely focusing on
crude palm oil.
He said Sabah Softwoods was on the right track in its continued efforts to
provide added value for its products and manufacture high quality goods and for
its initiative to collaborate with other companies to make bigger profits in
Musa also cautioned the company to be careful when investing or teaming up
with any company to ensure the investment or collaboration yielded the desired
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