Bridging the Gap in Knowledge and Policy
Welcome to the Progressive Wage Hub, a dynamic platform that serves as a pivotal link between workers, employers, academia, government, and the public. Our mission is to facilitate the convergence of ideas and insights, fostering informed discussions and collaborations that drive the advancement of fair and sustainable wage practices. With a commitment to promoting inclusive and equitable work environments, we strive to create a positive impact and drive positive change in the labor landscape. Follow us in shaping the future of work through informed dialogue and collaborative efforts toward a more just and prosperous society.


What is Progressive Wage Model (PWM)
What is the progressive wage model? How is it implemented? What are the benefits of this wage system for workers and employers? Should we completely copy the implemented progressive wage model in Singapore?
Why the Progressive Wage Model?
There is a concern to address the wage stagnation among middle-wage earners, particularly semi-skilled workers.
Will the Implementation of the Progressive Wage Model Burden the Employers?
Essentially, the implementation of the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) is not a burden, but rather a strategic move that holds the key to unleashing a prosperous future.
How Wage and Productivity Growth is Determined in The Progressive Wage Model?
The Progressive Wage Model (PWM) operates on the principle that wage growth is linked to skill enhancement and productivity improvement.
Will the Progressive Wage Model Replace the Minimum Wage?
The implementation of the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) in Malaysia has sparked ongoing debates about its potential effects on the existing Minimum Wage (MW).
What is the Ideal Form of Wage Distribution?
Normal distribution is a continuous probability distribution that is widely used in statistics. It is also known as the Gaussian distribution of the bell curve.
Why Progressive Wage Model (PWM) is Considered as a Fair Wage System?
The progressive wage model is considered a fair wage system because it provides wage growth based on skills and productivity, ensuring both workers and employers are well-off.
Is The Progressive Wage Model (PWM) a Completely New Wage System in Malaysia?
While some may perceive the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) as a recent wage system introduced in Malaysia, in reality, PWM is not entirely new and has already been adopted by certain industries.
Minimum and Living Wages
Wage models can be broadly categorized into two main systems which include floor wage and progression wage systems.
How Minimum Wage is Determined?
In Malaysia, a study body of the National Wage Consultation Council (MPGN) has been established in 2011 to oversee wage matters for the private sector.