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Malaysian designer Rizalman shuts down businesses for two weeks to protect workers from

Malaysian designer Rizalman makes decision to put businesses on two-week to protect workers from Covid-19




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PETALING JAYA — Fashion designer Datuk Ibrahim has hit the pause button on his operations in light of the rising cases in Malaysia.

In a statement posted to Instagram, the Penang-born creative told followers that businesses under RIC Group Sdn Bhd will temporarily halt all operations, including the fulfilment of online orders.


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The move will go ahead despite the fact that Rizalman’s companies have gotten permission from the International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) to operate during the movement control order.

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“Following the spread of Covid-19, the upper management of Rizalman Ibrahim Group of Companies has decided to enact a full closure and suspension for all operations under RIC Group Sdn Bhd.

“(We are doing this) even though we have already registered and obtained a certificate of recognition from Miti.

“We aim to protect our employees and prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic through the closure and suspension of sales,” read the statement.

The closure is set to last for two weeks or until further notice.

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Rizalman has been lauded by Instagram users who appreciated the 49-year-old’s proactive approach in looking after the health of his staff.

“This is an example of a good boss,” wrote one user.

“A smart decision to not prioritise yourself and profits,” said another.

Workplace clusters remain a common source of Covid-19 infections in Malaysia, with seven out of 19 new clusters reported yesterday falling under the workplace category.Follow us on Social Media

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