Tag: Human Resources Ministry
It says the two groups should 'tell all Malaysians which provisions of the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Bill 2019 you agree or disagree with and why'.
The human resources minister says private sector employers must comply with the new benefit announced in the 2020 Budget.
Penang deputy CM takes the human resources ministry to task for ‘ad hoc’ measures to improve workers’ rights.
The Cabinet decided today that a committee, made up of three ministries, will further probe issues involving the gig economy.
MTUC says the whole foreign worker intake system is messed up and only a RCI will be able to identify the abuses and recommend remedial measures.
The human resources minister says affected workers will be referred to an employment insurance system while rehiring and retraining can take place, if they lose their jobs.
It denies allegations by human resources ministry that it is against ratification of the International Labour Organisation Convention 87 (C87).
The human resources ministry says MTUC had previously rejected the principle of C87 on the freedom to organise trade unions as this could lead to a multiplicity of unions in the workplace.
The human resources ministry denies claims that the Cabinet is opposed to making the report available to the public.
A special committee set up to streamline policies on foreign workers is said to have suggested placing workers under the human resources ministry.
The Decent Working Group says the present amendments are at odds with Pakatan Harapan's manifesto pledge to improve the lives of the working class.
Decent Work Working Group says the human resources ministry has failed to respond to 46 recommendations it submitted.
The human resources minister says this is what the National Wages Consultative Council Act recommends.
Treat foreign workers as well as you treat Malaysians, Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran tells employers.
The human resources ministry says its proposed guidelines will be submitted first to the National Labour Advisory Council.
The money will be kept in Socso and returned to them when they leave.
The human resources minister says foreign workers are hired for jobs that do not require vocational certification.
Rights organisation Tenaganita says private agencies set very high recruitment fees as they are primarily focused on profit.
The HRDF can be a means for shared prosperity between employers and employees and serve the common good of the nation in the long run.
It is high time the relevant ministry comes up with a clear policy on the hiring of foreign workers, and a review of the current processes.
The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers says foreign workers management should be under the human resources ministry, not the home ministry.
Secretary-general Harry Tan Huak Hock says problems of funding, quality and recognition faced by public vocational institutes need to be resolved.
The Human Resources Minister says ministry officers may have to come back at night, Saturday and Sunday or public holiday to dispose of the delayed cases.
Human resources ministry says policy applies to new foreign workers as well as those who have renewed their temporary employment visit pass.
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