Tag: labour laws
The Malaysian Employers Federation says the human resources minister had failed to consult stakeholders before tabling the changes in Parliament.
The Malaysian Trades Union Congress says the changes were rushed through the Dewan Rakyat without endorsement by labour and employers' groups.
It comes a day after hundreds of Utusan Melayu workers were told to pack up.
America barred trading of rough diamonds from African country on Tuesday for use of forced labour.
Deliveroo is facing questions over whether its employment practices meet respective labour law standards in the countries it operates in.
Malaysian Trades Union Congress secretary-general J Solomon says employers must pay fair compensation.
Industrial Court raps Jerald Wong Thai Hian for blaming his poor performance on company's technology platform.
Charles Santiago says plans for Japanese visa programme show the need to raise wages in Malaysia first.
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.
Court chairman Bernard John Kanny explains RM870,408 award to employee reinstated after 58 months.
The human resources minister says the ministry is looking into more "relevant" basic salaries for different sectors.
The Argentinean government will delay its planned labour reforms after pressure from union leaders, as well as violent protests.
Human resources ministry says employers who fire pregnant employees who are on maternity leave could be fined RM10,000.
The government should not let TPPA's current uncertainty stop it from amending existing labour laws, says MTUC.