The trades union says foreign workers still not adequately covered despite being under the work insurance from 2020.
News report says these illegal workers are unable to pay RM700 fine and RM400 airfare home.
The call comes after the head of Cathay Dragon's Airlines Flight Attendants' Association was dismissed without explanation after managers saw her Facebook account.
Malaysian Trades Union Congress secretary-general J Solomon says employers must pay fair compensation.
It says investigations by the Klang Labour Department found none of the workers saw a memo said to be barring Muslim staff from praying during working hours.
The department says it is concerned with reports of misappropriation of employees' salaries without clear consent or reason.
Arutchelvam says party is appalled by move to bring in African workers and deplores cheap labour policy to benefit estate owners.
Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran says foreign workers from Vietnam and Indonesia are no longer keen on working in Malaysia.
All three have been sent to hospital for treatment.
The world's largest internet company has been allegedly mistreating its workers and activists are describing it as a form of 'systematic' retaliation.
CEO Haris Fadzilah Hassan says FGV only plans to reduce 10% of the manpower cost per year.
High Court also allows employers' judicial review to sack group leader Rusaini Ramli, found to be absent from work for four days.
The umbrella union says this will take away the negotiating power of unions to get the best possible wage for workers.
The workers say they are alarmed that Microsoft is working to provide weapons technology to the US Military, helping one country's government 'increase lethality' using tools they built.
Three others are seriously injured.
The layoffs come after days of protests and clashes between police and workers in January that prompted the government to intervene and compel manufacturers to raise wages.
When workers were asked if Pichai’s vision of what the company can achieve inspires them, 78% indicated yes, down 10 percentage points from the previous year.
Terengganu PKR chairman Azan Ismail says workers are still under contract to China Communication Construction Company Ltd.
The cargo vessel was towed to the jetty yesterday but the crew members, who suffer from scurvy and have run out of food and water, cannot yet leave the ship as they do not have their passports.
Iran has been hit by strikes over working conditions in several key sectors this year.
The sector accounts for about 45% of Israel's exports but about 15,300 positions remain open.
For years, tourists have been fascinated by odd trades in Yangon, from cycle trishaws swerving through traffic to roadside clerks going clickety-clack on typewriters.
The government plans to bring in as many as 345,000 foreign workers.
They claim their employer has taken their passports and RM50,260 in deposit from them.