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Nepal lifts ban on recruitment for M'sia following deal to address abuses

Under an agreement, M'sian employers will foot the visa fees, air tickets and health check-up cost for Nepali workers.

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1,500 Sipitang timber workers hopeful for their job security

LETTER | A definitive High Court decision on the ownership of Sabah Forest Industries will keep jobs safe, their union says.

by Engrit Liaw
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MTUC vote on ILO convention due to certain misconceptions

LETTER | The congress remains committed to the protection of all workers irrespective of race, religion or gender.

by Abdul Halim Mansor, MTUC
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Call emergency meeting to resolve contract cleaner issues, PSM tells Maszlee

Ministerial-level consultation needed to address dismissal of workers employed by Education Ministry, says S Arutchelvan. 

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Malaysians seeking construction jobs in Japan - beware Tokyo Olympics' dark side

LETTER | As the government seeks to send semi-skilled workers abroad, their rights must be safeguarded.

by Azlan Yaacob
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Deal to send Malaysian workers to Japan not finalised yet

Memorandum of cooperation with Japan still being drafted, says Human Resource Minister M Kulasegaran.

by Bernama
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Qatar must respect Asian workers

LETTER | We should not forget about its repeated human rights violations, especially poor conditions for its workers.

by Sophia Evans
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Workers wrongly blamed for productivity ills

LETTER | How much has the price of a roti canai and a teh tarik increased over the past five years?

by Syed Shahir Syed Mohamud, Callistus Antony D'Angelus
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Crisis of leadership in the M'sian workplace

LETTER | The need for power and control results in a disengaged workforce.

by A worker
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MRT2 workers should blame the real guilty party

LETTER | Corruption at the highest order, at public expense, will no longer be tolerated.

by David Quek
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Malaysian workers deserve a change in government

LETTER | Labour has been robbed of its dignity

by Callistus Antony D’Angelus
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Workers are being laid off unexpectedly

LETTER | Companies are indiscriminately firing their workers without adequate compensation.

by Mohd Shafie BP Mammal
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The state of the labour movement in Malaysia

FEATURE | The degeneration of the labour movement can only be understood in its historical context.

by Charles Hector
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Why minimum wage of RM1.5k is good for the economy

ADUN SPEAKS | Raising the minimum wage limit will only strengthen the economy instead of weakening it. 

by Howard Lee
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‘Unemployment insurance scheme keeps retrenched workers off the job’

The proposal to set up an Unemployment Insurance Scheme (UIS) by the Human Resources Ministry to manage retrenched workers in this country is completely out of touch with today’s economic and employment realities. Here's why.

by Medecci Lineil
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13,730 workers laid off in Singapore, highest since 2009

Professionals, managers, executives and technicians more likely to be made redundant, says Ministry of Manpower report.

by Massita Ahmad, Bernama
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