Malaysia has long been marred by forced labor issues, where workers’ passports are seized, and they must pay hefty fees for recruitment, work permits, visas, and housing. This debt bondage traps many workers in their…
Unions in South East Asia met last month to discuss how to use occupational health and safety (OHS) as a strategy to organise workers and build strong unions, protecting workers from a hazardous working environment….
Malaysia’s Electronics Industry Employees’ Union Northern Region (EIEUNR) is launching an online petition to call on Apple supplier Molex to stop union-busting and to respect workers’ right to choose their own union and bargain collectively…
Four electronic chip firms in the northern region of Malaysia employing about 4,500 workers, have refused to talk about a new collective bargaining agreement, according to a union representative. A collective bargaining agreement inked in…
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