Unions fights for workers, and their leaders should never become or be seen as employers’ agents, says Charles Hector.
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Almost four dozen civil society organisations have called on the government to prioritise the rights of workers and trade union to ensure the well being of workers and their families.
Over 50 civil society groups have demanded that Malaysia Airlines cease its anti-union action against the National Union of Flight Attendants Malaysia and its members.
Workers’ rights issues should be resolved through negotiations, not by union busting, say 43 civil society and trade union groups.
Charles Hector asserts that Renesas must immediately recognise the workers’ union and reinstate workers’ leader Wan Noorulazhar and other workers who have been terminated.
In the first of a two-part article, Charles Hector examines how a pro-business government has led to a steady weakening of workers’ rights and their welfare and livelihood.
Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) is calling on the international community to address the deficiency of legislative protections for domestic workers that now allows recruitment agencies and employers to act...