LLRC Bulletin : Freedom of Association Makes Unions Stronger Ever

LLRC has published a bulletin titled “Freedom of Association Makes Unions Stronger Ever” to explain that why Malaysian workers should support the Trade Union (Amendment) Bill 2022. … Read More >LLRC Bulletin : Freedom of Association Makes Unions Stronger Ever

Submission of Memorandum on Trade Union Bill, Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances to MOHR

Today, LLRC submitted three memorandums in relation to Trade Union Amendment Bill, Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances to the Ministry of Human Resources in Putrajaya. … Read More >Submission of Memorandum on Trade Union Bill, Sabah and Sarawak Labour Ordinances to MOHR

[PS] Immediate dialogue on implementation of freedom of associations before the second reading of Trade Union Bill 2022

LLRC urges the Ministry to Human Resources to hold an immediate dialogue with the trade union community before the second reading of Trade Union Bill 2022 to rebuild the trust between the unions and the government. A deliberative democratic process should be adopted to make trade unions’ voices heard by the government. … Read More >[PS] Immediate dialogue on implementation of freedom of associations before the second reading of Trade Union Bill 2022

[PS] The Fourth Schedule of Trade Union Bill 2022 is a Knife Hanging over the Head of Labour Movement

LLRC calls on the government to immediately withdraw the fourth schedule of the Trade Union Bill 2022, which insinuates that trade unions could wage wars against the state and involve in terrorism. … Read More >[PS] The Fourth Schedule of Trade Union Bill 2022 is a Knife Hanging over the Head of Labour Movement

Anti-worker minister should be removed from the “Keluarga Malaysia” cabinet

If the Prime Minister is still considering workers as part of the “Keluarga Malaysia” who are entitled to shared prosperity of the economic growth, he should remove the anti-worker minister from the cabinet and commit to workers’ agenda. … Read More >Anti-worker minister should be removed from the “Keluarga Malaysia” cabinet