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

LLRC Submits World Day for Decent Work Memorandum to the Prime Minister’s Office

LLRC urges the new Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to pass the amendments of Trade Union Act and Employment Act by end of 2021. (Bilingual memorandum) … Read More >LLRC Submits World Day for Decent Work Memorandum to the Prime Minister’s Office

LLRC Mengucapkan Tahniah kepada YB M. Saravanan Atas Pelantikan Semula sebagai Menteri Sumber Manusia

Kami berharap YB M. Saravanan dapat meneruskan pembaharuan undang-undang-perburuhan yang terhenti akibat pandemik COVID-19 dan pengumuman darurat pada Januari yang lalu. … Read More >LLRC Mengucapkan Tahniah kepada YB M. Saravanan Atas Pelantikan Semula sebagai Menteri Sumber Manusia

Workers demand swift implementation of labour law reforms, new minimum wage and minimum housing standards

In conjunction with Labour Day 2021, Labour Law Reform Coalition (LLRC) calls on the government to explain whether it has suspended the labour law reform exercise indefinitely. … Read More >Workers demand swift implementation of labour law reforms, new minimum wage and minimum housing standards

Suspension of parliament will further delay labour law reform and negatively affect target of 48% labour income share aimed by SPV 2030

We urge the government to reconsider the decision of suspension of parliament and negotiate for an inter-party consensus to speed up the labour law reforms in the parliament. … Read More >Suspension of parliament will further delay labour law reform and negatively affect target of 48% labour income share aimed by SPV 2030

No more delay! The government must conclude and implement labour law reforms by the first quarter of 2021

The enactments and implementation of Industrial Relations Act 2020, Trade Union Act 1959 and Employment Act 1955 should be concluded by the first quarter of 2021. … Read More >No more delay! The government must conclude and implement labour law reforms by the first quarter of 2021

Submission of reform proposals on Trade Union Act and Industrial Relations Act to the Minister

LLRC representatives submitted a memorandum to the Minister of Human Resources M. Kulasegaran, urging the government to accept our reform proposal for Trade Union Act and Industrial Relations Act. … Read More >Submission of reform proposals on Trade Union Act and Industrial Relations Act to the Minister