Thursday, October 14, 2021

MTUC

MTUC welcomes Nobel Prize for minimum wage study

KUCHING: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak welcomes the Nobel Prize for minimum wage study which was recently awarded to economists David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens. MTUC Sarawak secretary Andrew Lo lauded the trio who won the...

Employees have a choice but better to get vaccinated

KUCHING: Employees have a choice in whether or not they wish to be vaccinated and employers cannot compel employees to be mandatorily vaccinated, but employees are still advised to get vaccinated against Covid-19. Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak secretary...

Government needs to lead by example in pandemic fight

KUCHING: The announcement to revoke the state of Emergency has left Malaysians, especially workers, with a sense of despair, says Andrew Lo. “For ordinary workers and simple folk eking out a living in this Covid ravished times, it is with...

MTUC praises smooth vaccination process

KUCHING: Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak secretary Andrew Lo has commended the efficient management of the Covid-19 vaccination process at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK). “I am certainly very impressed with the way my vaccination was done this...

Smooth AstraZeneca jab, says Sarawak MTUC chief

KUCHING: Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak chairman Mohammad Ibrahim Hamid has described the process of receiving his AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) as smooth with minimal waiting or holding time. Sharing his experience of...

Leadership by example can help end pandemic

KUCHING: The Malaysia Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak has urged the nation’s leaders to step up and demonstrate leadership by example to see an end to the pandemic. Its secretary Andrew Lo claimed that there were many cases of ministers...

Not much to celebrate on Labour Day

KUCHING: Workers all over the country will not have much to celebrate on Labour Day this year in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak chairman Mohamad Ibrahim. He said workers were in the front...

Move ahead with labour law reforms

KUCHING: Sarawak must move ahead and continue the much-needed comprehensive labour law reforms to offer greater protection to workers and their unions, says Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak chairman Mohamad Ibrahim Hamid. He said the government, workers and trade...

MTUC S’wak welcomes court decision

KUCHING: Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) Sarawak has welcomed the Federal Court decision that hoteliers are not entitled to utilise their employees’ service charge to satisfy their statutory obligations to pay the minimum wage or incorporate them into a...

Work from home, a new norm that should be continued

KUALA LUMPUR: The Work From Home (WFH) or remote working, which has been widely practiced since the movement control order (PKP) was implemented more than a year ago, is gaining acceptance although many find it awkward initially. The reopening of...
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Development comes to Sarawak’s south: Thanks to Telok Melano-Sematan Road

BY ANASATHIA JENIS Hafis Mohamed will never forget the bitter experiences and times when the boat he was travelling in sank...
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