UEM Edgenta has been victimizing unionized workers
Protest was against worker mistreatment by Edgenta UEMS
A tale of cruelty, injustice, and dashed hopes
The response to COVID-19 highlights the deep inequality that exists between employers and employees.
by Patchanee Kumnak, December 2019 General social context of Thailand Economic development is slowing down Factories closed down as economy is slowing down. Employers apply the labour law allowing enforcing 75% of salary. They also lay off workers in garment, automobile, electronics, electric appliances, chemical products sectors and so on. Around 44,000 workers are laid…
Why not just make the minimum wage RM 1200 nationwide?
We need a system that prioritizes the human being and the environment instead of the rapacious greed for profits.
PSM condemns the actions of government owned company UEM Edgenta Mediserve Sdn Bhd
“Bila kami Bersatu” will be playing in Georgetown on 9 November
Tan Sri Dr Ninian , will you do justice to your estate workers?