The Burmese government plans to sue the South Korean owners of the closed Master Sports factory in Rangoon’s Hlaing Tharyar Township over unpaid compensation claims for more than 750 workers.
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Mar 10, 2008 (DVB), A team of government officials who went to Taunggok to investigate complaints of forced labour have made local residents sign statements on whether they were pressured[…]
The Taiwanese government has reached out to Burma with a plan to hire migrant workers from the country, said Khin Nwe Oo, director of the Labour Ministry’s Employment and Social Welfare Department.[…]
First application submitted to labour ministry for the formation of a union awaits approval after half a century of denial of workers’ rights
Recent strikes by Burmese migrant workers in northeastern Thailand highlight a wider malaise in the Kingdom’s treatment of a key economic crutch
Striking workers from the Home Shin cold storage factory closed down their rally site outside City Hall in Rangoon after successfully negotiating terms with the factory owner and officials from the Labour Ministry.
Labour ministry allows extension of visa for migrants and orders police not to harass the thousands fleeing to Burma to escape floods
Labour ministry prepares for new round of work permits for migrants but warns of a crackdown against illegal foreign labourers in Thailand