JEMPUTAN KE MESYUARAT KONSULTANSI PINDAAN AKTA KERJA
Sunday, 08 January 2012
JERIT ingin menjemput wakil-wakil kesatuan/organisasi/masyarakat dan warga pekerja ke mesyuarat konsultansi untuk membincangkan tindakan lanjut mengenai pindaan Akta Kerja 1955 yang baru-baru ini diluluskan di Dewan Negara.
 
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Tarikh               : 29 Januari 2012
Masa               : 11 pagi
Tempat           :  A-2-7 Pusat Perdagangan Seksyen 8,
                           Jalan Sg Jernih 8/1,
                           Petaling Jaya, Selangor
 
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Justeru itu, kami berharap wakil daripada organisasi/masyarakat/kesatuan sekerja  akan hadir ke mesyuarat konsultansi ini. Untuk mengesahkan kehadiran anda, sila hubungi saudari Sivaranjini 019-6693412.
Kerajaan Tukar Akta atau Pekerja Tukar Kerajaan!
Thursday, 15 December 2011
 
Tidak kurang 350 wakil pekerja telah turun di Parlimen hari ini untuk menuntut Dewan Negara tolak pindaan dalam Akta Kerja 1955. Wakil-wakil pekerja amat marah terhadap pindaan dalam Akta kerja 1955 menyuarakan bantahan dengan sepanduk dan banner di hadapan parlimen.
 
 
10 wakil delegasi pekerja telah menyerahkan memorandum kepada wakil Senator Pakatan Rakyat, YB senator Hajjah Mumtaz binti MD Nawi. Namun tiada wakil dari pihak kerajaan dan YDP dewan negara untuk menerima memorundum ini. Tindakan mereka serupa sememangnya menunjukan kerajaan tidak endah kepada seruan rakyat dan membuat perubahan sesuka hati.
 
 
Walaupun tentangan dari kaum pekerja sedang berterusan untuk pindaan akta ini, tetapi sekiranya kerajaan terus diamkan diri dan teruskan agendanya. Maka tiada jalan lain selain menukar regim BN dalam PRU ke 13.
 
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Saturday, 10 December 2011
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NO MORE GIMMICKS, RM1500 NOW !
Friday, 09 December 2011

JERIT would like to express its disappointment over the statement made by the Human Resource Minister during an interview session with FMT - Minimum wage to be more than RM740,  Teoh El Sen | December 7, 2011. According to the Minister the National Wage Advisory Council (NWAC) is at its final stage of deliberating the quantum of the wage which could range between RM740 to RM1100.  The Minister also said the NWAC is currently studying the rate and coverage of minimum wage according to sector, job type, area and territory.

 

JERIT, after looking at the statement by the Minister, is worried that the minimum wage will be fixed slightly above poverty line and only few sectors will get the maximum of RM1100. JERIT and the trade unions have been demanding for RM1500 due to the increase in cost of living and other factors.  Any wage below that quantum is not going to ease the burden of the workers who have been contributing to the economy of the nation.  With the annoucement, JERIT forsee the workers in rural areas, certain sectors in  states like Kedah or Perlis will earn lesser. 

 

The Minister may have forgotten that these workers too have school going  children, have to pay the same price for basic necessities like rice, chicken, sugar, petrol, school fee and etc. This is why a minimum wage of RM1500 for all workers without any form of discrimination is crucial.

 

The Minister further said that the World Bank and other studies has cautioned that any figure above RM1,200 could have some challenging impacts on our economy like inflation. If this is true, then why the government has decided a pay hike between 7-13% for civil servants from January 2012. This hike is also meant for high-ranking officers in the civil service.  While JERIT welcomes the pay hike for low waged civil servants, there should not be double standard because the workers in the private sector are more vulnerable and earning much lower and they are the majority forming almost 11 million labour force in the country.

 

JERIT believes that the Ministry of Human Resorce is not sincere in providing a decent living minimum wage to the workers. It is expected that the government is going to announce the minimum wage by the end of year just as a poitical gimmick and its propaganda for the up-coming general election.  The previous wage council has proven that it has no bite and can never enforce the employers to pay minimum wage like what happened to the security guards. History is going to repeat itself.

 

If the BN Government is really sincere, then it should listen to the cries of the majority workers (and not World Bank) and use its political will to implement minimum wage of RM1500.

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JOM BANTAH PINDAAN AKTA KERJA 1955
Thursday, 08 December 2011
 
15 Disember, 10.30pagi
 
PARLIMEN


Pindaan ini adalah antara yang terburuk dalam 40 tahun sejarah. KINI pindaan ini hanya diluluskan di Dewan Rakyat.Kita masih ada bacaan di Dewan Negara yang bersidang pada bulan Disember ini.Oleh itu..mari pertahankan HAK KITA!!!

 

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Pekerja turun jalan raya bantah pindaan akta kerja!
Monday, 07 November 2011
 
Ribuan pekerja dengan beraninya turun ke jalan raya untuk membantah pindaan akta kerja 1955 pada Khamis lalu. Piket yang dianjurkan oleh Kongres Kesatuan Sekerja Malaysia (MTUC) di lebih 20 lokasi mengembalikan semangat perjuangan pekerja di Malaysia serta komitmen MTUC yang menuntut kerajaan agar pindaan ini ditarik balik walaupun akta ini telah diluluskan pada 06 October 2011 di Parlimen.
 
Jeritan pekerja pada hari ini sudah memberi satu amaran keras kepada kerajaan supaya tarik balik pindaan tersebut, dan jika tidak hakikatnya lebih besar daripada hari ini. Piket selama satu setengah jam ini penuh bersemangat serta mengaktifkan kesatuan-kesatuan untuk membela nasib mereka sendiri.  
 
Syabas kepada MTUC. Semangat dan ikhtibar ini harus diteruskan supaya kelas pekerja terus bangkit dan menuntuk hak mereka yang sedang dihakis hari demi hari.
Last Updated ( Monday, 07 November 2011 )
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