We call for the abolition of the contractor for labour and their practices and that all workers, currently supplied by these 3rd party manpower/labour suppliers (contractor for labour) who are still not direct employees of the principal employer be immediately made employees of the said principal and be accorded same benefits and treatment as accorded to all other employees without discrimination, including the right to form/join trade unions or afford protection and entitlement to the benefits accorded through their respective Collective Agreements.We call for the abolition of precarious employment, and for retention of a just 2-party employment relationship between principals and workers, and for the respect of worker and trade union rights.
Abolish the ‘Contractor for Labour’ system
Withdraw the 2012 amendments to Employment Act 1955.
Amalgamated Union Employees Tenaga Nasional Berhad (AUETNB )
Solidarity of Cavite Workers, Philippines