Monday, March 11, 2019

Adakah perempuan dan lelaki dibayar gaji sama untuk kerja? Undang perlu untuk hentikan diskriminasi berasaskan jantina

Ini senang bikin - hentikan diskriminasi berasaskan jantina.
Kini dalam Akta Kerja ada peruntukan tidak boleh wujud diskriminasi berasaskan sama ada seorang itu pekerja tempatan atau pekerja migran..
Kenapa tidak boleh dimasukkan untuk menghapuskan diskriminasi berasaskan jantina dalam Akta Kerja 1955 ...[Perlembagaan Persekutuan sudah menghalang kerajaan dan badan kerajaan daripada diskriminasi berasaskan jantina > Tidak secara jelas menghalang  majikan sektor swasta melakukan diskriminasi berasaskan jantina]
Article 8(2) Federal Constitution  (2) Except as expressly authorised by this Constitution, there shall be no discrimination against citizens on the ground only of religion, race, descent, place of birth or gender in any law or in the appointment to any office or employment under a public authority or in the administration of any law relating to the acquisition, holding or disposition of property or the establishing or carrying on of any trade, business, profession, vocation or employment.
Justeru, masuk sahaja akta atau peruntukkan dalam Akta Kerja menghalang diskriminasi berasaskan jantina....etnik, agama, asal usul, tempat lahir,...

SEDIH sekali kerja sama, tetapi masih terdapat perempuan dibayar gaji kurang berbanding lelaki untuk kerja sama... 

Kesatuan Sekerja - Kebiasaan, dari segi bilangan ahli perempuan melebihi lelaki TETAPI jika dilihat kepimpinan kesatuan, masih lagi didominasi lelaki...mengapa? 

Philip Morris first in M’sia to obtain equal salary certification

10 Mar 2019 / 20:09 H.
PETALING JAYA: Tobacco company Philip Morris Malaysia (PMM), a subsidiary of Philip Morris International (PMI), has become the first company in Malaysia to obtain Equal-Salary certification from an independent, not-for-profit foundation called the Equal-Salary Foundation.

The certification is a validation that PMM pays men and women equally for equivalent work, a process that is helping to focus attention on the broader issue of gender equality.

PMM managing director Kang Tae Koo in a statement said his organisation’s success depends on its talented and diverse workforce where individuals enjoyed opportunities to learn, grow and prosper in their career.

“For our employees, PMM’s achievement as the first Equal-Salary certified company in Malaysia makes us an employer of choice committed to equality and to fostering an inclusive and dynamic workforce,” Kang said.

“This means providing fair and equal remuneration for men and women for equivalent work. At PMM, our values and principles call for nothing less. This certification, the first for a Malaysian company, makes us an employer of choice committed to equality and to fostering an inclusive and dynamic workforce.”

Equal-Salary Foundation Founder and CEO Véronique Goy Veenhuys said the certification makes PMM the frontrunner of the rigorous, independent Equal-Salary methodology in Malaysia.

“The commitment of companies like PMM is a welcome step forward on the journey toward achieving global wage parity, and contributes to the broader challenge of closing the gender pay gap,” she said.

PMM’s commitment to ensuring equal pay for equivalent work was a welcome step towards achieving global wage parity, she added.

In Malaysia, the gender pay gap is 23%. The report also highlighted that gender gaps in terms of labour force participation and salary equality remain an issue within the country. - Sun Daily, 10/3/2019

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