Labour standards adhered to, says ATA

PETALING JAYA: An independent assessment of ATA IMS Bhd’s Johor Baru facilities has discovered that they adhered to both local and international labour standards.

According to a report by CGC-CIMB Research, ATA has appointed a company “which is one of the Big Four” to conduct an independent assessment of its governance and risk management on human rights and labour management practices against the International Labour Organisation’s 11 indicators of forced labour.

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