Kula: We’re reviewing ‘outdated’ laws

IPOH: The Human Resources Ministry is reviewing all “outdated” legislation related to the protection and coverage of workers with a draft of the amendments to the Employment Act being finalised for discussions with stakeholders.

Minister M. Kulasegaran (pic) said his ministry is reviewing the Employ­ment Act, noting that the laws are “outdated” and need to keep up with current times.

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