Malaisie: Les défi s du mouvement syndical face aux travailleurs migrants
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In Malaysia, the tripartite system of industrial relations does not sufficiently protect the interests of workers, let alone those of migrant workers. The latter constitute an important reservoir of manpower for manufacturing industry, construction, plantations and services: often hired on a short-term contract, they are made redundant according to the needs of the employers. This paper focuses on trade union strategies for migrant workers. It also attempts to assess the impact of the social clauses contained in the chapter on the work of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPAP), which provides for the remedying of the problems of migrant workers and trafficking in human beings.