In a statement, she said the fine for violators is to deter others from breaking the rules. It also should be same tier in keeping with the degree of violation, which may well be up to RM10,000.
Too light punishment
“For sure, there’s now an urgent have to have a more vigilant and effective monitoring mechanism to confirm corporates’. Adherence to SOPs for his or her workers,” added Maria.
“We must implement this immediately, especially with rising Covid-19 cases.”
She added that the outbreak in various glove companies must be a stern lesson for businesses. For them to better place their support their employees and drive sustainable business performance.
We now have the chance to rebuild a more equitable, inclusive workplace and healthy workers. Which will strengthen corporate organizations far beyond Covid-19,” she said.
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