Migrant workers under the domestic law and International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention in Perspective of Malaysia
Chowdhury, Tasnuva Mahbub
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Malaysia has profited extraordinarily from the employment of migrant workers in a few financially imperative areas. Amid the most recent two decades, these workers have given the labour that has fuelled the nation's development as an upper-centre wage nation. However, guaranteeing that migrant workers get reasonable treatment keeps on demonstrating troublesome, with reports of mishandling in a few major industries. In light of late improvements in international trade and more scrutiny examination of worldwide supply chains, there has been expanded weight from the global group to order approach and institutional changes that will better ensure the rights of migrants. The International Labour Organization (ILO) has been giving specialized help to the government and social accomplices to reinforce labour migration administration in Malaysia. Key territories of work have included contributing inputs to draft enactment and reciprocal agreements, enhancing the accumulation of labour migration statistics. The insurance of workers employed in a nation other than their nation of root has dependably had a critical place among the exercises of the ILO, since more than whatever other specialists they are at risk to misuse, especially on the off chance that they are in an unpredictable circumstance and are casualties of the trafficking of people. This paper concentrates on the migrant worker, assurance of whether Domestic Law or ILO Convention and the current insurance that is accessible in Malaysia's employment laws.