Collective Bargaining


In Malaysia, we observe, that only a trade union which  is registered with the Director-General of Trade Unions  (DGTU) and has been granted recognition by the Group,  in accordance with applicable laws, may enter into collective  bargaining with TDM. The collective bargaining process  is also regulated by law and takes place at the company  level guided by the Collective Bargaining Policy and by the  Malayan Agricultural Producers Association (MAPA). For the  year ending 31 December 2018, a total of 1,347 employees  were registered as members of The All Malayan Estates  Staff Union (AMESU) and The National Union of Plantation  Workers (NUPW). The notice period and provisions for  consultation and negotiation are specified in collective  agreements which vary from MAPA/AMESU and MAPA/  NUPW.

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