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11 Dez 2021

A. Ananthalakshmi, Reuters

Malaysia charges Dyson supplier ATA with labour law violations

11 December 2021

Malaysia has charged Dyson supplier ATA IMS (ATAI.KL) with four violations of labour law on accommodation for workers as it investigates complaints of forced labour, authorities said [...].


"The complaints were mainly on allegations of appalling working and living conditions and foreign workers being forced to work excessive overtime hours," Malaysia's labour department told Reuters in an email response.


The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the charges.

Reuters reported on Nov. 25 and Dec. 5 that ATA's mostly migrant workforce did overtime in excess of the monthly legal limit of 104 hours, and worked on Sundays.


The company has taken steps to ensure no recurrence, it added, saying it had begun a policy of zero overtime on Sunday that led to the resignations of nearly 300 workers in the first week of December.

Police are also investigating ATA over claims that a former worker was beaten by police after being taken to a police station where he was questioned about sharing information on working conditions with activists.

ATA has dismissed the accusations by the worker, Dhan Kumar Limbu, as unsubstantiated and "unlikely to have taken place".