An Honest Conversation on Respecting and Addressing Labour Rights in Your Operations
On 18 May 2022, the Star Media Group and knowledge partner Earthworm Foundation are bringing together thought leaders and experts in the field to discuss ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) and labour rights.
This symposium will deep dive into recent Malaysian regulation updates, identify key risks via the lens of stakeholders and touch on relevant tools and capacity-building tactics that can be customised to fit your company.
Who Should Attend
- Senior Management Team Members
- Sustainability Managers
- HR Managers
- Recruitment Managers
- Operations Managers
Admission is RM1,300 per pax (including 6% SST). This is an HRD (Human Resource Development) Corp. claimable workshop.
For more information or assistance, kindly contact the event organisers: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wan Kasim Wan Kadir, Head of Sustainability Engagement at FGV Holdings
- Dato' Mah Weng Kwai, Commissioner of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM)
- Lynda Lim, Lead of Children in Plantation Programme at Earthworm Foundation
- Terence Too Yang-Yau, Social and Human Rights Manager at Earthworm Foundation
- Ken Yeong, Business Engagement Manager at Earthworm Foundation
- Alya Aisyah Fadil, Business Engagement Manager at Earthworm Foundation
- Khai Yau Chua, Government Affairs, Public Policy and Supply Chains Social Responsibility Specialist at Responsible Business Alliance
- Joseph Paul Maliamauv, Director of Operations, Business Accountability and Responsibility at Tenaganita
- Session 1: Introduction and Overview of Various External Regulations Against Forced Labour
- Session 2: Labour Risks Identification and Mitigation
- Session 3: Introduction of Tools and Resources
- Session 4: Company-centric Capacity Building
- Session 5: Case Study From a Company
Have a question? Get in touch with us to find out more.
Contact Kay Peng Khoo at email@example.com or Alya Aisyah Fadil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, read The Star article:
Symposium to tackle labour rights pitfalls