Talking about labour law in Malaysia, I just got to know from a lawyer that those earning above RM2000 are not protected by labour law in Malaysia. The employee is left on their own to protect themselves against bad employers. Please correct me if this is wrong. So, not only foreign labour are exploited, but our own Malaysian workers are also mistreated by employers and they have no way to file their grouses and complaints. The employer also can have the advantage to retaliate against the mistreated employees. Seriously, we are no where in comparison with the first world labour law practices.
The govt has lost its strategy and way, where can they get the money they've thrown out last 2 years? They can only dig further from Malaysians. And we losing our competitiveness to Thailand, Indo, Viet, India, etc and soon our grandchildren will go to Bangladesh and Pakistan for job.
"Good managers produce good result and bad managers produce bad result." In the education field many left this out, semi-private, local colleges, same concept can be applied but some mgmt and ministry at all levels, conveniently shift the blame to educators when students get bad results or students provide not-so good feedback/evaluation.
China wants to rule to world, USA wants to rule to world, 2 big nations fights for hegemony, who is more righteous? Neither. It is about survival of the fittest on this planet Earth and the economic system at work. Kill or be killed. Eat or be eaten. Everyone is somewhere on the food chain, and nobody wants to be at the bottom. Top spot is a good place.
A company setup in a 3rd world country, run by Chinaman, what do you expect? Even local colleges are run in more or less the same way, "Squeeze the staff and workers, kaw kaw". Money is KING, I guess. The history has shown how the Chinese business culture has made the rich tycoons.