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GYSEN Myanmar Apparel garment factory dismissed more than 30 members of the trade union

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By Yoon Sat - May 26, 2024

GYSEN Myanmar Apparel which located at War Ta Yar Industrial Zone, Shwe Pyi Thar Township dismissed 50 trade union members on the grounds of layoff and hires day laborers instead.

The factory have been operating for 4 years with more than 700 work

force but the employer dismissed more than 50 official trade union members from Button and Iron Departments on the grounds of layoff.

But it is said the factory is hiring the day laborers although they said layoff. 

According to the point that the factory rehires the Iron Leader who was previously dismissed with compensation as a Packing Leader and assigned to work at the Iron Department says that the factory actually not laying off the workers for shortage of fabric orders but to cover the fact that dismissing the trade union leaders.

GYSen2 garment factory closed down and dismissed the workers with notice and compensation fees in last year’s February on the grounds of shortage of fabric orders with a promise that old workers will be preferred to be hired when the factory re-open.


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