Myanmar workers in Korea can file complaints for loss of rights to ACRC

Myanmar nationals who employ in Korea have the option to officially submit a complaint via the e-people system, which has been established by the ACRC, if they lose their rights at workplaces.
It was reported on 31 March that the ambassador of the Myanmar Embassy in Seoul, Korea, was granted for the rights of Myanmar workers through a meeting with the chairman of the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of Korea.
On the e-People system web page, Myanmar employees can choose anything of 14 languages, including Myanmar, and fill out a written complaint as directed, and after receiving the complaint, the committee will release replies within 14 days by contacting the relevant departments.
In addition to the e-People system, employees may file the complaints by phone, dialing 100 of Call Centre.—TWA/KZW

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