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Foreign labour limits management positions
Lawmaker Kwan Tsui Hang called on the government to limit importation of labour for senior management positions, in order to help local workers to move up the corporate ladder.
“On the policy of imported labour, they [the government] need to do one thing: they should gradually limit the import of workers in senior level positions and ask the companies to teach locals to fill those positions instead, so that those who got trained have room for promotion,” the member of the Macau Federation of Trade Unions said quoted by TDM News.
Kwan was speaking on the sidelines of the graduation ceremony of a business
management diploma program held by the University of Macau and the Federation of Trade Unions. A total of 91 people graduated from the course on Saturday, a 60 percent graduation rate.
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