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The Department of Labour, Sabah was established during the British North Borneo Company's administration in the year 1880s. It was recognised as "The Labour Protectorate” to meet the demand for the importation of immigrant workers from China into the country. When the requirement for such foreign labour force was shifted to migrant workers from Java, Indonesia, this Department was then known as "The Protector for Labour”.
After the Second World War in the year of 1947, steps were taken to restructure the Department. On the 1st January, 1948, "The Protector for Labour" department was renamed as the "Department of Labor and Immigration". By then in the year 1954, the Department’s functions pertaining to Immigration was shifted to the Police Department, and was renamed as "The Department of Labour and Welfare". In the early 1968, the functions of labour and welfare were separated, whereby "The Department of Labour" then existed on its own.
The Department of Labour then changed its name again in February 2003, and is known as "The Sabah Labour Department" and remaining its name until the present date.
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