Second batch of workers leaves for Kuala Lumpur G2G plus agreement

17 Mar 2017

The second batch of Bangladeshi workers comprising 128 left Dhaka for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, last night by two flights under Government to Government (G2G) Plus agreement signed between the two countries. With this, a total of 226 workers have so far gone to Malaysia in two batches under the G2G Plus ...

Read More >>


Bangladeshi workers likely to head for Malaysia in Feb

17 Feb 2017

The first batch of Bangladeshi workers, under the Government-to-Government (G2G) Plus initiative, is likely to be sent to Malaysia either later this month or early next month, according to sources. Officials of authorised recruiting agencies said they would start sending recruitment files to Malaysian employers from next week and hope ...

Read More >>


New E-kad to enable legalisation of foreign workers, says Immigration Dept – Nation

25 Jan 2017

SHAH ALAM: Illegal foreign workers with valid employers can come forward to register and legalise their employment under the Immigration Department’s E-kad (enforcement card) programme. Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali (pic) said the government made the decision to legalise the employment of foreign workers following high ...

Read More >>


E-Kad’s terms and conditions:

24 Jan 2017

In summary, illegal workers can come forward with their employers to register and legalise their employment under the Immigration Department\'s E-kad (enforcement card) programme starting 15 Feb - 30 June, 2017. Among the terms and conditions are:  Must have a valid employer falls under approved 5 sectors (construction, plantation, services, manufacturing ...

Read More >>


Employers can now apply for E-Card to address labour shortages (Updated)

24 Jan 2017

SHAH ALAM: Employers of illegal foreign workers in Malaysia will now be allowed to apply for a temporary Enforcement Card (E-Card) to address labour shortages in the country, the Immigration Department announced today. \"The government made this decision to register all employers who hire foreign workers to address labour shortages in ...

Read More >>


Putrajaya lifts moratorium on foreign workers hiring for more sectors

20 Jan 2017

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 17 — The government has lifted the suspension of foreign workers intake for two industries today, citing critical need for manpower and economic progress following dismal reception from locals. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced Putrajaya has ended the moratorium and will now allow foreign ...

Read More >>


Recent Posts