At least four Bangladeshi migrant workers were allegedly injured in a clash between two groups of Bangladeshi workers in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh on Saturday evening local time.
The Malaysian Human Resource Ministry will introduce a new application that will enable a two-way communication between the government and local and foreign workers, Minister Datuk Seri M Saravanan has said.
Making it compulsory for all migrant workers to wear wristbands would be a discriminatory move, says Tenaganita, a non-governmental organisation in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Decision to take effect from January 1, 2020 with maximum 3 months’ deadline for departure
A UN convoy has rescued 104 Bangladeshi expatriates in Ethiopia with the help of Bangladesh’s foreign ministry and the Bangladesh embassy in Addis Ababa.
The Malaysian government will implement two plans involving undocumented migrants, including regulating their presence in the country by ensuring that they are legally employed, Malaysia’s Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin has announced.
Saudi Arabia announces new plans to ease foreign workers’ contractual restrictions, improving a controversial seven-decade-old sponsorship system known as kafala.
Malaysia has agreed to reopen its labour market for Bangladeshi migrant workers soon, according to a press release of expatriates’ welfare ministry.