Around 47 percent Bangladeshi migrant workers in the Maldives do not receive the wages promised to them, according to a recent study.
Recruitment of new Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia has been tainted by a number of irregularities, with a few dozen workers falling into trouble, which includes joblessness.
During the meeting, the gulf country showed interest in hiring professionals, technologists, nurses and caregivers from Bangladesh
Despite sending well over a million migrants abroad last year, Bangladesh is unlikely to get the desired remittance from them as almost four out of five of them were less skilled.
Bangladesh High Commissioner to Malaysia Md Golam Sarwar has called for ensuring transparency in the recruitment process of workers from Bangladesh to Malaysia
With over 10.29 lakh migrant workers going abroad till November, overseas employment this year is likely to see nearly an 82 percent increase compared to last year, says a new report by Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU).
The Malaysian government has made a new move to hire Bangladeshi workers under a government-to-government arrangement as the