Government must address use of unauthorised channels and migrants' skills gap
Tragic factory fire in Saudi Arabia highlights the urgent need for migrant worker safety
Bangladesh must prioritise sending skilled labour overseas
Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran today indicated that Malaysia is aiming to reach a "zero-cost recruitment" agreement for migrant workers from Bangladesh as part of efforts to avoid risking US trade sanctions.
Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment State Minister Imran Ahmad expresses his unhappiness over what he says the “old and negative stories” in the labour recruitment sector and asks journalists to correct it.
The High Court yesterday directed the government to form an inter-ministerial committee to investigate the monopoly of 10 recruiting agencies, which had been engaged in labour recruitment from Bangladesh to Malaysia, and submit the probe report in six months.
The story of manpower syndication is the greatest scam that ever happened in our manpower sector, entangling politicians and bureaucrats in high-degree corruption in both Bangladesh and Malaysia.