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  • Bangladeshi workers’ harassment

    60,000 workers can now go to Malaysia

    Some 60,000 Bangladeshis, whose travel to Malaysia became uncertain after the country suspended the online recruitment system on September 1, have been cleared for migration to the Southeast Asian country.

  • Bangladesh and Malaysia minister held a meeting on September 25

    Labour Hiring in Malaysia: All licensed agencies can now operate

    Bangladesh and Malaysia yesterday decided to allow all licensed recruiting agencies of Bangladesh to send workers to the Southeast Asian country, following allegations of a syndicate of 10 agents monopolising labour recruitment since early 2017.

  • Bangladeshi worker Mohiuddin Jailed in Malaysia

    Immigration Offences: Bangladeshi jailed, fined in Malaysia

    A Bangladeshi national was fined RM30,000 and sentenced to 80 months' jail today and two strokes of caning by the Pekan Nanas Immigration Sessions Court in Malaysia after he pleaded guilty to 16 charges under the Immigration Act.

  • Bangladeshi workers’ harassment

    Worries grow over jobs in Malaysia

    Thousands of Bangladeshis are facing risks of arrest and deportation from Malaysia as its rehiring programme, launched two years ago to legalise undocumented workers, ends today.

  • 5 Bangladeshis trapped under debris in Malaysia

    At least five Bangladeshi workers are trapped under rubbles after the fourth floor of an under construction building collapsed in Malaysia.

  • Ensure safe recruitment process for Malaysia

    It is reassuring to hear from the new Expatriate Welfare Minister Nurul Islam that the government will introduce a disciplined system for sending workers to Malaysia so that no one would be exploited.

  • Good news for recruitment agencies!

    After a lull of nearly six years, there is talk about resumption of private recruiting agencies supplying expatriate labourers to the Malaysian market.

  • Foreign trips galore

    Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Malaysia are three of the largest destinations for Bangladeshi expatriate workers.

  • Bangladeshi crushed to death at Malaysia MRT site

    A Bangladeshi worker dies while working in the tunnel portion of the Klang Valley MRT.

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