Malaysia labour market

August 9, 2022
August 9, 2022

53 workers left for Malaysia as labour market opens after 3 years

A total of 53 workers left for Malaysia last night (August 8, 2022) as the nation's labour market was opened to Bangladesh since it ceased accepting workers in 2019.

June 19, 2022
June 19, 2022

Fix the issue of syndication for Malaysian labour market

Why not let all legitimate recruiting agencies send workers there?

June 2, 2022
June 2, 2022

Demand for Bangladeshi workers not high: Malaysian Minister

The demand for Bangladeshi workers is not as high as it used to be as some sectors have turned to other nationalities for their manpower needs, says Malaysian Human Resources Minister M Saravanan.

June 2, 2022
June 2, 2022

Syndicates in migration: Re-accessing the Malaysian labour market

Is a nexus of a few Bangladeshi recruitment agencies and a powerful segment of the human resources ministry in Malaysia trying to impose unfair and unethical conditions on the long-awaited reopening of the Malaysian labour market?

July 20, 2019
July 20, 2019

Malaysian labour market to open in August: Minister

Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Imran Ahmed says the labour market in Malaysia is going to open as the recruitment of Bangladeshi workers will start from August.

May 29, 2019
May 29, 2019

Bangladesh to seek opening of Malaysia labour market

Bangladesh and Malaysia will hold an official-level meeting in Putrajaya today and tomorrow on opening up the Malaysian labour market for Bangladeshis as well as legalising undocumented migrants in the Southeast Asian country.

March 31, 2019
March 31, 2019

Malaysia Labour Market: 6 lakh Bangladeshis face deportation

Over six lakh Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia may face deportation as the Southeast Asian country plans to reform its foreign workers sector, with an immediate step being the shutting down of its outsourcing companies by March 31.

March 14, 2017
March 14, 2017

Expatriates' welfare minister trashes TIB graft report

Terming Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) report on the irregularities and corruption in Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment “false”, Minister Nurul Islam has rejected the findings.