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Bangladeshi RTK syndicate rakes RM2 million

A Bangladeshi with Permanent Resident (MyPR) title who raked RM2 million in profit through the Labour Recalibration Programme (RTK) syndicate was toppled during a Special Ops two days ago.

Uncertain weather causes seafood price increase

While many are complaining about the price increment of chicken and pork, do you realise that the prices of seafood have also gone up?

300 textile shops wind down due to foreign workers shortage –...

The shortage of foreign workers following the freeze on its intake due to the Covid-19 has caused 300 out of 2,000 textile shops to wind down

Foreigners storm KL to celebrate Aidilfitri

As the city dwellers return to their hometown to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri, the foreigners took over the city to celebrate the holidays with their friends.

Can’t even get foreign workers with RM2,000

Despite there is an increase of demand, the industry players dare not accept all business opportunities due to the lack of manpower.

Minimum wage increment only benefits foreign workers

The demands and recommendation to increase minimum wage to RM1,500 by the employees received different reaction from the economists and academicians.

Green light for foreign workers intake in all economic sectors

The Cabinet Ministers’ Meeting has agreed to reopen foreign workers intake for all sectors, said the Minister of Human Resources, Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.

Dewan Sri Cempaka PPV does not accept foreign workers walk-in vaccination

No Covid-19 vaccination was given to the foreigners without an appointment through the MySejahtera or SELangkah mobile application.

25 Bangladeshis fined RM125,000 for gathering during Aidiladha

The Sessions court have sentenced 25 Bangladeshi men to RM125,000 fine after they were found guilty in violating the standard operating procedures (SOP) by gathering during Hari Raya Aidiladha

No foreign workers entry until the end of the year –...

Foreign workers, especially new domestic helpers would not be able to enter the country at least until the end of the year although the Ministry of Human Resources is aware of the burdens of the employers.