Human resources ministry to present report to MPN on entry of foreign workers
M Saravanan says the ministry's representative in the council may not have informed chairman Muhyiddin Yassin of developments in the matter.
Govt agrees to recruit 10,000 workers from Sri Lanka
Human Resources Minister M Saravanan says this is to help Sri Lanka, which is currently facing an economic crisis.
Labour shortages set up Malaysia for third year of palm oil losses
The Malaysian Palm Oil Association estimates only 12% of approvals for migrant workers granted to companies across all industry sectors in Malaysia have successfully translated into boots on the ground.
Foreign workers looking for jobs end up trapped in middlemen debt instead
Many of them spend years paying off their debts, even if it means overstaying their permits.
Govt planning savings scheme for foreign workers to ensure they go home after 10 years
Human Resources Minister M Saravanan says one of the conditions will be that their savings can only be withdrawn in their country of origin after this period of time.
Govt to lift freeze on hiring foreign workers
New applications will be processed from Aug 19 onwards while earlier applications will proceed before the end of the month.
Govt using foreign funds to train Myanmar refugees, says Saifuddin
The foreign minister says the government will not use public funds in its efforts to help refugees obtain basic skills.
First group of Indonesian workers already in the country, says minister
M Saravanan said the first batch of Indonesian workers is already in Malaysia and that papers for another 23,000 workers are being processed.
First group of workers from Bangladesh arrives in Malaysia
They will be employed in the manufacturing sector.
As freeze on workers lifts, Indonesians head to Sarawak in hope of a better life
They say they are willing to do anything as long as they can earn enough to provide for their families back home.
8 nabbed in bribes-for-foreign-workers case involving govt-appointed IT firm
The IT firm has been involved in more than 345,000 applications, potentially involving hundreds of millions of ringgit in bribes.
Indonesia to lift freeze on workers' entry to Malaysia
The restrictions on the entry of domestic workers and labourers will be lifted on Aug 1.