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Thursday December 10, 2009

Port Klang district Labour office to move to its own RM10mil building

THE Port Klang district Labour office will soon relocate to its own RM10mil building along the Persiaran Raja Muda Musa.

Selangor Labour Department director Fong Khei Phor said the district office would operate in the new office from Dec 14.

Employment opportunities: The JobsMalaysia centre at the new Labour Office.

“We hope to improve our services and provide a more conducive environment for the public,” he said.

He said the three-storey building housed a JobsMalaysia centre, three labour courtrooms, an auditorium, a training room, staff room and others.

The current office, situated in a rented shop lot in Persiaran Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, has limited space with only a small office and a courtroom.

Fong said the new office would have 32 officers and staff members headed by senior assistant director Shahabuddin Abu Bakar.

He added that the new building has an additional centre, which is the JobsMalaysia centre that provides job placement as well as employment services.

“We will also have programmes such as career counselling and job matching and provide help on resume writing and preparing for interviews.

“All the services are provided free of charge,” he said.

Fong added that the construction of the new building on the one acre land started in early 2007 and was completed on Nov 30 this year.

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