5 Malaysian companies that employ adults with Down Syndrome


These are some companies that hire people with disabilities, enabling them to contribute productively and be independent.

These are some companies that hire people with disabilities, enabling them to contribute productively and be independent.

There are about 150 special needs employees working at McDonald’s Malaysia. Their work responsibilities include clearing tables, cleaning up the restaurant and working in the food production area. These individuals are hired based on their ability to communicate and understand simple instructions. They enjoy the same benefits as regular crew members.At PAFID's sheltered workshop, a Down Syndrome worker gets to further hone his painting skills and earn a salary. Photo: Perak Association For Intellectually DisabledAt PAFID's sheltered workshop, a Down Syndrome worker gets to further hone his painting skills and earn a salary. Photo: Perak Association For Intellectually Disabled

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