Malaysia and Indonesia agree on household size limit for domestic helpers

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Indonesia have agreed to implement the “one-maid-one-house” concept where an Indonesian domestic helper can be employed to work in a household of not more than six people.

This concept replaces the earlier “one-maid-one-task” arrangement following a meeting between Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan and his Indonesian counterpart Ida Fauziyah.

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