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Time to upskill SMEs

The time is nigh to upgrade the skills of workers in the SME sectors. But first, the concerned governmental agencies, trade associations and SMEs must sit down and discuss how to make training programmes relevant and attractive.

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Levy hike not the answer

There are too many ministries and agencies involved in the employment of foreign workers.

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Downturn worsens sorry state of affairs

NO sooner had I welcomed the increase in the levy for foreign workers last week than the Government, under pressure from employers and employment agents, did an about-turn and deferred the increase.

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Levy hike may raise prices Property buyers likely to bear brunt of new fees, says MBAM

KUALA LUMPUR: Construction industry experts warned of additional costs being passed on to property buyers following the increase in foreign workers’ levy.

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Thirty suspected illegal workers nabbed in Pudu

THE last joint operation for the year by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) saw scores of suspected illegal foreign workers nabbed at the Pudu Wet Market on Dec 23.

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Rules for Indonesian learning centres ready

KUCHING: The guidelines for the registration of Community Learning Centres (CLCs) in the state are now put in motion with the agreement from the Cabinet.

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Nabbed on their day out at night market in Shah Alam

FIVE foreigners chose the wrong day to go shopping at a night market without their identification papers.

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Dept detains 57 illegals during ops

MALACCA: Fifty-seven illegal foreign workers, aged between 20 and 52, detained during an operation codenamed “Ops Ikrar” here.

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49 illegals found running stalls nabbed in Selayang under Ops Tegas

A TOTAL of 49 illegal foreign workers were apprehended at the Selayang day market along Jalan Kuching in the eighth series of Ops Tegas.

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Blacklist needed to stop illegals

MIRI: The only way to stop the inflow of illegal foreign workers into Sarawak is to draw up a detailed blacklist of foreigners who often entered illegally as well as those employers who often hire these illegal aliens.