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SEPANG: Special counters are now available at KLIA so that illegal immigrants wanting to leave the country under the repatriation recalibration programme can complete their exit process quickly.
PETALING JAYA: Families desperate for domestic workers are hiring fresh graduates as part-time babysitters, says the National Association of Human Resources Malaysia (Pusma).
GEORGE TOWN: Cleaning services operator Baby Goh has lost more than half of her Indonesian workforce since Malaysia was hit by the Covid-19 pandemic last year.
JOHOR BARU: Indonesia’s consulate-general here is looking forward for Covid-19 vaccines for the republic’s documented workers and students in Johor, estimated at some 150,000.
Businesses welcome move to extend immigration recalibration programme, urge for foreign workers to be vaccinated for Covid-19
KLANG: The government’s plan to extend the undocumented migrant recalibration programme is welcomed but the authorities must ensure foreign workers employed through the programme are screened and fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
PUTRAJAYA: The 2.5 million documented foreigners in the country will be included in the Covid-19 vaccination programme, says the Home Minister.
JOHOR BARU: Business groups here have lauded the Home Ministry for its proposal to extend two labour supply programmes involving foreign workers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Employers needing foreign workers and those yet to settle issues relating to repatriating workers can heave a huge sigh of relief as the Home Ministry will support an extension to the two programmes involved.
PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department expects more illegal immigrants to leave the country if the repatriation recalibration programme is extended until year-end, with close to 100, 000 foreigners having been sent home already.