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PETALING JAYA: Logistical challenges must be addressed in order to contain the Covid-19 outbreaks among the migrant workers community, say employers and workers.
Compiled by CLARISSA CHUNG, JO TIMBUONG, ALLISON LAI, MUGUNTAN VANAR, IMRAN HILMY and MOHD FARHAAN SHAH
PETALING JAYA: Employers have no issues with obeying the mandatory ruling for all foreign workers to get tested for Covid-19 from tomorrow but want the government to clarify how often workers should be tested.
PETALING JAYA: The authorities’ sudden decision to impose a hefty RM50,000 fine on employers for every foreign worker found staying in overcrowded units has caused shockwaves among industry players.
PETALING JAYA: Various industry players are asking the authorities to standardise the cost of Covid-19 tests in the private sector before imposing mandatory testing for all foreign workers.
THERE’S an apt idiom for our seemingly never-ending battle against Covid-19, especially on infections spreading among foreign workers: A stitch in time saves nine. It means it is better to fix a problem when it is small instead of waiting until it becomes a much bigger issue.
PETALING JAYA: Initiatives under Budget 2021 for the M40 group, youth and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are a much-needed boost, say associations.
PETALING JAYA: Stakeholders have welcomed the government’s Labour Recalibration Plan that will enable employers to hire undocumented workers, saying it will help them solve the issue of worker shortage.