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Two firms cleared of charge of withholding wages

Two local companies, accused of withholding their illegal foreign workers' pay, are off the hook.


‘Ad hoc policies causing problems’

Employers are blaming the 'ad hoc' foreign labour policies and the lack of information on rehiring repatriated workers for the low number of applicants wanting to return to Malaysia.


Artefacts found at ancient site

Compiled by Wong Li Za (Jan 30 to Feb 5).


Rafidah: It's bosses' own fault

Manufacturers should stop moaning about the shortage of foreign workers as they have themselves to blame for the situation, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.


Nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants put off indefinitely

The nationwide crackdown on illegal immigrants and employers, scheduled to begin today after the expiry of the amnesty period, has been called off pending further notice.


Steps to get back old jobs for foreign workers

Illegal foreign workers stand to get back their old jobs including in sectors they were not supposed to work in if they legalise themselves after voluntarily returning home during the amnesty programme.


Immigration Department proposes tough measure to deter hiring of illegal workers

Employers who engage more than five illegal foreign workers may find themselves languishing in jail until their cases are disposed of. The Immigration Department says it wants the police and courts to refuse bail to errant employers because the offence is a serious one.


Biggest raiding team ever gets set to hunt for illegals

No one will be spared. That is the promise of the Immigration Department when the biggest raiding team ever mobilised in the country begins its nationwide sweep of illegals and their employers on Tuesday.


Info on foreign construction labour

All construction companies are required to register their foreign workers with the Construction Labour Exchange Centre Berhad (CLAB) for the streamlining of data and redistribution of skilled legal foreign workers in the industry.