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MyEG’s Contract To Register Malaysia Foreign Workers Extended Till 31 Dec 2017

My EG Services Bhd’s (MyEG) contract to manage the registration of Malaysia illegal foreign workers under the rehiring program has been extended until Dec 31, 2017.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, the e-Government services provider said it received a notification letter on Monday from the Home Affairs Ministry regarding the extension. The project was originally scheduled to run from Feb 15, 2016, to Aug 15, 2016.

MyEG said it would be able to register all foreign workers except those from Myanmar.

The company said the project had no fixed value as it depended on the number of illegal foreign workers successfully registered.

“It is expected to contribute positively to the earnings and net assets per share of the group for the financial years ending June 30,  2017 and 2018 respectively.

MyEG said none of the directors and/or major shareholders and persons connected with a director or major shareholder had any interest, direct or indirect, in the project.

Recently the Immigration Department gave MyEG the mandate to provide online renewal of temporary employment pass for foreign workers for a period of five years, backdated to start from May 23, 2015.

New Source: TheStar

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MYEG Officers Collecting Thumbprint From Malaysia Illegal Foreign Workers

MYEG officers collect thumbprint from illegal foreign workers under the part of the program rehiring process.

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Part of the Rehiring program‘s process is to collecting thumbprint from illegal foreign workers in Malaysia. This was done after employers submitted the application and accepted to legalise their foreign workers. A PATI letter will also issue together with “Registration Slip of Employer / PATI”. The PATI letter come with the QR code to access to online check on worker legalisation status.

Here’s the short video walk through the process of collecting thumbprint.

Once completed this step, these foreign workers are one step from getting the work permit / visa sticker. At the meantime they will have a peaceful of mind to go around the town without worrying about the “operasi” to detain them for being illegal workers.

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Malaysia Foreign Workers Rehiring Program

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Malaysia Food Operators Associations Want Govt To Reconsider Freeze On New Foreign Workers Intake

Five main food operator associations in the country have urged the Malaysia government to reconsider its decision to freeze the recruitment of new foreign workers. Malaysia Singapore Coffee Shop Proprietors’ General Association president Ho Su Mong said food operators would be badly affected by the decision, with many of them forced to close their shop early due to lack of workers.

Food operators associations want govt to reconsider freeze on new foreign workers Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/04/138985/food-operators-associations-want-govt-reconsider-freeze-new-foreign-workers

Malaysia Singapore Coffee Shop Proprietors’ General Association president Ho Su Mong said food operators would be badly affected by the decision, with many of them forced to close their shop early due to lack of workers.

He claimed that 5,000 foreign workers would leave the country by June 30 and most of them would not return.

“Many restaurants may shorten their operating hours as they are depending on foreign workers.

“ln Sabah alone, about 2,000 restaurants will have to operate on a half-day basis due to the problem,” he said after holding a meeting with the representatives of the main associations here today.

The other associations were Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association (Primas), Malaysian Muslim Restaurant Owners Association, Perak Sundry Shop Guild and Malaysia Hawkers and Petty Traders Association.

Primas president T. Muthusamy said the government’s decision insisting only foreigners who were already in the country should be employed was not practical.

“Many of the illegal immigrants are not willing to come out and register for work,” he said adding that the associations had sent a memorandum on the issue to Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi recently.

On March 12, Zahid announced employers were no longer allowed to take in new foreign workers and they should instead make do with those already in the country.

Zahid was quoted as saying that employers could take advantage of the rehiring programme as it would allow them to recruit workers from the existing pool of about two million illegal foreign workers in the country who did not come under official statistics of foreign labour.

News source: NST Online

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Nur Jazlan: Police Investigating Bogus Foreign Worker Legalisation Services

Nur Jazlan said the companies mandated for this rehiring programme were Bukti Megah Sdn Bhd, International Marketing and Net Resources Sdn Bhd (Iman) and MyEG. “Illegal foreign workers and employees who want to register under the rehiring programme should make sure they do so with authorised companies. “We don’t want them to be duped only to find out later that their documents are not valid, resulting in prosecution,” he said.

Nur JazlanPolice are investigating instances of bogus agents offering their services to legalise foreign workers under the rehiring programme, says Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed (pic).

The Deputy Home Minister said the matter came to light following investigations into an unauthorised company offering such services through social media.

“A police report was lodge against the company, which is currently under investigation.

“However, several more unauthorised agents were discovered, who claimed they were able to legalise and register illegal foreign workers,” he told The Star here Wednesday.

Nur Jazlan said the companies mandated for this rehiring programme were Bukti Megah Sdn Bhd, International Marketing and Net Resources Sdn Bhd (Iman) and MyEG.

“Illegal foreign workers and employees who want to register under the rehiring programme should make sure they do so with authorised companies.

“We don’t want them to be duped only to find out later that their documents are not valid, resulting in prosecution,” he said.

This online registration of illegal foreign workers, which began on Feb 15, was supposed to end on Dec 31, but the Cabinet reportedly decided to bring the deadline forward to June 30 due to lacklustre response.

News source: The Star

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Malaysia Foreign Workers Rehiring Program

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  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently want to register for rehiring program?
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Malaysia To Stop Recruitment Of Foreign Workers With Immediate Effect – DPM Ahmad Zahid

The Cabinet has decided to halt the recruitment of new foreign workers supply into the country, said Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. The Deputy Prime Minister said this also meant that the initial plan to bring in 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers was officially scrapped. The decision would not involve the domestic help or maid sector.

Malaysia is halting the recruitment of new foreign workers into the country with immediate effect, it announced on Saturday (Mar 12, 2016). However, the decision, which was made at a Cabinet meeting on Friday, would not involve the domestic help or maid sector, according to Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

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Cabinet halts intake of new foreign workers, says Zahid

Employers who wanted to hire foreign workers should recruit the existing foreign employees in the country, including those whose permits had expired, he added.

This also meant that the country’s initial plan to bring in 1.5 million Bangladeshi workers would be “closed”.

Employers or agents found guilty of protecting illegal foreign workers will be subjected to whipping. “Whipping will be meted out by courts because the punishment with fine has no effect as employers and agents still keep bringing in illegal foreign workers,” said Ahmad Zahid.

He also added that the sentence was meant to dismiss the false allegation that the government was trying to make a profit out of the recruitment process. The government had given ample opportunities for employees to register their foreign workers, he said.

Employers have until Jun 30 to legalise foreign workers. Those who want to hire foreign workers should submit their applications to the Malaysian Employers Federation, Malaysian Trades Union Congress and the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers, added Ahmad Zahid.

Ahmad Zahid said following this, employers and recruitment agents would be dealt with more severely.

“We will be pushing for those found guilty of trafficking and harbouring illegal workers to be caned.

“Right now, they are not afraid because they think they can get away by paying a fine but that will not be the case anymore,” he said.

News Source: The Star, Channel News Asia & Free Malaysia Today.

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Employers Face Court Action For Not Registering Illegal Workers In Malaysia

Employers found not registering illegal foreign workers under the Malaysia Illegal Immigrants Rehiring and Relocation Programme will be charged in court. Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said court action would be taken against employers if they were detained by immigration enforcement.

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Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said court action would be taken against employers if they were detained by immigration enforcement.

“Under the programme, if employers did not register their workers and if the Immigration Department on enforcement campaign catch them, we will straight away charge them in court.

“There will be no more compounds imposed, in fact irresponsible employers will be brought to court and will face jail term if necessary,” he told reporters, here Wednesday.

Nur Jazlan also advised employers not to wait till the last minute to register their workers.

“Register as soon as possible, it will relieve them (employers) from any responsibility when enforcement officers make their rounds,” he said and added that so far more than 2,000 employers and 12,000 illegal immigrants had registered under the programme.

The programme implemented online was aimed at giving illegal immigrants working illegally in the country to obtain valid work permit in the required employment sectors.

He also directed the Immigration Department to launch operations and raids at shopping centres flooded with illegal immigrants especially in retailing premises and restaurants in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor.

On employers victimising their workers, Nur Jazlan said they would face action under the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act (ATIPSOM) 2007.

“For example if the employers agreed to pay salaries and did not comply with the condition causing the foreign workers to run away, their employers can be charged under ATIPSOM 2007. There is a specific clause which enabled employers to be charged,” he said.

News Source: Astro Awani

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  • Tell us which industry are you from?
  • Please stated what kind of products & services you are dealing with. ie Manufacturing - Food.
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently?
  • Please enter a value between 1 and 999.
    How many foreign workers working in your organization currently want to register for rehiring program?
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