Time For A Massive Labour Reboot In Malaysia
Carmelo Ferlito, CEO, Center for Market Education
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Malaysian companies are struggling with the paucity of the supply of foreign labour on which it so greatly depends, making the local labour ecosystem ripe for a massive rethink and restructuring. Carmelo Ferlito, CEO, Center for Market Education, analyses. Image credit: Shutterstock.com
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Categories: social issues, politics, law and legal matters
Tags: Malaysia wage policy, foreign labour, minimum wages, Malaysia-indonesia mou, ministry of human resources, migrant workers,