The service sector is an important part of the economy and the growing Tourism industry, Handling business in this recreational, Food & Beverages and Accommodation providers ( Hotels, Lodges, Resorts and Motels ) is highly manpower intensive industry, that turn to foreign workers manpower supply agency for their recruitment of staff.
While selecting a worker for the service industry, many factors are taken into consideration such as Health, Cleanliness, Experience and Persona.
Good interpersonal & communication skills were also being emphasized.
Activities in the Service Sector include Retail, Banks, Hotels, Real estate, Education, Health, Social Work, Information Technology, Recreation, Telecommunications and Media, Electricity, Gas and Water Supply.
In Brief, here’s the list of Sub-Sectors where Foreign Workers are allowed to work within the Service Sector in Malaysia:
- Resort islands,
- Spas and reflexology
- Theme parks,
- Wholesale and retail businesses,
- Textile business,
- Welfare homes,
- Workshop general worker,
- Car wash general worker,
- The market general worker,
- Petrol station mart general worker,
- Hypermarket general worker,
- Mangrove or logging forest,
- Cargo at ports
Other Sub-sectors remain frozen sectors (Sektor Beku)
- Used items
- Airport cargo handling
- Security grounds