Top 11 Foreign Workers Agencies [Malaysia]

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Partner with one of the Top 11 Foreign Worker/s Agencies [Malaysia]; Our mission is to ensure that the Business in Malaysia is not hindered, just because of a shortage of Labour.

We have received HUMAN RESOURCES OUTSOURCING SERVICES EXCELLENCE Award at the recent Global Responsible Business Leadership Awards 2018

We provide you, Committed and Dedicated Workers to efficiently run your business.

We Recruit the Best using the Right Hiring Methods and Stringent process.

We strive to build up a Long Term Relationship not only with our Business Partners, Agents, Clients but also Workers.

It’s no secret that Malaysia needs to outsource workers from other source countries due to the shortage of manpower locally in the construction, manufacturing and plantation sectors.

Touted as Foreign Workers Outsourcing Company {Malaysia}, that supply general worker from source countries like Pakistan, Nepal, India, Indonesia, Myanmar & Bangladesh;

We provide reputable worker management services to our clients as well as business partners in Malaysia.

Partner with Agency for Manpower Requirement in Malaysia;

  1. Uninterrupted Supply of workers; This means Replacing the worker, if you are not satisfied, at no extra cost, no hidden charges.
  2. Dedicated Supervisors, Branch Managers to Supervise, Monitor and Manage the Workers round the clock 24/7.
  3. Our Rescue Team plunges into action in case of emergency or any health issues to the workers.

 

Migrant Workers in Malaysia Statistics 2017

“As per statistics, there were about 1.8 million foreign workers in Malaysia in 2016, and the numbers have come down to 1.7 million in 2017”.

According to an article in The Straits Times:

“A news report notes that a survey conducted by the federation showed that up to 84% of factories are facing manpower shortages and potential loss of revenue”.

In Malaysia’s furniture industry alone, reputed to be one of the largest in the world, a shortage of 27,000 workers has seen monthly shipments declining by more than 28% – The Straits Times.

According to Human Resources Research Center :

It is estimated that about 1.3 million foreign workers were needed at construction sites throughout the country. “

We still face acute shortage and we urgently need more foreign workers,”

Based on a study by one of the students of Faculty of Economics and business at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) found that;

“As it may 2017, Malaysia has approximately 1.9 million foreign workers spread across sectors such as;Distribution of Labour in malaysia

    • Manufacturing (39%),
    • Construction (19%),
    • Plantation (14%),
    • Housemaids (12%),
    • Services (l0%)
    • Agriculture sector both legal and illegal

So when we look towards source countries for the migrant workers, bringing in the skilled people matters the most.

Immigration Department Director-General Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali Says;

Employers could hire foreign workers through the programme.

“As of February 2018, there are a total of 1,758,238 workers who are still employed. As per the statistic, a total of 71,515 workers serve in the restaurant sector.

“From February to December 2017, a total of 744,942 illegal immigrants were registered under 83,919 employers under the rehiring programme,” he added.

He said, from Jan 1 to March 2016, the department had conducted 3,844 enforcement operations nationwide, inspected 47,129 foreign immigrants and arrested 10,378 for various offences.

 

The industry that requires more Foreign Workers;

Business like Construction, Infrastructure Projects, Roads and Building Development, Manufacturing Units, Production Units, Hotels, Resorts, Golf Course, Restaurants, Malls, Food Courts, Warehouses, Supermarkets, Hospitals, Security Agencies require more Workers for their smooth functioning.

Role of Foreign ManPower Agency in Malaysia

  • Supply and Management of Foreign Workers
  • Documentation & Processing of Work Permit as per Requirements
  • Special Pass, Check Out Memo and or any other Services
  • Supply, Recruitment, Management Services of Foreign Workers for Manufacturing, Construction, Agriculture, Plantation and  Services Sector.

 

Conclusion: All Sectors in Malaysia are facing a shortage of Labour;

Shortage of Labour in ServiceConstruction, Plantation & Manufacturing sectors is hurting the business prospects in Malaysia.

To avoid closing down the Business;

It is advisable to take the services of a Reputed Foreign Worker Agency that supply skilled foreign workers rather than facing a serious labour shortage.

How to reach us for a Free Consultation or Discuss the project?

You can email us at sales@andaraya.com.my or alternatively drop in at any of our offices, we are available from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

You can find us near your location

 

External Links (Useful Resources):

Foreign workers in Malaysia: Labour market and firm level analysis
Immigration: Foreign workers abusing work permits, taking over small businesses | Malay Mail
The dilemma of having foreign workers in Malaysia
Foreign workers and productivity in an emerging economy: The case of Malaysia
foreign labour management
Labor and Foreign Workers in Malaysia
Foreign Workers in Malaysia [Skilled & Semi Skilled]
Foreign Workers in Malaysia: Labour Market and Firm Level Analysis
https://www.knomad.org/sites/default/files/2017…/KNOMAD-MALAYSIA-NEW.pdf
The dilemma of having foreign workers in Malaysia
Factors Attracting The Inflow of Foreign Worers to Malaysia Construction Industry
FACTORS THAT MOTIVATE FOREIGN WORKERS MIGRATE TO MALAYSIA
The dilemma of having foreign workers in Malaysia
The Impact of Foreign Labour
The impact of foreign labor on Malaysian society
Foreign workers and productivity in an emerging economy: The case of Malaysia
The Impact of Foreign Workers on Labour Productivity in Malaysian Manufacturing Sector