NewsInterManpower & MoHR in overcoming local workers issues in industries

March 3, 2023by InterManpower

InterManpower during a meeting with Ministry of Human Resource to discuss on issues pertaining local workers. Together with YB Deputy Minister of Human Resource, InterManpower has developed an ecosystem to help industries to retain their local workers successfully through responsible HR Managers who are willing to be part of this program.

Many industries are complaining about their local workers’ retention rate, hired foreign workers who eventually failed in their RBA Zero recruitment fees compliances and paid high compensation cost to the migrant workers. some even had their export containers rejected by overseas clients. Malaysia is currently at the lowest Tier 3 US State Department’s annual human trafficking report. 

InterManpower hopes that this program with the help from Ministry of Human Resource can help industries to attract and retain local workers.