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There were guffaws and thumping of the tables in the Dewan Negara today when a senator related quirky incidents he experienced due to the inability of foreign workers in the country to communicate in Bahasa Malaysia. Senator Datuk Mohd Suhaimi Abdullah recalled how he had received different food from what he had ordered when dining at hotels. \"Yang DiPertua (Senate president), my colleagues in the Senate and honourable ministers, I once ordered satay but was served caramel! \"I felt awkwared and embarrassed as the foreign worker did not understand what I had ordered,\" he said, which tickled the senators into roaring laughter and thumping of the table. \"They also don\'t understand the Parliament logo at the front of our car, to the extent that I am cursed at and scolded over a parking problem. They have no respect for us.\" He said this after interjecting Human Resources Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Abd Muttalib\'s speech during the question-and-answer session on foreign workers. Suhaimi urged the government and relevant parties to ensure the hiring of only foreign workers who understood the Malay language and respected this country\'s laws and constitution. Ismail admitted that there were still employers who recruited foreign workers with no communication skills and the government viewed this seriously with further action to be taken. To the original question from Senator Datuk Ariffin Omar on ensuring that jobs were not taken away by foreign workers, Ismail said the government had imposed a tight condition for employers to look for local workers first before opening the jobs to foreigners. Ismail said the recruitment of foreign workers was open to only five formal sectors, namely construction, agriculture, plantation, manufacturing and services involving general workers and one informal sector – domestic help, which failed to attract locals. To a question from Senator Datuk Boon Som Inong on the holding of the Asean Skills Competition 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Ismail said the government targeted Malaysia to emerge as champion to raise investors\' confidence in the country\'s skilled workers. – Bernama, December 9, 2015.
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ALOR SETAR: The Kedah Immigration Department rounded up 79 illegal immigrants for various offences at a mall here.
Ops Bersepadu was carried out by 34 personnel from the department who were assisted by officers from the Alor Setar City Council.
Department director Mohamad Yusri Hashim said illegal workers were picked up at eateries, clothing retail outlets, as well as security guards and mall cleaners during the 8pm raid on Wednesday.
The workers, aged between 19 and 43, are believed to be from Indonesia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Pakistan, India, Thailand and the Philippines.
Mohamad Yusri said they had no travel documents.
“We also arrested a 35-year-old local man, believed to be the supervisor of a cleaning services company, who had hired some of the illegal workers,” he said in a statement.
He advised mall tenants to give job opportunities to local people, adding that it was regrettable that foreign workers, especially those without valid documents, were hired instead.
Read more: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/10/09/79-illegal-foreign-workers-nabbed-in-raid/
JAKARTA: A single window system to register foreign workers online will be implemented next month to tackle the issue of human trafficking and victimisation of foreign workers.
Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who is also home minister, said the system would apply to all manpower-supplying nations, except Indonesia, which would follow suit after a meeting in Putrajaya next month.
“It will also be implemented for Indonesian workers following the signing of an official agreement after next month\'s meeting,” he told a media conference after a meeting with Indonesian Manpower and Transmigration Minister Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri here Saturday.
He said the single window system was to ensure only one channel for the approval of foreign workers, namely, applications online.
“This is to prevent misappropriation, or excessive payment or recruiting of workers without employers … so that there is a coordination of workers, no longer without employers resulting in them becoming illegal foreign workers,” he said – Bernama