Recruitment Fees and Cost
Zero Cost of Workers, it is an Employer-Pay-Model on Overseas Recruitment Process.
Recently there was a signing ceremony held on 19 December 2021 between Malaysia and Bangladesh regarding the employment of workers. Following allegations of labor exploitation and exorbitant migration costs of up to Taka 4 lakh per worker, the Malaysian government halted recruiting from Bangladesh in September 2018. During this COVID-19 pandemic, employees in Bangladesh must undergo COVID-19 vaccination and RT-PCR testing two days before traveling, while workers in Malaysia would be confined for seven days. According to the ILO, no worker should pay for a job, and the costs should be borne by the company rather than the worker. As a result, the expatriates’ welfare minister frequently said that syndication would not be an option in the process.