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MBAM wants employed undocumented workers legalised

Bernama  |  Published:  |  Modified:

The Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) is hoping for the government to legalise migrant workers already employed by the construction industry, but repatriate others running their own illegal businesses. 

In a statement today, MBAM president Foo Chek Lee said the industry needs to address the issue of undocumented migrant workers already employed, because they are trained and skilled workers. 

"Moreover, we really like to see the cost of the recruitment of migrant workers decreasing and simplified for the betterment of the industry. 

"Besides, the levy paid by construction companies should be made in two instalments annually, as the burden is heavy on contractors, especially for smaller companies,” said Foo.

Foo is also the managing director of Pembinaan Mitrajaya Sdn Bhd.

- Bernama

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