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Wednesday, 03 August 2016
高情商领导,泰山崩於前而色不变
 
前言:  
从事外劳引进的Shaveh董事经理施伟平,谈及这门充满人性考验的生意,先决条件是业者的情商(EQ)要够高,才能应付林林总总由“人”引起的疑难杂症。  
诚如他所言:人,是不能用生意的手法来处理。而今,他练就云淡风轻的平和心境,泰山崩於前而色不变如他,未来必定成就更伟大的事业。

这是一份良心的企业,作为引进外劳的中介公司,将一批又一批的人力从他国运入大马,再分配到各个不同的领域去,面对离乡背井的每一个外劳, 对待他们最好的态度,就是将心比心。  
施伟平坦言在年轻时,也在新加坡打工当过“外劳”,他深知身在异乡的苦处,因此能够感同身受。  
“当时跟太太在新加坡打工,租下一个小小的房间,屋主规定不能煮开水,不能用洗衣机,诸多限制生活起来很不方便。”

当过“外劳”,多了一份同理心
他说,当时在新加坡工作的日子,一波三折,不受控的因素导致他频频换工作,被当成“人球”般踢来踢去的心情,若干年后从事外劳引进的生意,他对这些来自海外的朋友,多了一份同理心。  
他表示,尽管如此身为中介人要保持中立,在雇主与外劳之间,要取一个平衡点,不能偏袒任何一方才叫专业。  
他透露,外劳抵达我国工作的前三个月所产生的问题最多,处理起来也令人“抓狂”。  
“刚来到的外劳,语言不通导致沟通不良,如果不同国家的外劳同住一个宿舍,很容易起冲突,这些都是我们中介要去处理的事,所以非常挑战。”

促进劳资和谐, 产业技能升级
他回忆起刚踏入外劳引进的行业时所遇到的问题,最初做外国女佣引进的类别,常接获雇主的投诉而风风火火赶到府上协助解决。  
他苦笑,有些雇主的投诉相当“经典”,包括女佣偷喝了HL牛奶,或是偷喝了一包Milo……等等,这些所谓的“问题”,常令他感到啼笑皆非。  
他认为,本地雇主在思维上必须跟随全世界宣导劳工工作权保障下, 适时改善外劳的工作环境与各方面的待遇; 身为外劳的中介商,也需要负起教育雇主的责任,才能避免本地劳工荒加剧, 成为企业发展的阻力。

政府应开放外劳政策,有助推动经济发展
至于政府所推行的外劳政策,朝令夕改的问题,无论是让企业还是外劳中介商,都感到非常乏力。  
施伟平表示,马来西亚是个发展中国家,对外劳人力资源的需求十分庞大,政府若能制定好外劳政策,经济自然会起飞,发展得更好。另一方面, 政府也应该在产业转型上作出更大的努力, 以高科技替代劳力密集工业, 引进高素质的技术的外来人才, 促进整体马来西亚产业之升级。

经历风雨,才能看见晴天
罗马不是一天造成的,而现在看似云淡风轻的高情商施伟平,也是靠着岁月与挫折的磨练才有今天。  
他在事业的道路上,曾跌跌撞撞,试过未创业前的迷惘,在家里自暴自弃,一个月的时间只是看着电风扇转,找不到人生的出口。  
“我很感谢我的太太,若不是她,没有今天的我,她总是在我失落时给我鼓励,告诉我太阳明天就会出来了,是她把我的阴天、雨天,化为阳光普照的晴天。”    

记住雪中送炭的恩情,做一个感恩的人
施伟平的Shaveh外劳引进生意,最初也不是一帆风顺,试过因经验不足而被骗了钱,幸好在他穷途末路时,拥有向他伸出援手的朋友。  
“虽然如今看来,那笔钱不是很大,但是雪中送炭的恩情,我都记在心里了。”  
施伟平的平易近人,在他与下属相处时看得出来,采访时员工一同拍照入镜,嘻嘻哈哈的气氛,让人感受到下属们对公司很有归属感。  
谈及对下属的管理,施伟平说:“我不把他们当小孩子来管教,我常灌输他们,身为一个大人,要有大人的行为,对工作负责,将分内的事情做好,只要公司业绩做得出色,员工自然会得到应得的回报。”

Source: 
https://www.facebook.com/jbccci
 


Monday, 25 July 2016
Revision in Benefits of SKHPPA
 
Since the Hospitalisation and Surgical Scheme for Foreign Workers (SKHPPA) kicked off in Jan 2011, the benefits of this scheme have remained unchanged. This is all set to change. 

Since 1 January 2016, the government has removed the healthcare subsidy for foreigners. 

This resulted in a revision in the room and board under the Schedule of Benefits of SKHPPA to a maximum of RM160 per day. 
In addition, with effect from 1 August 2016, the Overall Annual Limit of SKHPPA shall be increased from RM10,000 to RM20,000 per worker per year. This shall apply to new and renewal policies with effective date on or after 1 August 2016. 

With these changes, the annual premium per worker remains at RM120. We are in the process of updating these changes in our market collaterals and systems. For more details of the government hospitals' treatment charges for foreigners, you may refer to the website http://www.moh.gov.my/index.php/pages/view/163 

Please download the PDF for Schedule of Benefits (any one disability)
Agensi-Perkerjaan-Shaveh-Revision-in-Benefits-of-SKHPPA.PDF

TAGS / KEYWORDS:
SKHPPA, healthcare subsidy, foreigners treatment


Source: 
MSIG Insurance Malaysia Berhad
 


 Tuesday, 19 July 2016
 Job insurance scheme on the cards to protect workers
 
SENAI: The Government will introduce the Employment Insurance Scheme (EIS) to offer protection to workers who are retrenched when their employers wind up business.

Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri Richard Riot Jaem said both employees and employers will contribute to the scheme, similar to the contributions made to the Social Security Organisation (Sosco) at present.

He said ministry officials made study visits to Europe, the United States, Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam in 2014 and 2015 on similar schemes implemented in those countries.

"We hope to table the EIS laws in the next Parliament meeting or by early 2017," Riot said in a press conference at the Hari Raya open house at the Southern Region National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health here Wednesday.

He said the ministry had met employers and businesses and the majority had expressed their willingness to participate in the EIS.

Riot said the scheme will involve some 430,000 employers and benefit about 6.5 million workers.

"This scheme will protect local workers in case their employers go out of business," he added.

Riot cited the case of the country's first syariah-complaint airline, RayaniAir, which owed its workers five months of salary when it stopped operations.

He said there is not much that the ministry can do to help retrenched workers get their unpaid salary from their former companies.

Riot added that the workers could take their case to the Industrial Court, but it would be difficult to ask companies that were already declared bankrupt to settle their dues.

TAGS / KEYWORDS:
Richard Riot Jaem , EIS , Malaysia


Source:
http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/07/19/job-insurance-scheme-on-the-cards-to-protect-workers/



 Sunday, 10 July 2016
 Decline in Nepali workers here due to weaker Ringgit
 
KATHMANDU: There has been a decline of Nepali workers arriving in Malaysia due to the weakening Ringgit.

As the number of Nepali migrant workers coming to Malaysia has been decreasing despite rising demand over the last one and half years, there is a fear that employers here could start looking for alternatives to Nepalis.

The decline has been attributed to the weakening of the Ringgit and Nepali employment agencies not sending workers to Malaysia in protest against the “free-visa free-ticket system”.

“A few months ago, there were reports Malaysia would hire Sri Lankans for security guard jobs,” said a Malaysia-based Nepali entrepreneur. “Nepal is on the verge of losing is primacy in Malaysia.”

As of the first 11 months of the fiscal year, a total of 51,484 Nepali workers came to Malaysia, down from 202,828 in the same period last fiscal.

According to the Nepali entrepreneur, there is high demand for Nepali security guards, but companies here are finding it hard to hire Nepalis for the job. As per the Malaysian law, only Malaysian nationals and Nepalis can work as security guards here.

However, due to limited supply of trained security guards from Nepal, Malaysia has been planning to hire workers from other countries like Sri Lanka, local media reported in May, quoting Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed.

Besides the falling Ringgit and Nepali manpower agencies’ protests, the Malaysian government’s decision to suspend the recruitment of new foreign workers a few months ago created a severe shortage of workforce in here. The decision, aimed at cracking down on illegal migrant workers, also affected Nepalis working here.

However, a rehiring programme has been launched to legalise the status of migrant workers staying illegally here and provide them with job opportunities.

Worried employers have urged the government to revoke its decision to stop hiring foreign workers, stating the labour shortage has put their investments at risk.

There are about 30,000 security guards, including Nepalis, working illegally in Malaysia, Datuk Seri Mustapa Ali, president of Securities Services Association of Malaysia, told the local media a week ago.

After the revelation, the Malaysian government has said it will take action against companies hiring illegal security guards and workers. A Malaysian news agency, quoting an official of the Home Ministry, reported the government would take a “decisive step” to solve the issue.

Around 24,000 Nepalis are currently working as security guards in Malaysia, according to the Malaysian Home Ministry. - The Kathmandu Post/ANN

TAGS / KEYWORDS:
Nepal , Ringgit , foreign workers , exchange rate , migrant labour , Malaysia


Source:
http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/07/10/nepali-workers-decline/



Wednesday, 3 February 2016
Good time to legalise illegal workers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) has suggested that illegal foreign workers be allowed to work legally by paying the current rate of levy.

Its deputy secretary-general I Tan Sri Teo Chiang Kok said that with an estimated four million illegal foreign workers nationwide, the move to legalise them at the levy of RM1,250 each would raise RM5bil.

“This is the time for us to legalise the illegal workers without disrupting their work or productivity.

Teo said that the RM5bil should be used to fund and train local workers and help automate the industry.

Teo was speaking to reporters after attending an emergency meeting with 54 other local commerce chambers and trade associations at Wisma Chinese Chamber in Jalan Ampang here yesterday.

He said the industry hoped the new levy, which is effective from Monday, was only temporary.

Teo also said the move to legalise the illegal workers must be transparent, efficient and done at reasonable cost.

“It should be handled by the Home Ministry and not outsourced to outsiders,” he said.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced the increase in the foreign workers levy which would bring an additional RM2.5bil to the Government’s coffers.

Those in the manufacturing and construction sectors will have to pay RM2,500, up from RM1,250; services sector, RM2,500 from RM1,850; plantation and agriculture sectors, RM1,500.

The levy for domestic workers remained at RM410.

TAGS / KEYWORDS:
Government , Foreign worker , levy


Source:
http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2016/02/03/good-time-to-legalise-illegal-workers-commerce-body-says-move-can-rake-in-rm5bil-for-government/




Saturday, 28 November 2015
KDN Siasat Dakwaan MYEG Lantik Ejen Daftar Pekerja Asing

CYBERJAYA: Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) sedang menyiasat dakwaan syarikat MYEG Services Berhad atau 
pegawainya melantik ejen untuk pendaftaran atau pembaharuan Pas Lawatan Kerja Sementara (PLKS) pekerja asing, kata Timbalan Menterinya 
Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed.

Beliau berkata terdapat aduan bahawa MYEG yang merupakan syarikat tunggal melaksanakan pendaftaran PLKS secara atas talian, 
telah melanggar syarat yang menetapkan syarikat itu tidak boleh melantik mana-mana ejen luar untuk tujuan tersebut.

"KDN sedang siasat MYEG atau pegawainya jika terlibat, sebab kita terima banyak laporan bahawa syarikat itu melantik ejen untuk daftar 
pekerja asing. "Jika benar tindakan mereka ini, ia boleh menyulitkan kerja-kerja Jabatan Imigresen dalam mengawal kemasukan pekerja asing," kata Nur Jazlan.

Baca lagi di http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/kdn-siasat-dakwaan-myeg-lantik-ejen-daftar-pekerja-asing-82865
November 28, 2015

CYBERJAYA: Kementerian Dalam Negeri (KDN) sedang menyiasat dakwaan syarikat MYEG Services Berhad atau 
pegawainya melantik ejen untuk pendaftaran atau pembaharuan Pas Lawatan Kerja Sementara (PLKS) pekerja asing, kata Timbalan Menterinya 
Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed.

Beliau berkata terdapat aduan bahawa MYEG yang merupakan syarikat tunggal melaksanakan pendaftaran PLKS secara atas talian, 
telah melanggar syarat yang menetapkan syarikat itu tidak boleh melantik mana-mana ejen luar untuk tujuan tersebut.

"KDN sedang siasat MYEG atau pegawainya jika terlibat, sebab kita terima banyak laporan bahawa syarikat itu melantik ejen untuk daftar 
pekerja asing. "Jika benar tindakan mereka ini, ia boleh menyulitkan kerja-kerja Jabatan Imigresen dalam mengawal kemasukan pekerja asing," kata Nur Jazlan.

Baca lagi di http://www.astroawani.com/berita-malaysia/kdn-siasat-dakwaan-myeg-lantik-ejen-daftar-pekerja-asing-82865



Monday, 6 July 2015
Nepal Zero-Cost Into Effect

Nepal has stopped issuing labour permits to those migrant workers whose air tickets and visa fees are not borne by their employers. 

Manpower agents have vehemently criticised the policy, saying it is not practically possible . They also say Bangladeshi migrant workers might grab all job opportunities in Malaysia and the Gulf if Nepal does not give up its new policy.

On Monday, dozens of manpower agents reached the Tahachal office of the Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE) to seek labour permits for their clients. But no one could get labour permits for their clients because they did not have letters written by employers committing to provide air tickets and visa fees.


Read more at
http://www.nepalitimes.com/blogs/thebrief/2015/07/06/zero-cost-into-effect/