We as a recruiting agency have been grown along with customers steadily over the years. We believe in creating partnerships creates a sustainable relationship on helping our partners to manage their associations in a consistent manner.

Our recruitment agencies in Malaysia have reached out to meet their evolving business needs by tuning into the needs of our customers and helping them to achieve continued success. We are recruiting for workers like Blue-Collar Jobs. 

In view of their extensive knowledge of the industry, our recruitment specialists have been hand-picked and are focused on providing the most outstanding standard of service. Rest ensured we’re not going to compete with quantity consistency. Our partnership with clients and candidates is something we appreciate; the connection we have built therefore empowers us to serve you better. Our objective was not produced overnight, we strive to offer the best and our experience puts us at the core of the organization during the time.

What are Blue-Collar Jobs?

A blue-collar generally refers to jobs that require manual labor or skilled labor. The majority of people who work in blue-collar jobs are from the people who work in skilled or semi-skilled manual or industrial work make up this social community.. 

Local Worker

Foreign Worker

  • Only offers work in these sectors – Manufacturing, Construction, Plantation and Services.
  • We cover EPF, SOCSO, EIS for our local workers.
  • We also cover medical insurance for injuries or surgeries in cases of an accident at work.
  • Only permitted to work in these sectors – Manufacturing, Construction, Plantation and Services.
  • Quota of foreign workers must be obtained by employers/companies from the Ministry of Home Affairs, One Stop Centre (OSC).
  • Age of not less than 18 years and not more than 45 years at the time of application.
  • Certified  PASS for Immigration Security Clearance (ISC) at the source country.
  • Certified as fit and healthy by the approved medical center in the source countries.
  • Not listed as foreign individuals who are prohibited from entering this country under Section 8 (3) of the Immigration Act 1959/1963.