Malaysia appoints Synerflux to recruit workers from Bangladesh; rights groups say the decision will lead to monopoly
Malaysia has appointed a private company to manage recruitment of Bangladeshi workers under the new G2G Plus system, despite rights groups’ fears that the appointment of a single company will lead to monopoly.
The Malaysian company — Synerflux Sdn Bhd — that got the job is owned by former Malaysian home minister Azmi Khalid and Bangladesh origin Malaysian resident Aminul Islam, a competent source said.
Malaysia wants to implement a fully online system known as Bangladeshi Workers Management System (BWMS). For this, Synerflux will be the “sole and exclusive entity” that will develop, maintain and manage the system. Continue reading