COVID-19 IN MALAYSIA: PROTECTION OF MIGRANT WORKERS IN THIS PANDEMIC SITUATION
Covid-19 Pandemic is an alarming situation of the job market, especially for migrant workers in the world. The country Malaysia already is suffering critical condition in terms of facing coronavirus as well as migrant workers joblessness extremely. Migrant workers have contributed enormously for the rapid development of this country. During lockdown for this pandemic, the worst thing is companies are terminating the employment contract with foreign workers without any prior notice. This article will find out problems migrant workers are facing during the covid-19 pandemic in Malaysia and their protection by the government and other institutions based on secondary data collection.
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