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The Department of Labour Peninsular Malaysia, Ministry of Human Resources has issued Agensi Pekerjaan MY EG Jobs (MYEGJOBS), sub-subsidiary of MY E.G. Services’ (MYEG), a licence to conduct matters relating to private employment agencies.
The licence will allow MYEGJOBS (formerly known as MY EG Jobs) to carry out recruitment activities for a job seeker within and outside Malaysia and a non-citizen employee within Malaysia, MYEG said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.
The licence, is valid for 24 months (from 1 September 2018 to 31 August 2020) and is in line with the recent launch of the job matching and placement service to match Malaysian employers with foreign workers, MYEG noted.
“The licence and the job matching and placement service are expected to contribute positively to the group,” it added.
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