The big foreign workers job scam is exposed with revelations that Nepali guards had to fork out RM4.400 to land a job at Ikea Malaysia.
Reports from the Financial Times now say that IKEA in Malaysia has cut ties with a security guard provider after it violated the retailer’s policies. The furniture maker says it launched a probe, following claims that Nepali guards had to fork out RM4,400 in recruitment fees to get their jobs.
Ikea found that multiple layers of subagents were involved in the process in rural villages in Nepal. The investigations have prompted Ikano to hire a new supplier and reported the incident to local authorities as well as the Nepalese embassy.
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