The Government hopes that the ruling will help to solve the shortage of migrant workers in the country.
The word "strange" does not even begin to describe half the things some of these job seekers do.
Positive times ahead for job seekers as a majority of Malaysian employers indicate their intention to recruit for new roles this year.
Top Chinese talent used to prefer furthering their careers at multinationals than at homegrown companies. But a new Bain & Company report found that this is all changing.
The annual Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) evaluates how nations grow, entice and retain talent.
The new ruling, which legally requires all employers recruiting foreign workers to now pay for the hiring levy themselves, will place an annual financial burden of RM2 billion on Malaysian contractors.