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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Manpower - Supply of Labour
Nepal has roughly half the land area of Malaysia but has almost an equal population. There is therefore a surplus human resource in the country. The population of the youth is active and eager to go on foreign employment to supplement their income and to acquire new skills. The loyalty, hard work and dedication of the Nepalese workers is well-known since early times. A large number of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled workforce is available for work in all posible areas of economic activities.
Nepalese workers have already proved their talents in the manufacturing/farming/service sectors. Nepalese security guards are widely sough after for their loyalty, bravery and honesty.
There are more than 600 manpower agencies in Nepal involved in the supply of labour. All of them are licensed by the Department of Foreign Employment, Government of Nepal which closely monitors and regulates their activities. Once they receive the demands for the manpower from the employers abroad, they do all necessary processing in Nepal and send the required number of workers as stipulated in the demand letters to the needful companies. It is always encouraged that the principal companies themselves put demands directly with the Nepalese manpower agencies. The documents pertaining to the demands for manpower can be attested at the Embassy (copy of complete demand documents can be downloaded from download section). After attestation, it is always encouraged that the principal companies themselves deal directly with the revelant Nepalese Authorities.
Both male and female workers are available for various sectors of the economy. In case of female workers, however, the following criteria should be met before the demand for female workers can be considered.
Professional manpower such as doctors, engineers, nurses, lawyers, accountants, managers etc. is also available in Nepal. For proper match of your demand you can contact the embassy or relevant organizations in Nepal.