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Since November 2017, Pinkcollar has set out to do one thing: improve recruitment and hiring practices for Malaysia’s domestic work sector.
For as long as we can remember, employers have faced low placement success rates when hiring foreign domestic helpers. Workers are also burdened by recruitment debt, forced labour, and poor management practices, affecting their ability to perform on the job.
As it stands right now, domestic helper recruitment isn’t serving the needs of the employer and worker alike.
We knew we could change things for the better. So we got to work for the next two years to build Pinkcollar Employment Agency: a first-of-its-kind solution for employers looking for a better way to hire domestic workers, and for workers seeking safe and dignified jobs.
Our service promises fairness to everyone involved. Because we only work with ethical partners, employers don’t have to worry about unknowingly contributing to the trafficking of their domestic worker. And because we never charge any fees to workers, they can focus on their jobs without worrying about recruitment debt.
We are Malaysians who were raised by the very women we want to empower. They worked for our families and cared for us in place of being with their own; in their spirit, we want to ensure access to safe migration and dignified work for all current and future domestic workers.
Join us on our journey: drop us a line at email@example.com if you have any thoughts about our work, have ideas for collaboration or if you’d simply like to connect; we always listen!
Pinkcollar is a professional recruitment agency licensed by the Malaysian Labour Department (license no.: JTKSM 684B) and accredited by the Philippine Overseas Labour Administration (partner license: POEA-031-LB-020916-R).
Pinkcollar is also committed to acting ethically, working to the highest professional standards and complying with all applicable laws and regulations. We take a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking and any other illegal or unethical conduct.
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