sort of trade disputes. These two new elements in Malaysian employment will neutralize theimbalance of employment rate and leave an opportunity for Malaysia to concentrate onrejuvenating local employees with updated KSAOs (knowledge, skills, abilities & others) inequipping sophisticated and superior human capital in achieving Malaysian greatest manifestowhich is Vision 2020.
6.0LIMITATION OF THE STUDYOne of the glaring limitations of the study is the lack of available up to date data. As an example,the data on migrant workers in Malaysia were available only from the period of 1992 to 2016. Sothere will be a lack of data whereby further discussion for the recent year between 2017-2019and it cannot be compared accurately. Another limitation is the fact that while there are manyother factors that contribute to unemployment in Malaysia as it is everywhere else, the studyonly used migrant workers as its sole independent variable. Accurate figure on the unemployedMalaysian work force is difficult to obtain due to the scarcity of available records as well asunreported data to the Statistical department of Malaysia.7.0 RECOMMENDATIONS The Independent body which ought to be made-up of various interest parties, NGO andgovernment authority can be established and empowered to invigilate the recruitment processof foreign workers. This independent body can monitor local employers and + of existingBiometric database system is ideal to keep the control on foreign worker in the country. Isshould be made mandatory that all illegal foreign workers must have their fingerprint taken andstored by the Immigration Database for future reference. Thus also to make sure and avoid thegroup of illegal immigrants do no re-enter or leave Malaysia under different names or passport.This effort will keep the follow of foreign workers into the county under control and will onlyincrease or decrease base on market requirement. Vocational schools education system inMalaysia need to be review in terms of delivery skills in order to polish the local skills duringsecondary school level such as welding and wiring. Thus, this will avoid the country fromexcessively depending and relying on foreign workers to practice major jobs involving skills suchas manufacturing, construction and etc. Vocational, or skills-based, education in the countryneed a serious revamp, since it is becoming more important today, with many employersexpecting new employees to have all the practical skills they need to start work. Vocationalcourses are typically more practical and skills-based than academic degrees, but they are oftentaught at higher learning institution in Malaysia rather than preliminary school level. Thereforethe county experiencing drought of skilled workers to fulfill the demanding needs of various job
sectors. Hence the employers in Malaysia forced to rely heavily on labor and skills of foreignworkers to fill in the gap left by the incompetent local workers. Human Resource Ministry should