Operation Workflow

Step 1: Receive a request for new employees

This step can be initiated by the company’s HR department, a manager, or another stakeholder. The request should specify the number of employees needed, the skills and experience required, and the location of the job.

Step 2: Select candidates for the open positions

The company can use a variety of methods to select candidates, such as online job postings, referrals, or headhunters. The selection process should be fair and objective, and it should be designed to identify the best candidates for the job.

Step 3: Verify documentation and complete the hiring process

Once the candidates have been selected, the company will need to verify their documentation and complete the hiring process. This may involve obtaining a visa, providing a background check, and issuing a job offer. The company should also make sure that the candidates are authorized to work in the country.

Step 4: Arrange for mobilization and logistics

If the candidate accepts the job offer, the company will need to arrange for their mobilization and logistics. This may include booking flights, arranging accommodation, and providing transportation. The company should also make sure that the candidate has all the necessary paperwork, such as a visa and a work permit.

Step 5: Complete the MISA process

The MISA process (Manpower Importation Service Agreement) is a government-approved process that ensures that the company is complying with all immigration regulations. The company will need to submit the necessary paperwork to the government and pay the required fees.

Step 6: Check the candidate’s visa and start the new job

Once the candidate has arrived at the company’s location, they will need to complete the MISA process. The company will also need to check the candidate’s visa and ensure that they are authorized to work in the country. Once this is complete, the employee can start their new job.

Operation flow chart.

The timeline shows the estimated number of days required to complete each step in the recruitment process.

The steps are as follows:

  1. Pre-Selection and Screening of Applicants: This step involves screening the applicants’ resumes and conducting preliminary interviews. It is estimated to take 2 days to complete.
  2. Final Interview / Selection by Clients: This step involves the clients interviewing the shortlisted candidates and making a final selection. It is estimated to take 1 day to complete.
  3. Skilled Trade Test (If Required): This step is only required for certain positions that require specific skills or experience. It is estimated to take 1 day to complete.
  4. Documentation: This step involves collecting the necessary documentation from the selected candidate, such as a visa, work permit, and background check. It is estimated to take 10 days to complete.
  5. Workers Welfare Administration: This step involves registering the employee with the Workers Welfare Administration. It is estimated to take 7 days to complete.
  6. Document Processing: This step involves processing the necessary documents, such as the visa and work permit. It is estimated to take 7 days to complete.
  7. Deployment: This step involves deploying the employee to the job location. It is estimated to take 1 day to complete.

The total number of days required to complete the recruitment process is 29 days.