Penggunaan System ‘Kepala Asing’ Dalam Industry Pembinaan

Anas, Shahrul Azmizi (2007) Penggunaan System ‘Kepala Asing’ Dalam Industry Pembinaan. Other thesis, University Technology Malaysia.


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Construction industry is one of the most important industries to a development country. The numerous of labor employed in construction industry is deniable. This is due to the fact that all construction labors are known as the main activator for country development. Unfortunately what is happening now is that Malaysia is lack of manpower especially in construction industry. Additionally, based in analysis had founded that Malaysia’s output/economic are more depends on the foreign labors. Impact of lack of involvement by the local labor had gives some advantage and one step ahead to foreign workers in providing their own services and expertise which also known as “kepala” services. The existence of “kepala asing” system had indirectly inviting several of problems toward the construction industry which are such as an increasing of unemployment among the local citizen; communication problem plus skills and expertise which happened to be flow out of country. This research is done due to obtain an implication of the used of this ‘kepala asing’ system in construction industry. 30 questionnaires were distributed to respondents who are among contractors especially for those who are using the ‘kepala asing’ services in labor recruitment process. Based on analysis result, can be seen that in reality, the used of ‘kepala asing’ system had accepted by contractors especially in ensuring that their construction process and progress is smooth and diligently. However, a serious action must be taken by the government. This is due to ensure that the involvement from the local citizen is still needed especially in construction industry.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: T Technology > TH Building construction
Divisions: Faculty of Built Environment > Construction
Depositing User: FAB IR Admin
Date Deposited: 24 Jun 2013 05:41
Last Modified: 24 Jun 2013 05:41

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