We only match you to high-quality
Worker-candidates who fit your exact household
needs, and provide you with a seamless hiring
experience including full cost disclosure with
no hidden fees — every time.
We give you a greater peace of mind by ensuring
Pinkcollar's compliance with Malaysian and
Philippine government labour codes and
We are always ready to assist you with aftercare
resources and guidance on anything
I am 29 years old and have been happily
for 7 years with two children. I previously
worked as a Worker in Kuwait from November
to February 2017, and completed my first
BSc Economics before leaving school to
a single-income parent, I want to work
provide for my family.
I am 30 years old. I am a flexible and
person at work, and fun to be around! I
worked in Malaysia for two years, and have
specialised training in nursing care for
and children. My motivation to work abroad
help support my parents in the Philippines.
my Sundays off, I attend church and take
in Basic Nursing Home Care.
I am a hardworking, trustworthy, friendly,
learning and creative individual with a
attitude. I am a God-fearing person. I have
completed trainings on Family Health Care
Mothers and Children, and courses in Basic
Nursing Home Care and Physiotherapy. My
include reading magazines, surfing the net
cooking. Childcare is my passion!
I am a certified caregiver, including a lot
personal experience in newborn care and
childcare since I have six children of my
run a small ice-cream business in my
I'm a great cook! I have four beautiful
aged 14, 8, 4 and 1 - I want to work for
Founded in November 2017, Pinkcollar is a social
business born out of the desire to eliminate worker
exploitation and modern slavery issues plaguing
Southeast Asia’s domestic work sector. We’re building a
fair, safe and humane way to recruit foreign domestic
workers in Malaysia, while providing employers with a
transparent and accountable service they can trust.
For the most part, Pinkcollar’s founders were raised by
the very women who sacrificed so much of their lives to
work with our families, often in place of being with
their own. We believe that better protection for
domestic workers is long overdue; they deserve
safeguarded work benefits, not fictive kinship and the
promise of being treated ‘like family.’ To us,
empowering this demographic starts from recognising the
formal value of their work.
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