Khazanah Nasional Short-Term Employment Program or MySTEP 2021 Program is a Government initiative to offer contract employment opportunities across all economic sectors.
Graduates to remain employed under the Host Companies for a minimum duration of 3 months. After that they may leave should they receive better job offer or decide to further their studies.
Mandatory training will be held from 29 March 2021 – 20 April 2021 (subject to change) and training venue will be informed by secretariat through invitation email.
100% attendance is required. However, under valid circumstances, we may allow participants to take leave. For non-valid reasons allowances will be suspended and disciplinary actions will be taken against the graduates.
6 months (1 month training + 5 months OJT). However, after the third month candidates can resign from the Host Companies if they get better job offer or to further their studies.
Not less than 5 working days and need to inform ZOHL Consultancy Sdn Bhd as well. 24-hour notice will result in you having to re-imburse the Government for the whole amount spent on you in this program and further disciplinary actions will be taken against you.
Outstanding Customer Service
Sales and Marketing Fundamentals
Supply Chain Management Best Practice
Introduction to Financial Management
Leadership and Influence
Essentials of Project Management
The candidates need to fill-up the online application form at https://mykerjaya.com/mystep21-job-seeker-registration/ Further enquiries please contact 013.206.1038
The application is opened to all locally registered companies with valid business registrations with Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM).
The registration is FREE.
There is no limit. However, we reserve the rights to evaluate your requirements and recommend accordingly.
No. Host Companies are not required to pay additional allowance to the candidates (except for OT) during this program. However, you are strongly encouraged to offer additional allowance as deemed necessary.
6 months (1 month training + 5 months OJT). However, the Host Companies must release the candidates who are offered permanent jobs elsewhere during OJT period.
Not less than 5 working days.
We prefer Host Companies to provide the PCs. However, Host Companies can request the candidates to bring their own PCs.
No. However, Host Companies must fill up Appendix B (MYSTEP21 Placement Confirmation Form) a copy of which must be returned to us.
We require at least 5 working days for a notice of termination of service. Host Companies are required to inform ZOHL as to the decision in writing.
Yes. Proper written justification for termination is required to be sent to ZOHL. At least 5 working days notice is required.
Yes. However, we recommend that during the interview session the Host Companies highlight the requirements and expectations from the company to the candidates. Mutual agreement in writing is required.
The candidates leave entitlement is per Host Company’s Leave Policy.
It depends on the company’s requirement and instruction. Preferably the assignments are relevant to their field of studies.
Yes. But preferably the Host Companies would assign tasks which are relevant to their field of studies.
No. But we strongly encourage the company to hire them on permanent or contract basis, especially, if their performance is above average.
No. At the end of the program (6 months OJT) the Host Companies need to inform ZOHL on the decisions (absorb/not absorb).
The Host Companies can offer them permanent/contract employment any time after the 6-month OJT period.
Yes. Different batches require a new contract.
No. The Host Companies need to fill up the Appendix A – ( https://mykerjaya.com/mystep21-host-company-registration/ ) and send to ZOHL for processing.
Host company to submit the form to secure the candidates.
Host Company to fill and submit to ZOHL at the end of each month for allowance payment by Khazanah. Late submission will delay the allowance payment to candidates.
Host Company to fill and submit to ZOHL at the end of the 5 month On-Job-Training.