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Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial

Menara PERKESO,

281, Jalan Ampang,

50538, Kuala Lumpur

Customer Service : 1300-22-8000

Fax : 03 - 4256 7798

SMS : PERKESO ADUAN  

[No. I/C] [your complaint] 

send to 15888

 

Working Hours
8.00 AM - 5.00 PM (Monday-Friday)

 

 

 
 

Types of Benefits

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The Employment Insurance System Office offers two kinds of benefits, namely monetary benefits and job search assistance.
The 5 types of monetary benefits are:

1. Job Search Allowance (JSA)

  • A financial allowance for those who have lost their one and only job
  • Successful applications will be paid a monthly allowance for a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 6 months at the rates in Table 1. Payment rates will be based on the Assumed Monthly Wages in Table 2.
  • The duration of the allowance will be calculated based on the applicant’s Contributions Qualifying Conditions (CQC). CQC requirements can be found in Table 3.
  • After receiving the first installment of their allowance, applications are required to prove that they are actively seeking jobs to receive subsequent installments.

 

2. Reduced Income Allowance (RIA)

  • A financial allowance for those who have multiple jobs and have lost at least one, but not all, of their jobs
  • Payment rates and the duration of payment are the same as that of JSA
  • Paid in a lump sum

 

3. Training Fee (TF)

  • Vocational training for successful applicants
  • Training fees will be paid directly to training service providers
  • Successful applicants may receive up to 6 months of training at a maximum cost of RM4000

 

4. Training Allowance (TA)

  • A financial incentive paid to training recipients to encourage them to attend all their training sessions
  • Paid monthly (up to 6 months) at a rate of RM10 (minimum) - RM20 (maximum) per training day based on the applicant’s Monthly Assumed Wages
  • Training recipients must prove that they have attended all training sessions to receive TA

 

5. Early Re-Employment Allowance (ERA)

  • A financial incentive paid to JSA recipients who manage to return to work when they are still receiving their allowance
  • It is worth 25% of the money that the recipient is entitled to but has not yet received
  • Successful applicants will be paid in a lump sum

The Employment Insurance System Office also provides 2 kinds of job search assistance, namely:
1. Re-Employment Placement Program

  • Insured Persons who are registered with the Re-Employment Placement Program will receive one-on-one support from a SOCSO Employment Services Officer.

 

2. Career Counseling

  • A counseling service by SOCSO Employment Services Officers that aims to identify problems, such as a skills gap, that Insured Persons may face when deciding on a future career.

 

 

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