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Benefits package in Kuala Lumpur


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Employees accept job offers not only upon the salary, but also on the benefits that accompany many positions. Employee benefits are a "job perk" that may convince a potential employee to join a specific company. Evaluate what benefits are valuable to you when looking for a package.

If you are traveling abroad with your company, you may be offered other incentives to help ease the transition. The most common benefit is an increase in salary, but may also include:

  • Relocation assistance (financial compensation for selling your house, relocating, buying a new house, etc.)
  • Travel incentives (flights for visiting family/friends or flights back home)
  • Job search support for partners
  • Health Insurance
  • Education assistance (for example, to the international schools in Malaysia)
  • Cost of living adjustments to your salary

For more information, check out our article on expat package compensation.

Update 3/06/2015



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