Ugandans willing to work in the Middle East as maids will be given free passport and air tickets, Premier Recruitment Ltd managing director Rajiv Ruparelia has revealed.
Rajiv assured Ugandans that they are working with Ugandan embassies in these Middle East countries to screen the foreign recruitment companies they will be working with.
Rajiv together with general manager of Premier Recruitment, Ms Kanak Shah, met Mr. Emmanuel Olobo, head administrative, consular & labour affairs, Uganda Embassy, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to guarantee safety of Ugandan workers.
“We want to make sure we vet and screen all companies we work with abroad who will employ our Ugandans. As a special, we are recruiting house maids aged 21 to 38 years who will be given free passport and air tickets,”
The maids will be getting a monthly salary of $240 per month on a two years contract. "Our company mission is to unite talent with opportunity,” Rajiv said.
Premier Recruitment, a subsidiary of Ruparelia Group, entered into the labor export industry and will be helping Ugandans get good jobs in the Gulf States of Saudi Arabia and Jordan. They will be operating under license number 52 from ministry of labor and social development.
new labor recruitment firm and labor export company will begin its operations by getting 1300 jobs for maids and other domestic workers.“We have finalized all the requirements to export labor from Uganda. We have also secured ourselves a license from the ministry of labor and social development which is number 52,” Rajiv said.
“We call upon all Ugandans especially women to come and apply for these jobs. We are located at Crane Chambers building on the ground floor”, Rajiv added.
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