Premier Recruitment Commits To Decrease Unemployment In Uganda

Some of the first domestic workers who were sent to Saudi Arabia during the training sessions Some of the first domestic workers who were sent to Saudi Arabia during the training sessions

Premier Recruitment has committed its resources to help decrease the high level of Ugandan unemployment by providing opportunities for Ugandans here in Uganda and abroad, Kanak Shah, the Premier Recruitment Ltd, General Manager said in a press statement released last week.

“We are committed to providing a superior level of customer service, compliance, integrity and honesty to both our clients and recruits and those already deployed to the field,” he said, reiterating that the company’s commitment to provide “gainful and dignified employment opportunities” to Ugandans here and abroad.

Premier Recruitment, a subsidiary of Ruparelia Group, last week sent its first batch of 8 Ugandan ladies to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where they will work as domestic workers on a two year contract, 6 months after it entered the private labour recruitment market.

Marley Ritah, the External Recruitment Operations Manager, advised the ladies to continue acting professionally and work hard so as to pave way for more Ugandan recruits. “This being our first batch of recruits in under 6 months since we entered the market, is significant in our history and in the life of these ladies.

This is the first of many, many more to come. We are very proud of this moment and wish all the eight (8) ladies the best of luck in this new chapter of their lives,” said Marley. In Jeddah, they were received by partners and associates of Premier Recruitment, for onward placement at their respective places of work.

Kanak added that all company staff have been trained about the relevant labour laws, so as to be able to “deliver a professional recruitment service” but also keep everyone up-to-date and compliant with “any changes and updates within Employment Law, both here and abroad.”

Premier Recruitment is licensed by Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development for Internal Recruitment and a member of the Uganda Association of External Recruitment Agencies.

Last modified onMonday, 25 February 2019 10:51

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