Labour solutions for the private sector

Businesses are in constant need of optimizing labour solutions, both by maximizing the potential of their workers and by recruiting the best candidates from across the globe.

We support you in identifying fitting labour supply markets, establishing skills testing schemes and creating international recruitment corridors.

Our team helps you to navigate the recruitment market at home and abroad and identifies local partners in a way that is legally compliant, ethical and cost-efficient.

We assess the workflow and occupational requirements of your business to develop skills testing schemes using screening techniques to evaluate candidates’ hard skills, personal attitudes and communication skills.

We select reliable local recruiters, training institutes and testing centres based on our network of associates across the globe. We help you to navigate the legal and regulatory systems in foreign markets.

We set up transnational training and re-training schemes. Our approach includes pre-recruitment training and testing, as well as on-the-job training of competences that are best acquired in the enterprise.

Related countries:

  • Hungary
  • Guinea
  • Morocco
  • Thailand

Our projects in the category

Government of Thailand 2018 - 2019
Labour and Skills Needs Assessment of migrant workers Labour and Skills Needs Assessment of migrant workers. Developed a model for ASEAN member countries to estimate sectoral needs of migrant workers in key occupational profiles, based on forecasting exercises of labour needs in the elderly care sector and the fisheries sectors, linked to recommendations for Thailand's migration policy and the TVET system.
IOM 2018 - 2019
IOM's flagship handbook on the reintegration of return migrants Authoring IOM's flagship Handbook on the reintegration of return migrants. Provide practical guidance to government authorities, International Organizations and NGOs on the design, implementation and monitoring of reintegration assistance. Development of handbook components on economic and structural interventions, including chapters on labour market assessments, targeting skills interventions to sectoral needs and developing skills-sensitive regular migration corridors