OLS witnesses surge in recruitment orders
Overseas Labour Supply witnessed a surge in orders from various UAE clients during the first 30 days of 2016
Overseas Labour Supply (OLS) witnessed a surge in orders for overseas recruitment from various reputed UAE clients during January.
Al Shafar Group, Al Moosa Pioneer, Al Barari Group, Al Jihan Gulf, Shapoorji Pallonji Qatar and Cleveland Bridge among others - entrusted OLS for recruiting hundrds of new employees from varied nations including India, Pakistan, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
As we draw closer to the 2020 Expo the companies building the required infrastructure are now hurrying to have their workforce in place for projects to be completed well in time.
Following the new Labour Ministry procedures introduced this year all Employment Offer Letters are generated by the Ministry upon receiving visa applications from potential employers, and these Offer Letters are required to be signed and thumb printed by the employees before their visas can be processed.
This has a significant overall positive effect in making the recruitment completely transparent in terms of salary and employment terms being offered to the employee and does away with any chance of any contract duplication after the arrival of the employee in the UAE.
OLS also has put mechanisms in place to assist employers complete the required recruitment formalities of the Governments of the nations where the workforce is being recruited from, making it a smooth and convenient process for employers to hire new workers from countries of their choice.
Employers have the opportunity of personally selecting the workers by conducting interviews and practical tests of the candidates which OLS has in put in place at all their overseas facilities, resulting in well experienced tradesmen being hired for delivering quality construction projects,