This guide contains practical steps and considerations for the responsible recruitment and supply of workers during Covid-19 for use by employers and labour providers/recruiters in global supply chains. Particularly relevant for essential sectors where recruitment is ongoing, such as food, agriculture and healthcare, as well as other sectors that are considering the impact of reduced hours/lay-offs and where some recruitment may be recommencing as restrictive measures begin to loosen.

Practical guide to responsible recruitment during and coming out of Covid-19 DOWNLOAD

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